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A safe, prosperous, and Happy New Year to all SYS-CON.com readers and Ulitzer.com users! One handy way to catch up with all our articles with a 2010 theme, from forward-looking predictions to retrospectives on '09, is to visit http://newyear2010.ulitzer.com, where we have gathered literally dozens and dozens of items for your reading pleasure. Enjoy! ... (more)

GraphOn Unveils Android Client App for GO-Global Cloud App Solution

GraphOn Corporation (OTCBB: GOJO), a worldwide developer of cloud application delivery and Web-enabling solutions, on Monday announced its new GO-Global Android Client. Available for immediate delivery, the free Android Client app is used in conjunction with GraphOn’s GO-Global Windows Host solution to seamlessly deliver existing Windows applications to any tablet running Google’s Android operating system version 3.0 or later. The GO-Global Windows Host solution provides instant and secure access to server-resident Windows applications from virtually any location, platform, and operating system. The solution delivers existing applications over LANs, WANs, VPNs, or the Internet for easy and secure remote access from cross-platform clients and mobile users anywhere – without the need to modify the applications. “Android-powered tablet users can now view and interact w... (more)

If Twitter Gets Into The Video-Hosting Game, It Could Be A Wonderful, And Horrible, Thing

Twitter According to AllThingsD, Twitter has decided to get into the business of hosting video by acquiring NYC startup Vine. We’ve reached out to Twitter but haven’t been able to confirm this as of yet. If true, this marks an important milestone for Twitter, which is in complete attack mode when it comes to turning into a media powerhouse. As it stands now, you can upload photos to attach to your tweets, thanks to Twitter’s own service, and it’s probably the easiest way to share photos on the service. Video is a logical next step for Twitter and the yet-to-be-released Vine, but this could get really tricky for the company, fast. Read the full story at TechCrunch. ... (more)

Bloxx Expands Product Line-up with Virtual Appliance Web Filter and Secure Web Gateway

16th October 2012: Bloxx, the innovator in Web and email security, today announced the release of virtual appliance versions of its Web Filter and Secure Web Gateway. The virtual appliances have identical functionality to the current hardware appliances, making them an ideal choice for organizations that have a virtualization strategy and are looking to move their security infrastructure to a virtual environment. "These new virtualized products build on Bloxx's solid foundation in appliance-based Web filtering and security, but also deliver all the benefits offered by virtualization," said Graham Twaddle, Chief Technology Officer at Bloxx. "Bloxx is now able to offer unrivalled Web content filtering that includes our patent-pending real-time content analysis and categorization engine, Tru-View Technology, either as a hardware or virtual appliance". mhs homes group, ... (more)

Meet the Experts on the future of photography do you sign?

As forward a few days ago on Engadget, on 7 November will our next edition of Meet the Experts with CAMON collaboration space in Madrid. This is a panel discussion with experts to discuss the future of photography, entitled "Photography, the Internet and social evolution or revolution?". If you want to attend, we invite you to continue with us this Meet the Experts discussion promises to remove the main issues surrounding the current picture and future. The appointment is next Wednesday November 7 beginning at 7 pm in CAMON space. If you want to attend live, you just have to sign up on the form included, but please note that we have limited places, so be the first to sign up to get free invitation. But no one should miss this Meet the Experts, so they can continue to live from Engadget, with streaming video and also via Twitter. Is this a natural evolution or rather we ... (more)

Power sipping smartphones possible, iOS 6.1 Beta out and more

By RyanKamauff Do not buy from any carriers, please. A Startup Says it’s Cracked a Decades-old Efficiency Problem with Wireless Communications. Eta Devices, formerly of MIT, have identified the potential to limit the power suck of power amplifiers in mobile devices. They have a new amplifier design that will first be rolled out to LTE base stations, and the mobile sized version could double battery life in smartphones. Via Technology Review, more here. Google Now is apparently equipped with a pedometer, but it isn’t accurate… - if you opt-in to Google location services (just check or uncheck the box) they will send details on your whereabouts back to the mothership routinely. Apparently, they have initiated a pedometer into Google Now. While it is cool, it’s really inaccurate, but one that worked would be a feature a ton of people would enjoy (I believe). Via Enga... (more)

Silicon Image Introduces New 4K and 3D H.264 Digital Video Decoder IP Core

Silicon Image, Inc. (NASDAQ:SIMG), a leader in semiconductors and intellectual property (IP) for the secure distribution, presentation and storage of high-definition (HD) content, today announced the newest member of its IP core family, the cineramIC™ 4K and 3D H.264 digital video decoder. With its high performance, low cost and high-quality video imaging, the cineramIC IP core can be integrated into System-on-Chips (SoCs) for next-generation digital TV (DTV), set-top-box (STB) and camcorder applications, as well as professional video editing, broadcast, medical and surveillance FPGA applications. While consumer HDTVs are now prevalent worldwide, 3D video capability is gaining momentum in movie theaters and emerging in the consumer DTV market. The commercialization of ultra-high definition (UHD) resolutions is also on the horizon given the latest availability of pr... (more)

Waters Family of ACQUITY UPLC Solutions Extend the Power of LC Performance Today and Tomorrow

MILFORD, Mass., March 1 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Riding its successful launch of the Waters® ACQUITY UPLC® H-Class System incorporating the proven, robust and reliable performance of ACQUITY® UltraPerformance LC® (UPLC) with the operational familiarity of traditional high performance liquid chromatography, Waters Corporation (NYSE: WAT) today kicked off its 50th Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy (Pittcon) focused on its industry-leading family of UPLC solutions. Reinforcing the impact of ACQUITY UPLC technology's application range, scientists from AstraZeneca and Eli Lilly presented their real-life success stories working with Waters ACQUITY UPLC System and Waters PATROL(TM) UPLC System respectively, at Waters' annual Pittcon news conference. "The response to the new ACQUITY UPLC H-Class system introduced in late January ha... (more)

RedBrick Health’s New, Innovative Health Assessment Platform Generates Broad-Based Employee Engagement

RedBrick Health, the Health EarningsSM company, today announced promising early 2010 health engagement results for several new clients. “As national leaders wrestle with reforming the U.S. health care system, RedBrick Health clients are taking concrete steps to transform the contract between employer and employee around health care financing,” said Kyle Rolfing, chief executive officer for RedBrick Health. “Our clients are seeing broad-based employee engagement with our Health Earnings System, which is powered by a next-generation health engagement model and features a new and innovative health assessment platform.” According to a recent Towers Watson and the National Business Group on Health survey, 58 percent of employers report the biggest obstacle to changing employees' health-related behavior is the lack of employee engagement. According to the same survey, alm... (more)

Bluepoint Solutions Joins the VMware Technology Alliance Partner Program

Bluepoint Solutions, a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and leading innovator in remote deposit capture (RDC), image-based item processing and enterprise content management, today announced it has joined the VMware Technology Alliance Partner (TAP) program. The VMware TAP program helps technology vendors integrate their products with VMware virtualization software and deliver timely, joint solutions to mutual customers. “We are excited to welcome Bluepoint Solutions as the newest member of the VMware TAP program,” said Bernie Mills, senior director, alliance programs, VMware. “The VMware TAP program offers companies like Bluepoint Solutions the tools and resources they need to develop high-value solutions that meet the needs of our mutual customers.” “Virtual computing is changing the way financial organizations conduct business. We are proud of the work we’ve accom... (more)

Mississippi Coastal Health Information Exchange (MSCHIE) Expands into Phase 2 of Its HIE Deployment

The Mississippi Coastal Health Information Exchange (MSCHIE) has launched Phase 2 of its HIE deployment – which will expand its services to four additional health systems, launch a community outreach training program, and integrate with additional EHR vendors throughout the community – marking a major milestone in its efforts to improve patient care coordination and clinical outcomes in the Mississippi counties hit hardest by Hurricane Katrina. The inaugural MSCHIE participants – Memorial Hospital at Gulfport, Singing River Health System, including Singing River Hospital and Ocean Springs Hospital, and Coastal Family Health Center, a federally qualified health center representing multiple clinics – will be joined by four additional health systems. This expansion extends a diverse functionality set, powered by Medicity’s health information exchange technology, to th... (more)