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  • Apple

    Apple Inc. is world’s most valuable brands

    Global brand consultancy, Interbrand has said Apple Inc. has emerged as the most valuable brand in the world, passing Coca-Cola which held the top position for 13 years, PC World has reported. The maker of high-profile products like the iPad and iPhone, which was ranked second last year, saw its brand value grow 28% this year to $98.3bn. Other tech companies that figured in the top five rankings for 2013 were Google at number two and IBM and Microsoft at fourth and fifth place, respectively. Google was number four in 2012, while IBM was third and Microsoft held the fifth position last year.

    View » :Tuesday, October 01 - 2013 @ 00:00
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    Cybercriminals using known, unpatched flaws in attacks: study

    According to a joint research carried out by Kaspersky Lab and Outpost24, unpatched known vulnerabilities continue to be a popular means of carrying out attacks against businesses by cybercriminals, PC World has reported. The research highlights how unsophisticated attacks on corporate networks can have an effect without resorting to expensive zero-day exploits, said Outpost24 chief security officer, Martin Jartelius. “Whether it’s exploiting poor security practices, misconfigured security devices, or staff that lack security training, companies should understand that it is possible to gain control of most parts of the organisation, even though no new attacks or methods are used,” he said. “It is therefore essential to shift the approach to security from stand-alone tools to integrated solutions as part of business processes,” Jartelius added.

    View » :Monday, September 30 - 2013 @ 00:00
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    Dell withdraws only Windows RT tablet from online store

    Dell Inc. has stopped selling its XPS 10 Windows RT tablet through its website and the now-private company is recommending the Windows 8-running Latitude 10 instead, PC World has reported. Dell has not confirmed whether this is the end of its Windows RT range, or if it’s simply making way for a successor to the XPS 10. “We’re going to be announcing our full tablet portfolio at the event in New York next week [October 2, 2013] and will be providing full details then,” the company said.

    View » :Monday, September 30 - 2013 @ 00:00
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    Europe-based game developers interested in opening offices in Jordan

    The Jordan Gaming Task Force (JGTF) has said several Europe-based digital gaming companies are expected to open offices in the country before the end of this year, Jordan Times has reported. “I expect some of them to open offices before the end of this year,” said JGTF chairman, Nour Khrais, adding that the new offices will help recruit Jordanians, as many have lost their jobs over the past year due to the closure of some gaming start-ups and small companies.

    View » Jordan:Sunday, September 29 - 2013 @ 00:00
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    DDR4 memory shipments to outpace DDR3 from 2016

    International market research firm, IHS iSuppli has said buyers will pay a 30% or higher premium for DDR4 memory, compared with DDR3 in 2014, though the price differential is expected to decline to around 10% in 2015, PC World has reported. DDR4 has 50% more bandwidth than its predecessor, and also provides 35% power savings. The DDR4 bus clock speed will top out at 3200MHz, an improvement from 2400MHz for DDR3. Starting in 2016, DDR4 shipments will outpace DDR3, which will ultimately fade away just like the older DDR2 memory.

    View » :Saturday, September 28 - 2013 @ 00:00
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    Omnix sells minority stake to two GCC firms

    IT integrator Omnix International has sold a minority stake to Dubai-based Havenvest Private Equity Middle East and Riyadh-based Al Rashid Group, Gulf News has reported. Proceeds from the sale will be used to invest in Omnix’ future growth, said chief financial officer of Omnix International, Mohammad Hasan Metla. “We are very excited to have these two shareholders on board and we are working with them closely to leverage our strengths to help Omnix expand aggressively,” he said, declining to disclose the stake and the amount.

    View » United Arab Emirates:Thursday, September 26 - 2013 @ 00:00
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    Apple revamps its iMac range

    Apple Inc. has launched new versions of its iMac computer, featuring better processors, graphics, Wi-Fi networking and storage options, Information Week has reported. The iMacs are available in 21.5″ and 27″ screen sizes. The 21.5-inch model features a 2.7-GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 processor, 8 GB of memory, a 1TB hard drive and Intel Iris Pro graphics, while the 27-inch iMac boasts a 3.2-GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 processor, 8 GB of memory, a 1TB hard drive and an Nvidia GeForce GT 755M graphics card with 1GB of video memory.

    View » :Wednesday, September 25 - 2013 @ 00:00
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    Top images from Oracle Open World 2013

    AMEinfo.com attended Oracle Open World 2013 in San Francisco, California. Around 60,000 delegates descended on the coastal city from September 22 to 26, to get up to speed with the latest IT trends – and Oracle’s new product line-up.

    View » :Wednesday, September 25 - 2013 @ 00:00
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    UAE seen to spend $40bn on ICT by 2015: study

    Kuwait Financial Centre (Markaz) has said the UAE is the second largest ICT market in the GCC region after Saudi Arabia in terms of capital and volume of spending, Arab News has reported. Between 2003 and 2010, the UAE’s ICT spending has grown at a CAGR of almost 19% to $12bn, with ICT spending for the period 2013-2015 expected to reach some $40bn, Markaz said in the report.

    View » United Arab Emirates:Tuesday, September 24 - 2013 @ 00:00
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    Apple’s XProtect blocks new OS X Trojan

    Apple Inc. has said its XProtect anti-malware scanner has blocked the ability to run a new malware package for its OS X, which security firm Intego said it’s another targeted command-and-control Trojan horse, with apparent associations with the Syrian Electronic Army, Cnet has reported. Once installed, the running Trojan will, among standard command-and-control activity like grabbing personal information, attempt to download an image associating the nefarious activity with the Syrian Electronic Army.

    View » :Tuesday, September 24 - 2013 @ 00:00






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