Wednesday, 29 February 2012

[TechRepublic] Facebook headlines new mobile working group

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Editor's note
It has been a busy few days on the tech circuit. Facebook has joined forces with the likes of Microsoft, Mozilla, Opera and Nokia to create a group focused on improving mobile browsers, Windows 8 and Visual Studio 11 betas appeared overnight, and 10,000 Raspberry Pis disappeared the moment they went on sale. If you were lucky enough to get your hands on a Pi, I'd love to hear from you. -- Chris

Facebook headlines new mobile working group

A new W3C community group focusing on mobile browsing has been formed, without any participation so far from Apple or Google. Read more

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Fundamental Principles of Network Security

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AtG: did someone say launches?

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Visual Studio 11 beta due on Feb 29

Developers will be able to get their hands on the next version of the venerable Visual Studio IDE next week. Read more

BlackBerry Playbook 2.0 review

After a long gestation, RIM has finally delivered the long-awaited 2.0 software update to its PlayBook line. Is it enough to turn the device's fortunes around? Read more

Time zone database lawsuit dismissed

The lawsuit that shut down the venerable time zone database, tz, which powered the majority of Unix-derived software across the globe, has been dismissed. Read more

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Windows 8 Consumer Preview embraces the KISS principle

The Windows 8 Consumer Preview released February 29, 2012, is the new poster child for the keep it simple stupid philosophy. Read more

10 signs that you aren't cut out for IT

IT pros often complain about the downsides of their jobs. But what if you really AREN'T meant for an IT career? Read more

Introverts: Managing stress in an extroverted workplace

For introverts, being around people for long periods of time is draining. Here are some tips for making the best of a work situation in which you're surrounded by extroverts. Read more

The $35 Raspberry Pi computer goes on sale

The first 10,000 low-cost Linux boards are expected to sell out almost immediately, with the device to become continously available from about April. Read more

Windows 8 on ARM: What developers need to know

Confused about what's happening with ARM devices when Windows 8 is released? You're not alone. Here are the facts from Microsoft. Read more


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First Look: Windows 8 Consumer Preview simple and slick

The Windows 8 Consumer Preview is now available to everyone. TechRepublic downloaded and installed it and compiled this photo gallery first look at Microsoft's latest operating system. View on site

IBM takes quantum computing to the next level

IBM takes advantage of qubits which can potentially work on millions of computations at once - far outperforming a PC. View on site


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