Cloud Hosting; The New Affordable Technology

Vexxhost Cloud Hosting Affordable Plan

Vexxhost Cloud Hosting is an affordable hosting powerful by Citrix XenServer run Cloud Infrastructure. It isn’t the only hosting plan on the market, but it is one of the most attractive hosting plan for only $ 11:87 monthly.

Dell Venue Pro: Beautiful display, OK keyboard

The Venue Pro is a bit on the chunky side, and it feels plasticky. The glossy black surface with chrome trim gives it a professional appearance (hence the “Pro” in the name, I guess), while the textured battery cover keeps it from looking dull. Measuring 2.5 by 4.8 by 0.6 inches, the Venue Pro isn’t exactly petite. It is also somewhat heavy, weighing 6.8 ounces. Like all Windows Phone 7 devices, it gives you the standard Back, Menu, and Search touch keys below the display…more

Facebook Deals comes to Canada, beta features 11 retail partners

Canadian consumers now have access to digital coupons via Facebook on their touch screen smartphones. But not all businesses can yet create a deal through the social network – Facebook is first conducting a beta program with 11 retail partners, all of them national brands…more

Technicity Event Info is the beginning of a major effort to grow and strengthen the ICT cluster in Canada’s largest city. The journey began on November 30, 2010, when more than 300 delegates from business, the public sector and academia gathered to assess the current economic landscape and brainstorm around the investment, talent and innovation issues that must be addressed for Toronto’s high-tech firms to remain a competitive force in the industry. After an enormously successful gathering, we are taking those ideas and developing an action plan for change. This portal is a place for information on this project, comments and contributions…more

Oracle to settle false-claims charges against Sun

Oracle Corp. has agreed to pay $46 million to settle claims related to a suit against Sun Microsystems Inc., according to a Justice Department announcement. This settlement resolves allegations under the False Claims Act and Anti-Kickback Act that Sun, which was acquired by Oracle in 2009 for approximately $7.4 billion, “knowingly paid kickbacks to systems integrator companies in return for recommendations that federal agencies purchase Sun’s products,” the Justice statement said…more

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