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Displaying items by tag: California

Bots have been used to steal data from the business networking site LinkedIn since December 2015, the company claims in a case filed in the US District Court, Northern District of California.

Published in Security
Thursday, 06 August 2015 12:57

AARNET links up with California network

Australia’s Academic and Research Network (AARNET) has struck a deal with the Pacific Research Platform to link Australian researchers with those in California.

Published in Networking

All smartphones sold in the US state of California will soon be required to be equipped with a kill switch, allowing users to wipe data and lock their phones remotely, after a new bill passed law overnight.

Published in Mobility

Apple's iPhone may be designed in good ol' California, USA but its components, made in Asia, have become significant drivers of a number of Asian economies, according to analysts and government officials.

Tuesday, 15 April 2014 18:10

Acquisition deal stacks up for CloudCentral

Australian cloud solutions vendor CloudCentral has acquired US software start-up, DEY Storage Systems, claiming to now be the first Australian cloud provider to “own their entire stack from end to end”.

Published in Cloud

California-based Application Networking vendor, A10 Networks, has appointed a Managing Director to lead its Australian and New Zealand business.

Published in People Moves

UK headquartered global IT security firm Sophos has opened a new office in Silicon Valley which it says will strengthen its ability to support its growing network of value added resellers, distributors and strategic partners across North America.

Published in Strategy
Thursday, 10 November 2011 20:31

Jon Callas reflects: Steve Jobs, the man, the maniac

In a recent interview, iTWire asked Jon Callas, currently CTO at Entrust to reflect upon his time at Apple and his encounters with Steve Jobs.

Published in Enterprise Staff
Wednesday, 26 October 2011 13:09

The truth about Steve Jobs' number plate

The stories about the complete lack of a number plate on Steve Job's car are many and varied.  But we can finally reveal the truth.

Published in Enterprise Staff
Wednesday, 05 October 2011 13:16

PlusComms to Open new US Hosting Site

HostingPlus- USAPlusComms has announced that it is preparing to launch a major Hosting Site in California in the very near future. The site is one of the most secure in the US and provides huge pricing benefits. Early customers can expect very beneficial pricing.

Wednesday, 08 September 2010 12:02

Oracle hires Hurd - HP takes it to court

Oracle has hired Mark Hurd, only to be faced with a lawsuit filed by HP in an attempt to stop its former CEO working for a competitor.

Published in People Moves
Sunday, 27 June 2010 22:42

No more free plastic bags in California?

Legislation in California is being proposed to ban free paper and plastic bags in grocery, liquor, and drug stores. The proposed law would force shoppers to use reusable fabric bags, or reuse previously obtained plastic or paper bags.

 

Published in Health
According to a California study of people hospitalized with the H1N1 flu, infants are most likely to be hospitalized with the illness, while people 50 years and older are most likely to die once in the hospital.

Published in Health
Wednesday, 15 April 2009 07:02

Pacific Gas and Electric shines with Solaren

California utility company PG&E announces that it will get clean, bright electricity from Solaren, which will grab sunlight from solar panels orbiting about the Earth.

Published in Energy
Saturday, 25 October 2008 07:13

Apple come out, say no to prop 8

Apple have publicly come out, opposing Proposition 8 which is a hot potato in Californian general election politics right now. What's more, they've put their money where their mouth is donating $100,000 to the "No on 8" campaign. What is prop 8 and why has it sent this technology company all fruity?

Published in Strategy
The chemical compound acrylamide is known to cause cancer. It is found in many potato and starchy consumer products, such as potato chips and French fries, when they are heated to high temperatures. California just won a court-approved settlement over potato chip manufacturers in which they agree to reduce levels of acrylamide in their potato chips.

Published in Health
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