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SAP goes after SAS, IBM with predictive analytics software

BusinessObjects Predictive Analysis will support the R open-source language for statistical analysis

Dell buys application modernization firm Clerity

The deal will give Dell technology for re-hosting mainframe applications

iPhone vs. BlackBerry: Is Apple’s battle with RIM won?

Does RIM's announcement that it will 'ignore' consumers mean that Apple has won the battle with the BlackBerry maker?

Xerox Mobile Scanner

Outfitted with an Eye-Fi SD Card, this lightweight portable scanner can wirelessly transmit JPG images and PDFs

Microsoft looking into alleged Xbox security problem

Credit card numbers take up permanent residence on hard drive, say researchers.

Oracle, Google fail to reach settlement in Android lawsuit

Oracle's Safra Catz and Google's Andy Rubin weren't able to come to an agreement in their dispute over Java technology in Android

New Trojan variant can install without password

Here is the latest variant as discovered by security researchers at F-Secure

12 tips to avoid gridlock in the cloud

Cloud vendors are innovating like mad. Here is a guide to get your head about water

Cisco, EMC and VMware team up for big data training

The vendors have allied to offer training packages around cloud and big data as new job roles emerge in the data centre

Cisco Jabber: Move over, Microsoft Skype?

Plus, what investments from Foxconn and Huawei mean at home and abroad

New IBM CEO in middle of Masters golf controversy

Rometty, who became IBM's first female CEO in late 2011, is one of a small but growing number of women to head a major technology company

HP Envy 14 Spectre ultrabook

The Envy 14 Spectre offers a sleek look, a superb display, and an excellent touchpad. But you'll have to overlook the additional weight

Balsillie is out as RIM backs off consumer business

Sales and earnings plummet as the Waterloo, Ont.-based BlackBerry maker's free fall continues

RIM returning to roots to attempt rebound

New CEO Thorsten Heins is making some big changes to try and turn things around

Video conferencing and consolidation to help feds slash spending

Videoconferencing, cutting back on software and hardware licencing fees are among the ways Ottawa will try to slay the deficit

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