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Web Services News Archives, September 2011


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Sep. 28, 2011:
Amazon embarks on the tablet bandwagon big time

Sep. 28, 2011:
LibreOffice celebrates its first birthday today

Sep. 28, 2011:
Mozilla's new Firefox 7 takes a lot less memory

Sep. 28, 2011:
New flash RAM that takes 99 percent less energy

Sep. 27, 2011:
Toshiba launches its new Canvio 3.0 drives

Sep. 27, 2011:
SSL encryption technology needs to be redesigned from the ground up

Sep. 26, 2011:
The U.S. DoD recently created its LPS Linux distro

Sep. 25, 2011:
Will the White Space Protocol work with M2M apps?

Sep. 25, 2011:
The supercomputing community gathers in Seattle for SC11

Sep. 23, 2011:
OCZ launches its new Synapse Cache SSD

Sep. 23, 2011:
The University of Sydney holds its first official hackathon

Sep. 23, 2011:
Apple sued for iPhone and iPad patent infringement

Sep. 22, 2011:
HP fires Apotheker, replaces him with Meg Whitman

Sep. 22, 2011:
Red Hat's Q2 revenue up 28 percent year-over-year

Sep. 21, 2011:
Android and Linux could actually make money for Microsoft

Sep. 21, 2011:
Will Windows 8 PCs boot Linux? Doesn't look like it

Sep. 21, 2011:
Oracle sales up 12 percent in Q1 but server sales down

Sep. 20, 2011:
Will Dell sell more PCs now that HP is out of the game?

Sep. 20, 2011:
Visa joins MasterCard, selects Google Wallet as well

Sep. 19, 2011:
Oracle breaks tradition, rushes out new Apache DDoS security update

Sep. 19, 2011:
Samsung places all chances on its side, just in case

Sep. 19, 2011:
Intel needs to work more on its new 710 SSD

Sep. 19, 2011:
Microsoft's IE 10 won't support Flash anymore

Sep. 17, 2011:
AMD explains why its new Bulldozer-based FX CPU is so fast

Sep. 16, 2011:
Microsoft's long duopoly with Intel comes to an end

Sep. 16, 2011:
Wireless technology increasingly getting more complex

Sep. 16, 2011:
NFC-enabled BlackBerrys can now open electronic locks and security devices

Sep. 16, 2011:
SK Telecom to launch new NFC-capable SIM card in October

Sep. 15, 2011:
LightSquared has found a solution to its numerous GPS interference issues?

Sep. 15, 2011:
NIC, say hello to VEB (Virtual Ethernet Bridging)

Sep. 15, 2011:
Android malware threats could soon increase by a factor of 60

Sep. 14, 2011:
Sybase to cooperate more with mobile app developers

Sep. 14, 2011:
Moore’s Law doesn't work in the case of transistors

Sep. 14, 2011:
Intel to launch its E5 Sandy Bridge server CPUs in 2012

Sep. 13, 2011:
SAP will pay Oracle $20 million for its illegal software downloading

Sep. 13, 2011:
AT&T has filed a response to the DoJ's lawsuit

Sep. 13, 2011:
AMD has built the fastest CPU, for now

Sep. 13, 2011:
Is it time for Cisco's CEO John Chambers to move on?

Sep. 12, 2011:
eCommerce managers a bit optimistic about Holiday sales

Sep. 12, 2011:
Your next laptop battery could be made of jelly?

Sep. 12, 2011:
Microsoft accidently offers an early view at its September security patches

Sep. 11, 2011:
The Linux Foundation victims of a cyber attack

Sep. 10, 2011:
ExaGrid's EX-1300E voted best dedupe appliance

Sep. 10, 2011:
IBM happy of the final passage of the new patent reform law

Sep. 9, 2011:
IBM nixes its DCS9900 program, replaces it with NetApp Engenio

Sep. 9, 2011:
Windows 8 to feature Hyper-V virtualization functionality

Sep. 8, 2011:
Hard drive sales up 4 percent in the 2nd quarter

Sep. 8, 2011:
Mobile world, now welcome the QR Code

Sep. 6, 2011:
The Machine to Machine (M2M) market looks very promising

Sep. 6, 2011:
The transition to LTE and 4G will be costly for wireless carriers

Sep. 5, 2011:
IDC: Netapp and Dell losing market share

Sep. 2, 2011:
Ubuntu getting ready to ship its first Cloud solution

Sep. 2, 2011:
IBM builds a 120 petabyte 200,000-disk storage array


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