Premium-Inhalt. It was a busy week for Apple malware hunters fighting the Flashback Trojan horse, which has infected between 270,000 and 600,000 Macs. A bevy of debuted this week. And two days after promising to release a detection and removal tool, Apple finally offered its own fix.
Premium-Inhalt. A noted French designer is isn't working on a project for Apple. Tim Cook definitely may have visited the offices of a prominent video game company. And Amazon offers a ton a decent number of streaming titles. The remainders for Friday, April 13, 2012 aren't are calling it a day.
Premium-Inhalt. Amazon plans over the next few weeks to roll out a software upgrade for its that includes several useful enhancements via Wi-Fi. But why wait?
Premium-Inhalt. Some time trackers, such as RescueTime, work by tracking your active windows to show how you spend your time on your computer, minute-to-minute. If you prefer to enter time data manually (and visually), Klok Pro ($16, free limited version available) is a time tracking application that looks like a calendar at first glance. You set up your projects, subprojects, and even sub-subprojects if you want, and track them using a built-in stopwatch or by dragging them out to a calendar.
Premium-Inhalt. iOS is into the enterprise right now, largely thanks to the growth of the BYOD (bring your own device) trend.
Premium-Inhalt. That smartphone you carry around is a box full of sensors.
Premium-Inhalt. NYSE Euronext has dramatically broadened access to its UK data centre, which is located in Basildon and went live in late 2010.
Premium-Inhalt. Police blogger Richard Horton is suing the Times newspaper after the paper accessed his email account.
Premium-Inhalt. Technology entrepreneurs in London are suffering from a lack of 'smart' investors, according to a venture capitalist (VC) firm.
Premium-Inhalt. Chris Chant, the director of the government's G-Cloud programme, is set to retire at the end of the month.
Premium-Inhalt. Healthcare IT firm iSoft's former directors and former chief executive have appeared in a London court to face charges of misleading the stock markets.