Water cooling returns to IBM mainframeview story

http://www.networkworld.com – IBM next week will add water-cooling to a mainframe offering for the first time in 15 years; the company has started offering the technology fror blade servers and supercomputers in recent years. (IT news)

Study: Less sleep means more depressionview story

http://www.itwire.com – An Australian-U.S. study has shown that young adults getting less than five hours of sleep each night are at greater risk of depression and other psychological distresses. (IT news)

Reviewed: KDE 4.5view story

http://www.tuxradar.com – Trepidation. That about sums up the feeling of upgrading to a new version of KDE. You want to like it, but are afraid that whatever has been fixed will be counterbalanced by something rather sucky. This version of KDE has seen 16,022 bugs fixed and 1,723 new feature requests added, so the balance is in favour of not-sucky. Or is it? read more (IT news)

Vividwireless deploys RightNow CRM for customer service supportview story

http://www.itwire.com – vividwireless has deployed RightNow's CX customer relationship management system to support the delivery of its customer service across multiple interaction channels including phone, web, email and chat. (IT news)

Skype Connect (Skype for SIP) makes Skype a serious business telcoview story

http://www.itwire.com – Skype has launched Skype Connect 1.0 - previously available in beta as Skype for SIP - a service that enables a business' IP PBX or unified comms systems to make and receive calls via Skype. (IT news)

VMware foreshadows major strategy shiftview story

http://www.itwire.com – VMware is promising to launch - at its annual customer event VMworld 2010 in San Francisco - a new IT-as-a-service strategy along with what it says will be "a full suite of cloud computing solutions to help businesses move towards a business-centric, services-oriented way of using IT." (IT news)

Google Priority Inbox - auto-sorting the sheep from the goatsview story

http://www.itwire.com – Google’s Gmail service is the email service of choice for millions of people and it’s spam filtering is one of the reasons many like it so much. Google is now applying its search and filter technology to the task of prioritising the most important messages in your inbox with Priority Inbox. (IT news)

Local councils keen to deliver info to smartphonesview story

http://www.itwire.com – Australia's citizens rely heavily on the services and facilities provided by local councils, and on access to information about those services. Councils embraced the Internet long ago. Now a survey suggests that they are gearing up to deliver to smartphones. (IT news)

Telco leaders unite to pan NBN & lobby for ubiquitous wireless 'NBN 3.0'view story

http://www.itwire.com – Executives from seven of Australia's telcos have united to lobby against the NBN, claiming Australia's broadband future is best left to the market, and best served by ubiquitous wireless coverage. (IT news)

Telsyte plans expansion with new appointmentview story

http://www.itwire.com – Australian converged communications research and consulting firm, Telsyte, has appointed a new commercial director who the company says is responsible for managing and growing its market research sales, marketing and strategic partnerships team. (IT news)