Say hello to PDF sharing, picture tools and custom font support in Word for iPad versions 1.1. Excel and PowerPoint for iPad also received new features in version 1.1. Here's what you need to know.
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The first day of Nvidia's annual GPU Technology Conference delivered with updated roadmaps for its graphics processors and Tegra mobile chips, the company's first server appliance, and a “tiny, little computer” called Kayla among lots of other news.
BlackBerry has released a fix for a flaw that can be exploited without any user interaction.
The upcoming version of Office will fully support Strict Open XML and Open Document Format (ODF) 1.2, while Word 2013 will also be able to open and edit PDF files
Graphics processing units will become more commonplace in future supercomputers as more vendors and users see the value of heterogeneous computing such as better performance and energy efficiency.
Enterprises utilizing high-performance computing should look at squeezing out more compute power from existing infrastructure and not depend solely on Moore's Law-driven innovations, analysts say.
A newly discovered Mac vulnerability disguises itself as a PDF to trick users into opening it, which installs an Apache server on your Mac. Luckily it hasn't been weaponized. Yet.
Research In Motion has patched five critical flaws in the way BlackBerry Enterprise Server handles .png and .tiff images, which could lead to attacks via an embedded photo
Semicon rivals see slight shift in market share last quarter while both companies' push for integrated graphics processors drives share of new platforms, finds new report.
Oracle has filed a motion (PDF download) opposing H-P's request to seal records. It starts:"This case is an abuse of the judicial process—a publicity stunt in a broader campaign to lay the blame on Oracle for the disruption that will occur when HP’s Itanium-based server business inevitably comes to an end.
As word swirls of an imminent Microsoft management shake-up around the Server and Tools Business, I've been wondering about what's happening on the Interactive Entertainment Business (IEB) side of the Microsoft house.
Research in Motion (RIM) has acknowledged a critical security flaw in the way its BlackBerry Enterprise Server processes PDF files.
Programming challenges will limit use of graphics processors in enterprise servers in near future, say industry players who add that GPUs are finding its niche in high-performance computing.
Apple is getting out of the server business - no, don't act surprised: it's been selling servers since 2002. But after eight years trying -- well, not actually trying very hard -- to sell the rack-mounted Xserve, it's quietly announced [PDF] that, after 31 January 2011, it will no longer sell them.
Chipmaker's Fusion platform will remove need for developers to choose between building for mass market integrated graphics or higher-end graphics processors, reveal company execs, who acknowledge "misstep" that allowed Intel to grab market share.
The company has sandboxed the PDF Reader to stop malicious hackers from exploiting potential weaknesses in the software, as well as adding new online services and announcing the upcoming launch of Windows Phone 7 and BlackBerry 6 apps
A serious security flaw in the way Research in Motion's BlackBerry Enterprise Server processes PDF files could expose businesses to remote code execution attacks
Xerox has announced new tools for those who want to print documents from their mobile phones or other email-enabled devices.The company's Mobile Print Solution (XMPS), which will become generally available in early 2011, will let people securely email their files, such as Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF files, to their firm's private server, from which XMPS will send a confirmation code back to the user.
At the Worldwide Partner Conference this week, I had a chance to ask Guy Haycock, Senior Product Planner for Windows Server Solution Marketing, some of the many questions that both my readers and I have had about "Aurora" and Small Business Server (SBS) ever since word of Aurora's existence leaked earlier this year.
Recosoft this week released Version 5 of PDF2Office Professional, software that turns PDF files into formatted Microsoft Office files, including Excel, Word and PowerPoint. The update supports Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard and offers more than 100 new features, the company said.
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