Has Apple got white right for iPad 2?

New rumors say that Apple has got white right this time, and will unveil a white iPad 2 when the company announces the next version of its popular tablet, expected later this week.

By John Cox | 01 March, 2011 06:02

Tags: apple ipad, consumer electronics, Networking, wireless, smartphones, Phones, Apple iPad 2, tablets, iPad, Apple

Apple's new MacBook Pros reveal quality concerns

Apple's new MacBook Pro shows some quality-of-build problems that shouldn't be seen in a notebook that costs $1,800, a teardown expert said today.

By Gregg Keizer | 01 March, 2011 06:24

Tags: notebooks, hardware, Apple, hardware systems, Apple MacBook Pros, Macintosh, laptops, macbook pro

Cebit kicks off with talk of openness

Open democracy, open borders and open standards were the themes to which speakers returned again and again at the opening ceremony for the Cebit trade show in Hanover, Germany, on Monday night.

By Peter Sayer | 01 March, 2011 08:29

Tags: business issues, Internet-based applications and services, Government use of IT, IBM, regulation, education, social networking, industry verticals, investments, internet, personnel, cebit, health care, government, energy, social media

Intel unveils next gen SSDs with 6Gbit/sec throughput

Intel Monday announced a new line of solid-state drives (SSDs) that are based on the serial ATA (SATA) 3.0 specification, which doubles I/O throughput compared to previous generation SSDs.

By Lucas Mearian | 01 March, 2011 05:51

Tags: network-attached storage, Networked Storage, storage, storage hardware, intel

Google employees may be getting Xoom tablets

Google employees may be getting new tablets, Motorola's CEO said on Monday.

By Nancy Gohring | 01 March, 2011 06:16

Tags: Motorola, open source, Linux, Google, hardware systems, software, tablet PCs, laptops, non-Windows, operating systems

10 questions for Black Duck CFO Ken Goldman

Name: Ken Goldman

By Nancy Weil | 01 March, 2011 05:52

Tags: Black Duck Software, CFO Careers, business management

Asus' PC motion-sensing system coming in May

Hoping to do for personal computers what Microsoft has done for gaming, Asus will soon offer a motion sensing device that looks and works like the Xbox Kinect.

By Martyn Williams | 01 March, 2011 05:13

Tags: cebit, hardware systems, laptops, Asustek Computer

Software AG will make webMethods cloud-ready in Q3

Software AG added a complex-event processing tool to its software portfolio on Monday, and said it will release cloud-enabled versions of webMethods and its Aris business process modeling tool in the third quarter.

By Peter Sayer and Chris Kanaracus | 01 March, 2011 04:29

Tags: cebit, software, software AG

Enterproid "Divides" work and play on Android phones

It's a conundrum facing many of today's workers: how to carry the latest and greatest smartphone with fun, personal apps and securely access corporate data from the same device.

By Nancy Gohring | 01 March, 2011 03:06

Tags: services, consumer electronics, Enterpoid, smartphones, Phones, software

Vodafone Germany CEO: Nokia-Microsoft deal a good thing

Nokia and Microsoft joining forces to better compete with Apple and Google's Android OS will be good for the smartphone market, Vodafone Germany's CEO Jan Geldmacher said in an interview at the Cebit trade show in Hanover.

By Mikael Ricknäs | 01 March, 2011 02:02

Tags: telecommunication, iPhone, Android, Phones, Mobile operating systems, mobile, Blackberry, Apple, cebit, consumer electronics, Carriers, Google, Microsoft, smartphones, Nokia, Vodafone Group, software, research in motion, applications

Fujitsu Germany head jumps to Software AG as chairman

Bernd Wagner, the managing director of Fujitsu's German subsidiary, has jumped to Software AG to become its chairman.

By Martyn Williams | 01 March, 2011 01:27

Tags: Bernd Wagner, business issues, personnel, cebit, software AG, Fujitsu

HP broadens scope of project management software

With the new update of its Project and Portfolio Management software, Hewlett-Packard is broadening the potential scope of the software to manage all organizational projects, not just IT projects.

By Joab Jackson | 01 March, 2011 01:05

Tags: applications, software, project management, Hewlett-Packard

New EU consumer law could damage online rights, BSA claims

Including digital content and services in the new Consumer Rights Directive could have a detrimental effect on online consumers, the Business Software Alliance (BSA) said on Monday.

By Jennifer Baker | 28 February, 2011 23:34

Tags: regulation, None, legislation, government

Citrix invests in personal cloud management company

Citrix Systems has invested in Primadesk, a company that is developing a free, Web-based application to help users keep track of content stored in different cloud-based services, the company said on Monday.

By Mikael Ricknäs | 28 February, 2011 21:42

Tags: business issues, Citrix Systems, Managed Services, cloud computing, investments, internet

European Court to rule on legality of used software trading

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has been asked to decide whether the trading of "used" software licenses is legal.

By Jennifer Baker | 28 February, 2011 21:36

Tags: usedSoft, Civil lawsuits, legal, software, Oracle

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