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Computer problems hit airlines around the world, causing serious delays

Thousands of passengers were grounded Thursday morning as computer problems hit the check-in systems of airlines around the world. The Telegraph reported that London’s Heathrow and Gatwick, Charles de Gaulle in Paris,  Zurich, Melbourne, Johannesburg, Changi in Singapore and Washington DC’s Reagan >>

BYOD policies jacking up companies’ IT costs

Any companies thinking of chucking out their BlackBerrys and moving to an anything-goes bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policy should know that such moves come at a price. Per Computer World, a new survey from Osterman Research >>

HP finalizes Autonomy acquisition

HP announced on Monday that it has followed through with its intentions to acquire Autonomy and has purchased the enterprise information technology firm for £25.50 per share in cash. HP will allow Autonomy >>

T-Mobile's Android Wi-Fi Calling explained

This morning, T-Mobile announced that Wi-Fi calling would be coming to select Android handsets in the near future. We reached out to our friends at T-Mobile to ask what the difference — if any >>