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We design, develop, deploy, host and maintain websites for our clients. Other services include Website and Email Hosting
A professionally designed website is memorable, intuitive and easy to use. Don’t let inexperienced people decide the faith of your business.
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What our clients say
  •   Cyberminds Ltd Have provided us with a great application that enables us to filter job applicant CVs on the fly. We are delighted as the nightmare of manually going through hundreds of CV is over. I am also impressed by the level and quality of support we received from them as we never wondered one day what to do while working with this company. .

    John Price      18/08/2010
  •   I was looking for an e-commerce website and Cyberminds have given me more than an online business. Our web site works fine and we have never had any major problem with it. The price was really good. I proudly recommend this company to anyone in need of a website. .

    Rachel Jones      4/3/2011
  •   I take this chance to thank Cyberminds for the work that has been done for my company. They have created an awesome website for me with a beautiful design. the contract was respected, they finished the job on time and the price was very attractive. I really recommend this company to anyone who needs a serious website. Thank you for your service! .

    Lord Fulama      15/7/2011
  •   As an estate agent manager, we have worked with many companies but Cyberminds Ltd have really impressed us as we soon realised that they didn't just come to us to dump a piece of software and get their money. They offered us a real business solution and were very nice people to work with. I wish many people have this lovely experience. .

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  • Microsoft goes after Google and Amazon with hybrid cloud push

    With a series of cloud announcements on Monday, Microsoft moved to put a stake in the ground with hybrid cloud computing and emerge from the shadow of cloud rivals Google and Amazon.

    "This helps get Microsoft onto an equal footing with Amazon and Google, who are the most talked about cloud players today," said Dan Olds, an analyst with The Gabriel Consulting Group. "It's a smart move. It gives Microsoft a unique offering that can't easily be matched by its competitors right now."

    At a news conference in San Francisco Monday afternoon, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and Scott Guthrie, the company's cloud division chief, pushed Azure, Microsoft's cloud platform, and announced a deal with Dell to offer a private cloud package of software and hardware for its Azure services.

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  • Microsoft loves Linux -- for Azure's sake

    Microsoft now loves Linux.

    This was the message from Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, standing in front of an image that read "Microsoft [heart symbol] Linux," during a Monday webcast to announce a number of services it had added to its Azure cloud, including the Cloudera Hadoop package and the CoreOS Linux distribution.

    In addition, the company launched a marketplace portal, now in preview mode, designed to make it easier for customers to procure and manage their cloud operations.

    Microsoft is also planning to release an Azure appliance, in conjunction with Dell, that will allow organizations to run hybrid clouds where they can easily move operations between Microsoft's Azure cloud and their own in-house version.

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  • IPhones dial up larger Apple profit in Q4

    Apple's iPad shipments declined, but strong iPhone 6 and 6 Plus sales buoyed the company's profit in its fourth quarter for fiscal 2014.

    Apple's net profit was US$8.5 billion during the quarter, up from $7.5 billion in the same quarter one year ago, the company said on Monday.

    Revenue was $42.1 billion for the quarter ending on Sept. 27, growing from $37.5 billion in the same quarter last year. Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters expected revenue of $39.88 billion for the quarter.

    IPhone shipments were 39.27 million units in the fourth quarter, increasing from 33.8 million units in same quarter last year. IPad shipments were 12.3 million, falling from 14.08 million units a year ago. Mac shipments totaled 5.5 million units, compared to 4.58 million units during the year-ago quarter.

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  • Sprint cuts 452 HQ jobs in IT, network and technology areas

    Sprint recently cut 452 jobs from its headquarters in Overland Park, Kan., an amount that equals about 6% of the 7,500 workers there.

    The company is expected to make more job cuts this month, including from other locations in the U.S., further lowering the ranks of its 33,000-person work force. Since January, the company has cut its ranks by about 5,000, from 38,000.

    The latest headquarters cuts were in IT and portfolio management and Sprint’s network, technology and product areas, according to a statement by spokesperson Roni Singleton. Some employees will work their last day on Nov. 7 and others will finish Nov. 14.

    “Sprint is focused on competing aggressively in the marketplace,” Singleton said. “We want our customers to pay less for a better value on a new networks. As part of this plan, we have to more closely align our cost structure with that of our competitors.”

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  • Are higher frequencies mobile's next frontier? The FCC wants to know

    Some mobile researchers think future networks will reach into higher frequencies to keep up with traffic, and the Federal Communications Commission wants to know how it might help to make that possible.

    Most of the world's cellular networks send calls and data traffic over frequencies below 6GHz. Growing demand is expected to put the squeeze on those spectrum bands in a few years, and one way out may be to start using largely untapped frequencies in so-called millimeter-wave bands. Though experts say most of those bands are still lightly used, unleashing smartphones and other mobile devices on them would require some regulatory changes.

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    To get ahead of that game, on Oct. 17 the FCC announced a Notice of Inquiry to ask what new high-frequency mobile technology might achieve and which bands might be best to use. New advances could make millimeter-wave radios part of 5G, the next generation of mobile communications, the FCC said in a news release. That generation is expected to reach the real world around 2020.

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  • IBM preps for a post-silicon world

    IBM's decision to get out of the semiconductor manufacturing business may be of little consequence in a post-silicon world.

    In a deal announced today, GlobalFoundries is getting IBM's semiconductor manufacturing business and IBM is paying the company $1.5 billion to take it. In exchange, IBM gets access to manufacturing scale it does not have.

    IBM's latest weak quarter, also announced Monday, clouds the manufacturing exit. CEO Ginni Rometty all but apologized for the slack earnings. But that doesn't change the fact that silicon is reaching its performance limits and there's no clear replacement.

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  • With chip fabs gone, IBM's hardware future will be in high-end design

    IBM may have sold off its chip manufacturing business, but don't count it out as a hardware force to be reckoned with. It still plans to fight on, developing faster computers and cognitive computing systems like Watson.

    IBM will pay $1.5 billion to GlobalFoundries to take over its chip-making factories, but will continue to design high-end chips and sell servers and supercomputers. Its hardware future now rests on the Power processor architecture, which over the years has been used by Apple in some Macs, Sony's PlayStation 3 and IBM mainframes. The Power processor will continue to appear in supercomputers, though GlobalFoundries will make the actual chips.

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  • Samsung delivers fix for SSD slowdowns

    One of Samsung's most affordable consumer solid-state drives is experiencing read slowdowns with older data, a problem the company has now addressed with a firmware upgrade and installation guide.

    Samsung's 840 EVO SSD is the company's second-generation 3-bit multi-level cell (MLC) SSD, and it's one of the most affordable drives on the market today, retailing for under 50 cents per gigabyte. For example, a 1TB 840 EVO SSD sells for $459 at online retail sites such as Tigerdirect. The EVO line followed the 840 SSD line.

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  • Hands on: Toshiba's Chromebook 2 makes a fantastic first impression

    It isn't every day that a Chromebook manages to grab my attention. 

    We see tons of new models, sure, but let's be honest: Most of them are pretty ho-hum, with nothing much to set them apart and more than a few major compromises. And the louder the hype, it seems, the more likely a device is to come up short.

    That isn't the case with Toshiba's new Chromebook 2. The laptop, on sale now for $330, may not be making much in the way of marketing noise -- but based on my first impressions, at least, it could very well end up being one of the most compelling Chrome OS options available today.

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  • Chinese Big Brother launches nationwide attack on iCloud

    The FBI, via Director James Comey’s latest speech, is not the only authority worried about encryption enabled on Apple’s new iPhones. The iPhone 6 launched in China last week and the new encryption capabilities may be behind Chinese authorities launching a man-in-the-middle attack on Apple’s iCloud. This is not a small-scale targeted attack on a few new iPhone owners, but a huge-scale attack implemented on the level of the Great Firewall of China.

    GreatFire, which monitors censorship in China, claims the “Great Firewall of China is wiretapping Apple’s iCloud;” GreatFire co-founder Charlie Smith told the South China Morning Post, "We know that the attack point is the Chinese internet backbone and that it is nationwide, which would lead us to be 100% sure that this is again the work of the Chinese authorities. Only Chinese [Internet service providers] and the government have access to the backbone.”

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  • Ask Watson or Siri: Artificial intelligence is as elusive as ever

    In 1966, some MIT researchers reckoned that they could develop computer vision as a summer project, perhaps even get a few smart undergrads to complete the task.

    The world has been working on the problem ever since.

    Computer vision is where computers recognize objects like people do. That's a tree. He's Carlos. And so on. It's one of a number of tasks we consider essential for generalized artificial intelligence, in which machines can act and reason as humans do.

    While we've been making some considerable headway in computer vision, especially in recent years, that it has taken 50 years longer than expected shows why AI (artificial intelligence) is such a difficult and elusive goal.

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  • iOS 8.1 arrives, which means Apple Pay is also here

    Forget minor updates like iOS 8.01 and 8.02. We were waiting for 8.1, which is packed with major features like Apple Pay, iCloud Photo Library, and support for Continuity so your phone and your Mac will work in perfect harmony. Now it’s ready to install.

    So far, there have been no reports of major issues downloading 8.1, but it’s always safe to wait before upgrading (especially if you haven’t backed up your device).

    What you can expect: If you have an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus, Apple Pay will function as your wallet at participating retail stores. Simply store your credit or debit card information in Passbook and wave your iPhone near a near-field communications reader at a store that accepts Apple Pay. Authenticate your fingerprint with Touch ID and your transaction is complete. Check out our guide on how and where to use Apple Pay before getting started.

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  • Expect anemic mobile phone growth in U.S. through 2018

    The overall mobile phone market in the U.S. will decline this year by 1% even as many emerging countries around the world see robust growth, an IDC analyst said Monday.

    After several years of accelerated growth, the U.S. market is feeling the effects of market saturation and smartphone ownership that's lasting longer than once expected, Ramon Llamas, an analyst IDC, said in an updated forecast.

    IDC's five-year forecast issued for October significantly undercuts its April forecast, dropping expectations for U.S. smartphone and feature phone shipments by manufacturers to retailers. IDC now expects 1.7 million fewer phones shipped in 2104 than it had expected in April; it predicts 174 million phones will ship this year, with that figure declining gradually to 169 million in 2018.

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  • IBM CEO defends bumpy financial ride as company strategy shifts

    IBM CEO Ginni Rometty is moving quickly to quell concerns about the company's sinking earnings and defend a deal to pay more than a billion dollars to hand off its money-losing microelectronics business to GlobalFoundries.

    In a conference call held Monday after IBM issued its earnings report, Rometty firmly asserted that the dip in earnings as well as the chip-business deal were necessary for the company to make bold moves to stay current in a tumultuous time of change in the IT industry.

    "Make no mistakes, our results in this quarter were disappointing and we don't want to minimize that," she said. "But we have been very clear that this industry is shifting and we have been executing a strategy that moves this company to the future. We are reinventing and managing this company for the long term ... I absolutely convinced we are over the right targets."

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  • Researcher creates proof-of-concept worm for network-attached storage devices

    Network-attached storage (NAS) devices are riddled with vulnerabilities that can put the security of sensitive data and networks at risk, a researcher has found. To prove his point, he has created a proof-of-concept worm that can infect devices from three different manufacturers.

    Earlier this year, Jacob Holcomb, a security analyst at Baltimore-based firm Independent Security Evaluators, started researching the security of NAS devices. He selected popular devices from 10 manufacturers and found that they all were susceptible to root compromise. In addition, he found that exploiting half of them did not require authentication.

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  • IBM earnings slump as company shifts to cloud, mobile and analytics

    IBM is hitting a rough patch financially as it shifts its strategy from hardware to cloud, mobile and analytics technology.

    The company, considered a technology bellwether for the scope of its product portfolio and geographical breadth, reported Monday that profit and revenue declined in the third quarter.

    "We are disappointed in our performance. We saw a marked slowdown in September in client buying behavior, and our results also point to the unprecedented pace of change in our industry," CEO Ginni Rometty said in a statement.

    IBM results indicate that the company is finding it tough to keep up with the change. Third-quarter net income was $3.5 billion compared with $4.1 billion in the third quarter of 2013, a decrease of 17 percent. Revenue was down 4 percent year-on-year to $22.4 billion.

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  • Is the darn thing on?
    IT News Jason Zack, Wikimedia Commons

    I was having dinner recently at the home of a friend, a doctor with extremely impressive diagnostic skills. Since I spent many years in the high-tech business, as an engineer and as a manager, he said to me, “Steve, my computer backups aren’t running. Would you mind taking a quick look?”

    As I did so, he explained all the things he’d tried to do to fix his problem: reinstalling the software, trying to do backups at different times, verifying that the cables were all attached, sacrificing a latte, and so on. As he finished, I reached over and turned on the external hard drive.

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  • IBM exits semiconductor business and re-creates itself

    With its decision today to sell its semiconductor business, IBM is shifting from manufacturing to a company that focuses on research, software and advanced systems development.

    In announcing the $1.5 billion sale of its microelectronics manufacturing unit to GlobalFoundries, IBM emphasized several important things about its business, research and jobs direction.

    Microelectronics manufacturing is not a big slice of IBM, which generated $100 billion in revenue last year. However, it directly tied its semiconductor research to its manufacturing capability.

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  • Setting up OS X Yosemite the way you want it

    Apple's OS X Yosemite has dozens of new features and plenty of tricks to keep Mac users busy, but getting your system working just the way you want it to may take a few tweaks.

    You and your UI

    Yosemite has a new transparent view, but you may get slightly better system performance if you turn it off: System Preferences>Accessiblity>Display…"Reduce Transparency".

    You can also set your menu bar and dock up to be darker, which you may prefer to Apple's default translucency. To use dark mode go to System Preferences>General…"Use dark menu bar and Dock".

    Returning to Accessibility preferences, please explore those available as they let you adjust contrast levels, text and cursor size and create spoken-word commands.

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  • Snapchat rolls out non-'creepy' ads that still might get creepy

    Ads are officially coming to Snapchat, in a form the company says is not "targeted," but Snapchat's own terms of service suggest it could do something very much like that.

    The first ad will appear this weekend in the U.S., in the "recent updates" section of the app. That means it won't be pushed to users like a personal message, and users can choose whether to open it or not. It will disappear after it is viewed or within 24 hours, the same way the "Stories" feature works, the company said Friday in a blog post.

    The company did not say who the first advertiser would be, and a spokeswoman declined to comment further.

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  • IBM to cast off its semiconductor unit in $1.3B deal

    IBM will sell the semiconductor technologies unit that makes its Power processors to GlobalFoundries, paying the chip manufacturer about $1.3 billion to take two factories off its hands in a move to save money.

    Like many old-school tech companies, IBM has struggled to find its feet in a world where mobile devices and cloud services are becoming increasingly important. The company is under pressure to cut costs as well as find ways to halt falling revenues.

    The deal with GlobalFoundries and the sale of its server business to Lenovo falls into the first category. In a bid a to get a better foothold in the growing mobile enterprise sector, the company announced a partnership with Apple in July. As part of the deal IBM will develop iOS apps that integrate with its big data and analytics services and promote iPhones and iPads.

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  • How-to: Get started with MariaDB

    MariaDB is a fork of the wildly popular open source database MySQL. Although MariaDB is very similar to MySQL, it is not necessarily the same. One of the primary goals behind the MariaDB project is to serve as a drop-in replacement for MySQL, but MariaDB also offers features beyond those available in MySQL.

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  • 16 tips for thriving as an IT contractor

    When demand exceeds the supply of available IT talent, many companies are using contractors to help fill the gaps. IT contractors provide manpower when workloads spike and can bring key expertise and skills to a team. (See related story, Life as an IT contractor)

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  • HP unveils cloud config manager

    HP unveiled a network virtualization system for large enterprises and cloud providers designed to simplify network configuration.

    Called Distributed Cloud Networking (DCN), HP says the product allows service providers and large organizations to deploy secure cloud networks across a distributed infrastructure in minutes instead of months. DCN is also intended to optimize network resources and speed time-to-market, HP says, through centralized control and automated management of private, public or hybrid data centers.

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  • Telco Systems lays groundwork for fewer management worries with virtual routers, firewalls

    Hosted service vendor Telco Systems is hoping to make it easier for businesses to buy cloud-based routers and firewalls, but the company first has to convince service providers it's a good idea.

    Virtualization has already changed how enterprises build and manage their IT infrastructure, and now mobile operators are looking at doing the same thing, and vendors are re-architecting their products. Two areas that are ripe for moving from hardware to hosted environments are security and network equipment, according to telecom vendor Telco Systems.

    The purported advantages to businesses are the same as with other cloud-based services. IT departments at businesses of all sizes won't in this case have to install and manage routers and firewalls, an increasingly complicated task as both product categories are becoming more advanced.

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  • How to control trolls with Google+

    Every major social network is a mixed bag of good qualities and bad. For example, the best quality of Twitter might be its limit on the length of tweets, which enables you to follow many people and organizations without getting bogged down in long-winded, complicated posts.

    The worst quality of Twitter, in my opinion, is the weakness of tools, features and policies for protecting against cyber-harassment. Trolls, bullies, racists and other haters run wild on Twitter, and there's little ordinary users can do about it.

    Which brings us to one of the best things about Google+: The social network is nearly ideal for posting publicly and in the full light of day, while simultaneously protecting against trolls and other haters.

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  • Is your Ethernet fast enough? 4 new speeds are in the works

    Ethernet's future is about much more than the next top speed: The engineers charting a path for the ubiquitous networking protocol are looking at several new versions to serve a variety of applications.

    At a meeting last Thursday of the Ethernet Alliance, an industry group that promotes IEEE Ethernet standards, three major new projects were up for discussion.

    To meet immediate demands in cloud data centers, there's a standard in the works for 25Gbps (bits per second). For the kinds of traffic expected in those clouds a few years from now, experts are already discussing a 50Gbps specification. And for enterprises with new, fast Wi-Fi access points, there may soon be 2.5Gbps Ethernet. That's in addition to the next top speed for carrier backbones and moves to adapt the technology for use in cars.

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  • IBM to PAY GlobalFoundries to take chip fab unit

    IBM is reportedly putting up its chip fabs on the market, paying GlobalFoundries to take the money loser off its hands. Bloggers are astounded, shocked, and -- as always -- opinionated as ever.

    In IT Blogwatch, bloggers ask for fish.

    Filling in for our humble blogwatcher Richi Jennings, is a humbler Stephen Glasskeys.


    Marc Ferranti boosts, transfers, finalizes and deals:

    Under pressure to boost margins, IBM is set to make what it calls a "major business announcement" Monday morning, an indication that it has finalized a deal to transfer chip-making operations to GlobalFoundries.

    IBM CEO Ginni Rometty is looking for ways to increase margins as revenue growth slows while it transitions to new technology and services offerings.  MORE


    No spect-ulation by Joseph Spector on existing commitments: [Ahem - Ed.]

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  • You'll pay a lot more for an unlocked Nexus 6 smartphone

    Google's new Nexus 6 smartphone will start at $649, unlocked, when pre-orders begin on Oct. 29. The price is nearly double the $349 starting price charged for the Nexus 5 a year ago.

    Google didn't elaborate on the price increase after announcing the Nexus 6 on Wednesday, but several analysts said Google may be intending to push the Nexus as a premium brand that can compete with the iPhone 6 and other high-end phones.

    Google originally developed Android to be inclusive and global, and indeed, it is the world's largest OS by far. The company developed the Nexus line in 2010 to show Android phone manufacturers, and the public, how a pure Android phone could look and feel without the added features and bloatware installed by phone makers.

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  • iRobot CEO decries the slow advance of robotics

    The CEO of one of the biggest and arguably the best-known robotics companies in the world is disappointed at the progress being made in the industry, which he says is nowhere near where he thought it would be today.

    "We are just about none of the way to where we need to be to create a robot industry that is understood as a robot industry and not an interesting adjunct to another industry," said

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    Colin Angle, CEO and co-founder of iRobot

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