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Premium-Inhalt. Network visibility vendor Gigamon filed documents with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday indicating that the company plans an initial public offering worth as much as $100 million, though that figure could change before the IPO is made official.
Premium-Inhalt. Facebook-owned Instagram needs little introduction: This mobile photo-sharing service has taken the world of shutterbugs by storm, with tens of millions of users enthusiastically snapping and sharing. But while Instagram has official apps both for iOS and Android, the service does not offer an official Web or desktop interface. If you want to view Instagram photos on the desktop, you need to find your own solution--perhaps something like Instagrille, a free, slick application for browsing Instagram.
Premium-Inhalt. If you don't have VLC, aka the VideoLAN Player, installed on your system, the chances are you don't watch a whole lot of video. VLC has millions of users and supports virtually every type of video found on the Web, as well as audio. It's also mature, stable, cross-platform, and provides a lot of features not found in Windows Media Player or the Quicktime player.
Premium-Inhalt. The story "Parallels investigates claims of Plesk vulnerability following wave of website hacks," which ran Friday, misstated the period in which thousands of websites were affected. It is since the middle of June.
Premium-Inhalt. Office has been a wildly successful product for Microsoft, but its continued dominance is far from assured as software moves to the cloud and employees bring their own tablets and smartphones into work.
Premium-Inhalt. Everything I own is packed into one of three backpacks -- or a storage facility in San Jose, Calif. I have neither a mortgage nor a rental agreement. I work from wherever I can find both caffeine and Wi-Fi.
Premium-Inhalt. A Cumbrian MP has slammed the ongoing broadband debacle in the region, saying that there is no way that BT, the last remaining bidder to rollout fibre in the area, should be given the full Â£24 million funding.