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Vard buys marine software, automation provider

ATHENS: Seaonics, part of Singapore-based shipyard group Vard, has acquired ICD Software, which provides automation and control system software to the offshore and marine sectors. The purchase price for the business was not disclosed. Vard says the deal will enable Seaonics to expand its business in deck handling equipment and automation technology for cranes and winches, particularly for drilling vessels.ICD ... Read More »

ENI’s Goliat field likely to face 50% increase on planned cost

OSLO: Extracting and processing oil and gas at a profit has always been a numbers game. Last year the price for crude oil dropped by 60%, leading to thousands of job cuts across Norway. It’s now more critical than ever  for operators to make better use of IT to understand and manage every element of risk and uncertainty to safeguard ... Read More »

German’s Harting Group developing automated production line to take orders online

BERLIN: If customers of Germany’s Harting Group, a maker of industrial plugs and sockets, want bespoke products, they can buy them — if they’re prepared to assemble them from a kit themselves. Volker Franke, the head of Harting’s assembly systems and machine tools business, is working hard to change that. His team is developing an automated production line that takes ... Read More »

Boeing Co. buys UK software business 2d3 Sensing for $25 million

LONDON: Boeing Co. has acquired 2d3 Sensing, the defense software division of United Kingdom-based OMG PLC, for $25 million in cash. The newly acquired business will become part of Boeing’s Insitu Inc. subsidiary, which designs unmanned aircraft systems, Boeing officials said Friday. 2d3 Sensing specializes in motion imagery processing of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance data generated from aerial platforms. Its ... Read More »

Christchurch tech company Jade Software expands to Indonesia, Netherlands

AMSTERDAM: Christchurch tech company Jade software is expanding its global reach, with new offices in the Netherlands and Indonesia. The firm, which creates software for monitoring shipping and logistics at global ports, said the new offices were bases from which to expand into Asia and Europe, Managing director David Lindsay said those offices would be the firm’s first presence in ... Read More »

New software companies investing $29M in Cobleskill

OSLO: A new software company and a Norwegian-American engineering firm are projected to invest $29 million in Cobleskill, New York over the next 10 years. The two technology companies have been approved to operate tax free in Cobleskill for 10 years under Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Start-Up NY program. The companies say they will create 154 new jobs, according to a ... Read More »

Netherlands Werkspot deploys analytics software from Australian Yellowfin

AMSTERDAM: Werkspot, Amsterdam’s number one online platform for the home services market throughout the Netherlands, has deployed analytics software from Australian Business Intelligence provider Yellowfin. The Werkspot platform acts as a portal, connecting consumers with qualified service professionals from a wide range of domestic service industries allowing consumers to post a Request for Proposal (RFP) on Werkspot.nl.  Registered service professionals ... Read More »

Netherlands Werkspot deploys analytics software from Australian Yellowfin

AMSTERDAM: Werkspot, Amsterdam’s number one online platform for the home services market throughout the Netherlands, has deployed analytics software from Australian Business Intelligence provider Yellowfin. The Werkspot platform acts as a portal, connecting consumers with qualified service professionals from a wide range of domestic service industries allowing consumers to post a Request for Proposal (RFP) on Werkspot.nl.  Registered service professionals ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy S6 vs Apple iPhone 6 design, camera, performance, software, battery, memory let’s see which one better

SEOUL: Galaxy S6 is a very important product for Samsung which faces dwindling smartphone sales. The Galaxy S6, unlike its predecessors the Galaxy S5 and Galaxy S4, has made a positive first impression. The bigger question is that if it can take on the leviathan of the industry, the Apple iPhone 6. Let’s do a quick shoot out to compare ... Read More »

Samsung improves design, camera, performance, software, battery, memory of Galaxy S6 to beat Apple iPhone 6

SEOUL: Galaxy S6 is a very important product for Samsung which faces dwindling smartphone sales. The Galaxy S6, unlike its predecessors the Galaxy S5 and Galaxy S4, has made a positive first impression. The bigger question is that if it can take on the leviathan of the industry, the Apple iPhone 6. Let’s do a quick shoot out to compare ... Read More »

Sour Lollipop – bugs, problems, issues and regressions in Android 5.0

BANGALORE: Early adopters of Google’s latest Android operating system are warning others of problems with the software. Adobe said it had not been aware of this “critical” bug before Tuesday and had escalated it with Google. Android 5.0 – also known as Lollipop – is described as a “quantum leap forward” by Google. It revamps the system’s user interface, offers greater control over ... Read More »

NCA arrests hijackers across Europe

LANDON: National Crime Agency (NCA) arrests four people who were hijacking the computers, and seven other people were arrested across the Europe. Police said that hijackers were using designed software which allows the stealing of information. Software, which gives complete access to a victim’s webcam, is known as “Ratting”. The malicious software used to gain control, Remote Access Trojans (Rats). ... Read More »

Taxpayers facing difficulties in submitting tax returns

KARACHI: Taxpayers from across the country are facing problems in paying their tax returns. It is feared that the taxpayers will not be able to submit their tax returns on time and will be consequently fined. The FBR system has been slow since October 23. Today is the last date to file the tax returns. FBR Senior Member Shahid Hussain ... Read More »

Encryption bug ‘Poodle’ attacks Internet

WASHINGTON: Be conscious as another Internet bug ‘Poodle’ has started attacking your computers and making your private conversations public. As per reports, the Google security researchers have revealed that there were weaknesses in methods for securing Internet communication. “Our Web browsers are susceptible to a cyberattack dubbed “Poodle” (Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption). Normally, your web browsers use software ... Read More »

FBR launches tax filing software ‘IRIS’

IRIS will enable taxpayers to file their tax returns from home or office ISLAMABAD: Federal Board of Revenue has launched new software ‘IRIS’ to keep records of taxpayers and to facilitate them in filing their tax returns. In the first step FBR has launched first module of the software ‘Return’ to facilitate the taxpayers, other 8 modules will be launched ... Read More »

FBR designs new software for online tax payments

ISLAMABAD: The Federal Board of Revenue has designed a new software for taxpayers to submit their tax returns online. The new software enables the taxpayers to submit their declarations of income tax, sales tax, withholding tax and federal excise duty through online service. As per details, FBR IT team has introduced the new software to facilitate the taxpayers so that ... Read More »