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Microsoft’s antitrust deal still alive, but so what? – CNET (blog)

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Microsoft's antitrust deal still alive, but so what?
CNET (blog)
The federal judge overseeing Microsoft's 2002 settlement with antitrust regulators noted at a hearing today (subscription required) that the software giant had made "extraordinary" progress in resolving outstanding issues.
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Apple Says Computer-Software Chief Serlet Is Stepping Down – Bloomberg

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Apple Says Computer-Software Chief Serlet Is Stepping Down
Bloomberg
Bertrand Serlet, former senior vice president of software engineering at Apple Inc. Source: Apple Inc. via Bloomberg Apple Inc. (AAPL) announced the departure of Bertrand Serlet,
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Intel Offering Free Limited-Time PC Download Of “Angry Birds” – Complex.com

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Intel Offering Free Limited-Time PC Download Of "Angry Birds"
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Missed the whole Angry Birds phenomenon because you were too cheap to fork over $2? We got a deal for you. If you own an Intel-powered PC running Windows XP or Windows 7, you can download the game
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Get Angry Birds Free on PC for Limited TimeTom’s Hardware Guide
Angry Birds Rio: Android Download Review – More Feathered Fowl Launching Ahead!Gather.com
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Say adios to Samba in OS X – CNET (blog)
Say adios to Samba in OS X
CNET (blog)
When it comes to networking with Windows systems, since OS X 10.2 "Jaguar," Apple has relied on the open source "Samba" suite, which can be turned on in OS X's Sharing system preferences to allow for both file sharing and interaction
Inside Mac OS X 10.7 Lion Server: Apple replaces Samba for Windows networking Apple Insider

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Groups defend drunk-driving checkpoint software – Computerworld

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Groups defend drunk-driving checkpoint software
Computerworld
IDG News Service – Makers of applications that locate drunk-driving checkpoints are misunderstood, defenders said Wednesday, a day after four US senators called for smartphone makers to pull applications from their services.
Police-Checkpoint Smartphone Apps Encourage DUI, Senators ArgueNew York Times (blog)
Senators Ask Apple To Ban DUI Checkpoint Alert AppsHuffington Post

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Outlook alternatives: Free open source applications – ITworld.com
Outlook alternatives: Free open source applications
ITworld.com
The open source community has long offered alternatives to commercial applications, but businesses for the most part have shied away from those free alternatives, claiming compatibility or support issues as the reason.

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Oracle Gets Juice From Software-As-A-Service – Forbes (blog)
Oracle Gets Juice From Software-As-A-Service
Forbes (blog)
Oracle and SAP have traditionally concentrated their efforts on developing on-premises software, and are not considered big software-as-a-service (SaaS) players. SaaS works according to the concept that enterprises should be able to license only the

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SCADA Attack Code Released For 35 Vulnerabilities – InformationWeek

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SCADA Attack Code Released For 35 Vulnerabilities
InformationWeek
Systems from Siemens, Iconics, 7-Technologies, and DATAC have security holes in their supervisory control and data acquisition software, leading the Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team to issue security warnings.
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SCADA Attack Code Released For 35 Vulnerabilities – InformationWeek

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SCADA Attack Code Released For 35 Vulnerabilities
InformationWeek
Systems from Siemens, Iconics, 7-Technologies, and DATAC have security holes in their supervisory control and data acquisition software, leading the Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team to issue security warnings.
Nuclear plant software called vulnerable to attackmsnbc.com
SCADA Vulnerabilities Prompt US Government WarningPCWorld
US government warns of SCADA flawsSC Magazine US
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IBM To Buy Management Software Developer – InformationWeek

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IBM To Buy Management Software Developer
InformationWeek
IBM said it has reached a definitive agreement to acquire Tririga, Inc., a developer of management software for the building and real estate industries. Under the deal, financial terms of which were not disclosed,
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