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IT News – 9 April 2012

UK Government Websites Hacked - Hacker group anonymous has snuck under the British intelligence to hack the following government websites - homeoffice.gov.uk (Home Office), number10.gov.uk (Prime Minister’s Office) and justice.gov.uk (Ministry of Justice). The attacks were carried out through distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks. It is understood that the

IT News – 6 April 2012

US Visa Rejection Affecting US Clients - A number of L1 visas for IT workers from India are rejected on ground that it should have come in as H1 visas. Indian companies find L1s far cheaper than H1s and hence opt for it. This in turn, is hitting US clients

IT News – 3 April 2012

HCL Launches 3 More Economy Class Tablets - HCL Infosystems, one of India's leading billion dollar IT corporations has launched three more tablets aimed at students. It starts at Rs.7999 and carries Android 4.0. Motorola Demands $4 billion from Microsoft - Motorola has claimed a new sum against annual patent royalty

IT News – 2 April 2012

Infosys, TCS, Reliance Infra and Sify Bag India Department of Posts Projects - In what could be seen as modernization of the Indian postal department, a number of IT projects have been initiated and top Indian IT corporations brought on board.  Infosys has won the project for Rural System and

IT News – 31 March 2012

Will there be an Internet Blackout Today? - Remember the global blackout day announced by a group of hackers in February? Well, the D day is today. Will it really happen? Main hack leader Anonymous has tweeted that he has no idea about it. It is possible that there could

IT News – 29 March 2012

Indians Love Social Networking More than Emails - Norton has conducted a survey on urban Indians, and the results are reassuring that social networking is the go-to place on the internet. It beats emailing by quite a distance. On an average, Indians spend 9.7 hours a week on social networking

IT News – 28 March 2012

Apple Refunds Aussie iPad Customers - Apple has agreed to refund those customers who felt misled by Apple's iPad 4G campaign. Refund amount is not revealed yet. The question to be asking is how do you segregate customers who are misled and who aren't. On the outset, everybody are misled.

IT News – 27 March 2012

Apple CEO Cook in China -Apple CEO Tim Cook may not have the brains and charisma that Steve Jobs carried but he is definitely on the right track impressing Chinese authorities in China. He is visiting the country, requesting cooperation to further his business and pump in R&D. He met

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