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Google's new Chrome apps work on Windows

Google's new Chrome apps work on Windows

Applications work outside Chrome OS, more like smartphone apps.
Nicole Kobie Sep 9 2013, 7:08AM Cloud
EMC brings NetWitness into RSA fold

EMC brings NetWitness into RSA fold

Technology that helped RSA identify recent attack.
Tom Brewster Apr 5 2011, 7:17AM Security
Salesforce brings Radian6 onboard

Salesforce brings Radian6 onboard

Marc Benioff puts his cash on the table.
Jennifer Scott Mar 31 2011, 9:11AM Software
Google brings Microsoft Office to Docs

Google brings Microsoft Office to Docs

Brings SharePoint smarts to Cloud Connect.
Jennifer Scott Feb 28 2011, 8:46AM Software
Opera 11 brings improved tab management

Opera 11 brings improved tab management

Opera releases beta for version 11 with "tab stacking" to organise web windows.
Stewart Mitchell Nov 24 2010, 8:41AM Software
Adobe brings forward patch cycle to fix PDF flaw

Adobe brings forward patch cycle to fix PDF flaw

Critical flaw pushes Adobe to release its update a week early
Nicole Kobie Oct 3 2010, 9:28PM Security
patch-tuesday-brings-26-fixes

patch-tuesday-brings-26-fixes

Six critical patches highlight largest update in years.
Shaun Nichols Aug 14 2008, 9:39AM Security
cellnet-brings-out-custom-made-nokia-cases

cellnet-brings-out-custom-made-nokia-cases

Cellnet has partnered with US-based Otter Products to bring out two custom cases, the OtterBox 1960 for Nokia 6233 models and the OtterBox 1961 for Nokia 6120 models.
Lilia Guan Jul 23 2008, 2:21PM Mobility
aussie-distie-brings-indian-utm-product-to-australia

aussie-distie-brings-indian-utm-product-to-australia

Australian IT distributor MPA Systems has been appointed as the national distributor for Indian-owned, Unified Threat Management (UTM) appliance vendor – Cyberoam.

Lilia Guan Jul 17 2008, 2:01PM Security
tegatech-brings-toshiba-into-its-tablet-stable

tegatech-brings-toshiba-into-its-tablet-stable

Australian tablet distributor, Tegatech Australia has taken up the distribution of Toshiba tablet PCs.


Lilia Guan Mar 19 2008, 12:00PM Hardware
telstra-brings-wireless-broadband-up-to-speed

telstra-brings-wireless-broadband-up-to-speed

Telstra has turbocharged the speed of its mobile broadband services, launching new broadband cards capable of download speeds up to 6 Mbps and upload speeds up to 1.3 Mbps.
Staff Writers Sep 25 2007, 1:02PM Collaboration
eu-brings-charges-against-intel

eu-brings-charges-against-intel

The European Commission is bringing antitrust charges against Intel, according to multiple media reports.
Shaun Nichols Jul 30 2007, 11:15AM Hardware
iphone-madness-brings-out-the-profiteers

iphone-madness-brings-out-the-profiteers

Professional 'queuers' charging up to $1,000 to wait in line.
Shaun Nichols Jun 27 2007, 3:57PM Mobility
red-rock-consulting-brings-unitask-down-under

red-rock-consulting-brings-unitask-down-under

UXC spin-off, Red Rock Consulting, has signed an exclusieve distribution agreement with Unitask.
Staff Writers Jun 22 2007, 1:08PM Strategy
dell-brings-plant-a-tree-fundraising-project

dell-brings-plant-a-tree-fundraising-project

LONDON - Dell has launched its Plant a Tree for Me project in Europe, allowing consumers to sponsor carbon offsets when they purchase new PCs and laptops from the vendor.
Shaun Nichols Jun 8 2007, 7:50AM Hardware
ibm-brings-us35-cdp-to-retail-tries-to-get-var-interest

ibm-brings-us35-cdp-to-retail-tries-to-get-var-interest

IBM on Friday released its IBM Tivoli Continuous Data Protection for Files for sale on-line at US$35 per download.
Joseph Kovar Jul 24 2006, 9:35AM Software
dell-ceo-brings-services-printing-message-down-under

dell-ceo-brings-services-printing-message-down-under

Dell's CEO has reaffirmed the direct juggernaut's commitment to expanding into services and consumer electronics as he embarked on a whirlwind trip to meet Australian partners and customers.
Sarah Stokely Sep 28 2004, 12:00AM Hardware
uecomm-brings-bandwidth-to-regional-qld

uecomm-brings-bandwidth-to-regional-qld

Australian carrier Uecomm has signed an agreement with Ergon Energy to buy capacity that would extend high-speed fibre internet services up the eastern coast of Queensland.
Fleur Doidge Dec 17 2003, 12:00AM Mobility

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