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Attachmate completes Novell acquisition

Attachmate has completed its acquisition of Novell, following an adjusted patent deal that keeps open source patents out of Microsoft's hands.
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FBI uncovers string of large, unauthorized wire transfers to China

The FBI has sent out a fraud alert over recent trend of unauthorized wire transfers to China. Small- to medium-sized business in the U.S. are typical victims.
Apple

South Park takes on Apple location tracking in ‘HUMANCENTiPad’

South Park's new season opened by making fun of Apple hysteria and the crazy controversy over location tracking that has erupted in the last week or so. Prepare for Steve Jobs's newest creation: the HumancentiPad!
Apple

Rumor: Apple buys iCloud domain

In another possible sign that Apple is planning to launch a cloud-based service, it has been reported that the company may have purchased the domain name "iCloud.com" for $4.5 million.
Computing

Delicious has a new home: YouTube founders scoop up the forsaken site

At long last, Delicious has found a buyer. YouTube's founders will acquire the bookmarking site.
Android Army

China pushing Baidu on Android phones

Say your goodbyes to Google search, Chinese handsets. Baidu is about to become the search engine of choice for the majority of Android smartphones.
Computing

Origin Eon17-S gamer notebooks overclocked to 4.5 GHz

Gamers who need extreme performance take now: the Origin PC Eon17-S notebook is available with Intel Core i7 Extreme Edition CPUs...overclocked to 4.5 GHz.
Computing

Akamai: Bandwidth increased in 162 countries in 2010

Akamai finds average connection speeds improved in 162 countries during 2010...and Russia was the top source of attack traffic worldwide.
Computing

Feds to remotely delete Coreflood from infected PCs

A just has approved a plan to remotely delete the Coreflood botnet Trojan from infected PCs...so long as users sign a consent.
Computing

Conned by convenience: The dangers of too much aggregation

Aggregators like Google News, Flipboard and Zite make life easier for users, but at what cost? Here’s why too much aggregation could actually be bad for people, and the companies playing into the game.
Apple

Apple’s response to location-tracking controversy: “Apple is not tracking your iPhone”

With customers and heads of state demanding answers, Apple has issued a statement that explains why iPhones are recording location data.
Computing

The typewriter’s death is imminent, but QWERTY lives on

The last typewriter manufacturer in the world may be down to its last 500 machines, but the famous QWERTY-style keyboard will live on.