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NSA Launches Infrastructure Cybersecurity Program
The "Perfect Citizen" program will seek to help mitigate cyber attacks on critical infrastructure like power plants, air traffic control systems and the electrical grid.
• White House Releases Draft Digital Identity Strategy
• There's No (New) Internet Kill Switch
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ReviewCam: Service-now's IT Management In The Cloud
Service-now.com has a SaaS model for IT Service Management, and it's aiming at some pretty big players. The company is growing its customer list fast, and it's not hard to see why.
Google Street View Cars Return Next Week
There will be no more WiFi data collection, but watch out for the lasers.
Seven Questions For Oracle On Exadata
Oracle and IBM trade claims while independents lead the big-data revolution.
Bing Search Share Up 88% Since Launch
Microsoft slowly but surely starting to eat into Google's dominant position in U.S. search market.
Phishing, Spam Containing Malware Increase
Spammers seeking to rebuild botnets after legal actions shut down several zombie networks are driving a surge in malware-containing spam according toe Symantec.
Five Friday Phone Features
American Eagle is giving away smartphones, Trillian aims for Android, T-Mobile drops the Garminphone's price, Motorola's BackFlip gets an update, and living wallpaper goes digital.
iPad, Tablet To Cannibalize Notebook, Netbook Sales
HP may emerge as the number two player behind Apple in the rapidly accelerating tablet computer market, according to Barclays Capital.
iPhone iBreathe App Helps Military Personnel Relax
The Department of Defense created app will guide users through a deep-breathing exercise to cope with stress.
Google's Internet License Renewed In China
China and Google appear to be headed toward a rapprochement.
Social Networking: Keeping It Real
By George Hulme
Another demonstration on the security and privacy implications of using social networking sites reveals their real weakness. And I say: so what.
Windows Phone 7 Coming Sooner Rather Than Later?
By Ed Hansberry
Microsoft has announced that their new mobile platform will be in consumer's hands by the holiday season. There are some speculating that the holiday might be as soon as Labor Day, or even sooner.
Just Make It Sound Good
By Dave Methvin
People love a good rumor. Since we're in the technology business, juicy stories about Lindsay Lohan, LeBron James, or Lady Ga Ga don't quite fit in. That doesn't stop some tech stories from repeating things that seem just as crazy, and are totally unsupported by any facts.
UK National Health Service Sees Savings In The Cloud
By Charles Babcock
The National Health Service in Britain isn't universally admired for its IT efficiency. But Miles Gray, the urbane hardware solutions architect for the NHS, said at the Cloud Computing World Forum in London that if carefully implemented, the cloud can help the service gain effectiveness and save expenses.
Connection Manager Helps Find Inexpensive 3G
By Jake Widman
Nova Media's Launch2Net Premium helps the Mac-using business traveler find a prepaid 3G connection in other countries, which can save lots of money over roaming fees.
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