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Web Services News Archives, September 2012


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Sep. 27, 2012
Apple and Samsung push smaller chip makers out of the market

Sep. 27, 2012:
New DDR4 memory offer twice the speed and consume less power

Sep. 26, 2012:
Dish Networks and Sprint fight over AWS-4 spectrum

Sep. 26, 2012:
Airport turns to IBM to help it manage the demands of its passengers

Sep. 25, 2012:
As expected, Apple's OS X makes a real dent in MS' Windows OS

Sep. 25, 2012:
Oracle offers its Application Development Framework as a free download

Sep. 24, 2012:
Hackers experiment with Google's Go as a programming language for malware

Sep. 24, 2012:
Cisco cancels the development on its ACE load balancer modules

Sep. 22, 2012:
Extra memory is essential for Intel's new Xeon E5 processors

Sep. 21, 2012:
RIM's BlackBerry network goes down, one more time

Sep. 21, 2012:
September 19 was an interesting day for the open source community

Sep. 20, 2012:
You've heard of the Smartphone and the Tablet-- now welcome the Phablet

Sep. 20, 2012:
HTC and China Merchants Bank launch new mobile wallet

Sep. 20, 2012:
Visa did extremely well with the London Olympic games

Sep. 19, 2012:
The U.K. government is more proactive to cyber security

Sep. 19, 2012:
Dice Holdings acquires open source code repository SourceForge

Sep. 19, 2012:
The push to standardize portable power supply units

Sep. 17, 2012:
OpenSUSE version 12.2 is finally here at last

Sep. 17, 2012:
Julian Assange's court case takes a few twists and turns

Sep. 16, 2012:
Google and Alibaba at loggerheads over a new version of Android

Sep. 14, 2012:
Office 2013 customers will have to wait until January for the code

Sep. 14, 2012:
Intel won't support Linux on its Clover Trail Atom chip

Sep. 13, 2012:
More doubts linger on Stuxnet's accidental escape theory

Sep. 13, 2012:
Apple launches its long anticipated iPhone 5 with LTE functionality

Sep. 12, 2012:
Google cancels its pre-paid credit card, drops the project

Sep. 12, 2012:
Intel to launch its next gen Itanium CPU this year

Sep. 12, 2012:
Smart trash bins that demand ID before accepting garbage

Sep. 11, 2012:
Acer getting ready to revamp its Xeon-based servers

Sep. 11, 2012:
Riverbed offers 4 times the amount of data stored in its Whitewater appliance

Sep. 10, 2012:
China encourages households to buy green PCs

Sep. 10, 2012:
Microsoft wants to lure Lotus customers away from IBM

Sep. 9, 2012:
Apple is about to kill the laptop market

Sep. 6, 2012:
Desktop and low-end rackmount NAS servers getting more powerful

Sep. 6, 2012:
Microsoft's Skype division inks payment app deal with MACH

Sep. 6, 2012:
Intel publishes its annual Mobile Etiquette study

Sep. 5, 2012:
Polish security firm launch Qubes 1.0, a new operating system

Sep. 5, 2012:
Kaspersky Labs launches new Linux Mail Security application

Sep. 5, 2012:
Apple files 318 new LTE patents to try to fend off Samsung

Sep. 4, 2012:
Gartner: server sales remained weak in the second quarter

Sep. 4, 2012:
Hackers suggest that the FBI is tracking Apple mobile devices

Sep. 4, 2012:
Acer to launch six new handsets in 2013 including Windows Phone 8

Sep. 3, 2012:
Gigabit ethernet switch market going gangbusters

Sep. 2, 2012:
Will oil cooling in the data center catch on? Intel thinks so

Sep. 2, 2012:
Hackers release large chunks of data from banks, government agencies

Sep. 1, 2012:
Overambitious product roadmaps becoming a trend for Java development


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