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Google I/O: 10 Awesome Visions
By Thomas Claburn
Google Glasses, the Nexus Q home entertainment streaming device, Android software upgrades, and a Nexus tablet shine at day one of Google's I/O developer conference.
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Android 4.1 Jelly Bean: Does It Measure Up?
Google's newest OS sports fewer new features than previous updates. Instead, Android 4.1 focuses on improving core features and making the platform faster.

Google Nexus Q: Fight For Living Room On
Google's Nexus Q home media device lets Android phone and tablet users push content from their handhelds to a TV or stereo system.

Google App Engine Gets Ready For Business
Google platform now hosts one million active applications; Release 1.7.0, unveiled at Google I/O, to add business-friendly features.

Obama's Attack On Outsourcing Rings Hypocritical
Campaign jabs at Mitt Romney notwithstanding, the evidence suggests the President wants to use outsourcing to boost ties with India and level the global playing field.

5 Tips To Build Your Personal Social Brand
Consider these best practices for successfully strengthening your social credibility.

MDM As Mobile Strategy, Career Necessity
Mobile device management is about a lot more than managing and monitoring mobile devices. It's a crucial CIO strategy challenge.

NASA Cranks Up Its Rocket Science
Commercial space industry tests rockets, books flights, and builds spaceports in anticipation of playing a bigger role in the U.S. space program.

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Microsoft Surface Tablet: 10 Coolest Features
Microsoft's slick new Windows 8 Surface tablet looks great, though pricing remains a question. Get up close with 10 of its most compelling features.

Google Primed To Debut 7-Inch Tablet At I/O
Mere hours before Google is set to take the stage at its developer conference in San Francisco, sources say its new 7-inch tablet will be the highlight of the show.

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Have we really entered a post-PC world? The new Apple iPad and its tablet rivals still come up short on a few important measures.

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Short term, Apple will make more money. Long term, it will annoy, and lose, even ardent device fans.

 

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