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Universal Imaging Utility is an excellent utility that could prove invaluable to larger businesses looking to reduce the time required for image creation and deployment. However, the software has limitations, including lack of support for Windows Server installations.
Both Nokia and Google may be putting too much stock in mobile operating systems. It would make a lot more sense to focus on the development of Web standards that could unleash mobile applications.
Our own inaction and laziness has made the diabetes epidemic what it is. Our choices will determine how much worse it gets.
According to a virtual teardown by iSuppli, the iPhone 3G costs 23% less to build than the original 8GB iPhone.
As regular readers know, I spend more time on my mobile phones than I do on a PC or notebook computer so being able to use my devices without connecting them to a computer is important to me. In the past, I have always had to make sure I had a Windows PC around to update my Windows Mobile or Nokia phones, but today that has changed. As presented on the All About Symbian website, Nokia now lets you download and update your device without ever connecting it to a PC. I followed the instructions for the Nokia N78 I am evaluating and even just connected via my T-Mobile EDGE connection.
No, it's not quite like the "cone of silence" thing in Get Smart -- hell, it probably costs more -- but it's certainly in the same vein.In this week's offbeat news, the Ovei isolation pod, reportedly launched this week in the UK, will let you scream how "so happy!
A number of NHS health trusts are expected to be months late in meeting a target to encrypt all data on non-secure machines
There is no standard that will tell hospitals what frequencies the tags are using. Thus they can't tell when the frequencies being used by the tags might interfere with other gear.
IONA to become subsidiary of Progress Software
As we all know, information technology is both a culprit and a hero when it comes to carbon emissions. Various research companies estimate that information and communications technologies contribute about 2 percent of the global carbon footprint, and the larger IT companies have been falling all over each other to address their own profile.
You've heard it all before -- the bell tolls for Windows XP. The governor isn't calling to give it a reprieve -- Microsoft is officially declaring it end of life for system OEMs on June 30.
A recent AU$25 million lifeline to the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) last month saved its AU$496 million tech overhaul from tanking, according to DIAC CIO Bob Correll.
The Roku Netflix Player is a small set top box that delivers streaming video over the Internet into your living room in a manner so easy even your grandparents could understand it. We find out what makes it tick in this TechRepublic Cracking Open Photo Gallery.
The post on Apple's Grand Central multicore support in OS X.vi had some commenters claiming that Microsoft had already solved the multicore software problem.
Bill Gates is arguably the individual who has had the biggest impact on the world of technology and his departure from Microsoft on 27 June will mark the end of an era.
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