Enterprises Overloaded with Data Growth, Reveals Study

Enterprises Overloaded with Data Growth, Reveals Study

Informatica survey informed that the data growth that is being improperly managed is now appearing to be a "problem of epic proportions"

Satellite Successfully Launched to Measure the Rate of Melting of the Polar Ice Caps

Satellite Successfully Launched to Measure the Rate of Melting of the Polar Ice

A satellite designed to examine how fast the polar ice caps are melting was launched on Thursday. It is a high tech European satellite and has been launched nearly five years after the first and foremost attempt proved unsuccessful.

The CryoSat-2 was designed and manufactured in France and Germany. British scientists have been the brain behind the satellite.

British Farmers Breed Sheep that Shed Wool Naturally

British Farmers Breed Sheep that Shed Wool Naturally

It has been reported that British farmers are breeding self-shearing sheep. These sheep will shed their winter fleece on their own when the weather becomes warm. This is a nascent attempt at breeding such sheep.

The new breed called by the name Exlana, is being bred by farmers in South West England. The breed of sheep will lose their woolly coats automatically in spring.

OPM Reveals, Details for Call of Duty 7 to be Disclosed in June

OPM Reveals, Details for Call of Duty 7 to be Disclosed in June

It was recently rumored that UK's official Playstation Magazine (OPM) is set to reveal its Call of Duty 7 on May 16, but the publication made it clear that the details of Call of Duty 7 will be cited in the June issue of the magazine.

SingStar to Launch Online Mode in June

SingStar to Launch Online Mode in June

The Sony's Play Station's karaoke series is going online this June. SingStar for the foremost time will incorporate an update, which is entitled Online Battle Mode. This update will come into effect nearly six years after its first debut on the PS2.

Motorola DEXT Smartphone Ad Banned by ASA

Motorola DEXT Smartphone Ad Banned by ASA

Motorola has been bashed by the UK's advertising regulator over an advertisement for its DEXT smartphone.

A complaint was lodged by INQ mobile, a phone company and Motorola's competitor, with the ASA. In its complaint, INQ challenged the advertisement on the basis that they previously released a phone with strikingly similar features to the DEXT smartphone.

SoftMaker Office 2010 for Linux: Review

SoftMaker Office 2010 for Linux: Review

Till now, Linux users in need of an office suite turned to the obvious and reliable option of OpenOffice. org. Well not anymore. SoftMaker Office can establish itself as a better option, particularly if the user swaps files with other users who use other office suites like Microsoft Office.

Harrison Endorses Software Exclusion from Patent Reforms, Opposes NZOSS’s Move

Harrison Endorses Software Exclusion from Patent Reforms, Opposes NZOSS’s Move

New Zealand Open Source Society is seeking powerful interests for pressurizing the government to turn around its plans of excluding software from patent protection reforms in the country.

What Changes Should the Gaming Industry Need to Brace Itself For?

What Changes Should the Gaming Industry Need to Brace Itself For?

Entertainment and Leisure Software Publishers Association (ELSPA) has sketched out a timeline for Pan European Game Information, telling it when to exercise its new powers. It recently reached out to the members of PEGI, telling them that, currently, they do not need to take any action.

Blizzard Entertainment Comes Up with Starcraft’s Sequel

Blizzard Entertainment Comes Up with Starcraft’s Sequel

Today, Blizzard Entertainment announced that it is giving final touches to the original Starcraft’s sequel. The publisher took one step closer to launch, specifying plans for a regular and Collector's Edition of Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty when it comes out later this year.

The Starcraft II Collector's Edition is too large to be enclosed in a single photo frame.

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