TODAY'S TOP STORYApple Web App Slowdown Prompts Conspiracy TheoriesSome developers fear Apple is deliberately crippling Web apps, but others attribute the issue to technical and security problems.
• iSpeech Drives Application to iPhone
• Apple Ends In-App Purchase Grace Period
• Apple's App Rules Prompt Charges Of 'Greed'
Adobe Warns Of Active Flash Attack
The critical, zero-day vulnerability affects most recent versions of Flash, Reader, and Acrobat, although apparently not Reader X on Windows.
HP Goes All In On The Cloud
CEO Leo Apotheker details the company's plans to offer data synching, security, and other services that work from the end user device to the data center.
Global CIO: My Farewell Column: 10 Big Things For CIOs To Think About
Your humble columnist says goodbye and thanks, and poses 10 big questions today's CIOs need to answer.
AMD Chips Boost Online Graphics In IE9
GPUs and APUs feature built-in compatibility with new Microsoft browser's support for client-side hardware acceleration.
Twitter Finalizes FTC Security Settlement
The microblogging company agrees to a biannual external audit of its security posture for the next 10 years.
Is There Enough Software To Knit HP's Strategy Together?
The short answer is no, but with a few deeper partnerships and key acquisitions, it could become much more than the sum of its parts.
DHS Seeks Cybersecurity Help from Engineers, Scientists
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said the agency wants to collaborate with experts in various fields to help it tackle security and managing the flow of information.
LinkedIn Cites China Censorship As IPO Risk
The business social networking site said the company's value could be hurt by a ban in China. It also reported revenue of $243 million in 2010.
OnCallData Adds Mobile Devices To E-Prescribing Portal
Healthcare providers can use iPads, iPhones, BlackBerrys, and Android devices to submit prescription orders to pharmacies, check for potential medication interactions, and verify patient eligibility.
Apple Postpones Japan iPad Launch
The scheduled launch of the iPad 2 in Japan has been put on hold because of the earthquake and subsequent tsunami. In the U.S., the Apple iPad 2 continues to be difficult to obtain and online shipping times now extend to five weeks.
FEATURED BLOGStorage Performance Challenges In Virtualized Environments
By George Crump
The storage infrastructure that supports a virtualized server environment can quickly become a roadblock to expansion. As the project grows, server virtualization places new performance and scaling demands on storage that many IT professionals have not had to deal with in the past. In this entry we will cover some of the causes of the problems and in upcoming entries we will discuss how to overcome those problems.
And Then There Were Three?
By Ed Hansberry
In the US, most cell phone users are with one of the big four networks - Verizon, AT&T, Sprint or T-Mobile. Rumors have been around for years that T-Mobile and Sprint may get together but nothing has come of it. A marriage of the two though may be on the horizon.
iSpeech Drives Application to iPhone
By Paul Korzeniowski
The phone rings while you are speeding down the highway at 50 mph. Answering the call can be difficult and even illegal in some cases, such as returning a text. In response to such scenarios, iSpeech developed DriveSafe.ly, which now runs on the Apple iPhone.
Sizing Up Your E-Storefront
By Michele Pepe-Warren
Even if you're a bricks-and-mortar operation, your website is a "storefront," so make sure it looks good and gives users everything they need without having to dig. Is your site as good as it can be?
Still Some Flaws In The Ink Refill System
By Lamont Wood
The mystery of why refill ink is hard to use leads to the mystery of what the vendors are thinking.