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Alex Kayle

Senior portals journalist

Alex Kayle is an ITWeb senior portals journalist.

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1:00
ComputingJun 1, 2012

Samsung takes on iTunes with music store

More than 19 million songs will be available to Samsung Galaxy S III users.

1:00
ComputingJun 1, 2012

Singapore to initiate $936m ICT tenders

Investment to help enhance operational efficiency and productivity within the public sector.

3:30
MalwareMay 31, 2012

McAfee boosts critical infrastructure protection

Company creates a large partner eco-system comprising hardware, software, services and frameworks to prevent attacks.

1:00
ComputingMay 31, 2012

Texas schools track students

RFID is being used in a pilot project in two schools to monitor students.

1:00
ComputingMay 31, 2012

Huddle gets $24m funding

The content management company has seen rapid growth as it drives funding for its collaboration platform. I

1:10
TelecomsMay 30, 2012

Airtel to invest $100m in Rwanda

The Rwandan government is working with international tech giants to improve telecommunications in the emerging region.

1:00

NYSE acquires Corpedia

The acquisition will enable the stock exchange to provide its customers with additional governance products and services.

1:00
Project ManagementMay 29, 2012

LiquidPlanner adds analytics to project management

An analytics engine in LiquidPlanner's latest solution aims to help streamline project management decisions.

1:00
TelecomsMay 29, 2012

FBI unit intercepts VOIP

A new US government unit has been set up to wiretap VOIP calls and social networks.

0:50
ComputingMay 29, 2012

Groupon to take on Square

Groupon will soon be rolling out a mobile payments system for shops and restaurants.

1:10
StorageMay 28, 2012

Seagate snaps up LaCie

The move comes as the hard drive maker looks to boost its presence in the consumer storage market.

1:10
Open SourceMay 28, 2012

Open source boosts cloud computing

Forty percent of significant technology innovations from new projects in open source are cloud-based, survey finds.