Archive for March 21, 2010

HP announced the expansion of its large format portfolio (HP T1200 Designjet / HP T770 ) to help technical design professionals to spearhead and enhance the value they bring to their customers. By leveraging HP’s portfolio, technical design professionals can easily shift from cumbersome, hard copy-based project workflow to an intuitive flawless digital workflow solution, where print communication is more efficient, easily integrated and fully accessible.
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Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. launched the latest additions to its award-winning range of netbooks, the Samsung N220 and N150. Designed to provide maximum personal freedom, the N220 deliver up to 12 hours of secure connected mobility, while the N150 keep on going for up to 8.5 hours. This impressive battery-powered performance is possible because overall power consumption is reduced by their energy efficient LED display, optimized processing performance and Samsung’s proprietary Enhanced Battery Life solution.
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Meeting a growing demand from companies of all sizes for software-as-a-service (SaaS) business intelligence (BI) tools that are easy to use, SAP AG announced the availability of SAP® BusinessObjects™ BI OnDemand. Targeted at casual BI users currently underserved by products on the market, the new solution delivers a complete BI toolset in one flexible offering.

Its ease-of-use also allows them to be up and running with no prior experience or training. With SAP BusinessObjects BI OnDemand, people can access and visually navigate data from any source using SAP® BusinessObjects™ Explorer. Even casual users can combine that data in just a few clicks, and follow a guided path that walks them through reporting and analysis. The solution has scalable pricing models based on business need, allowing companies to easily and cost-effectively scale as required.
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Facebook users receive e-mails that appear to be from Facebook telling the recipients that their passwords have been reset — and they need to click on an attachment to retrieve the new password. FB denies sending those emails… those e-mails are malicious software intended to steal your info.

The attachment in the bogus e-mail installs a program that steals passwords and user names entered on the victim’s computer.