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Between The Lines Columnist Google I/O Preview: 9 Potential Products
By Thomas Claburn
Get ready for Android Jelly Bean, Google's Nexus tablet, and a host of new products and services to launch at Google's developer conference this week.

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Apple's Planned Obsolescence: Customer Revolt Brews
Short term, Apple will make more money. Long term, it will annoy, and lose, even ardent device fans.

Microsoft: We Won't Build Own Windows Phones
Microsoft exec categorically denies reports that the company plans to bring its Surface tablet strategy to the smartphone market.

Oracle's Recent Software Buys Fuel Customer Experience Strategy
New Oracle Customer Experience (CX) offering melds capabilities from ATG, Endeca, RightNow, and Vitrue, to advance Siebel/Fusion customer relationship management play.

State Street Private Cloud: $600 Million Savings Goal
If everyone writes software for the same cloud-based development platform, code sharing becomes easier, and State Street has to write dramatically less code, saving big on software development. Take a look at the plan.

10 Developments Show Government Cloud Maturing
Emerging trends such as FedRAMP, community clouds, and single-source contracts point to the start of phase two for cloud computing in federal government.

HP Without Itanium: A Three-Pronged Strategy
Regardless of how its trial against Oracle goes, there will be no new versions of Oracle software on Itanium. Here's how HP might turn the page.

IBM Serves New Tennis Analytics At Wimbledon
Tennis fans can check out 'SlamTracker' stats, player-movement tracking, via latest IBM supported innovations for Grand Slam tennis events.

QUOTE OF THE DAY
'Day, n. A period of twenty-four hours, mostly misspent.' -- Ambrose Bierce

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Roll Out of 5,500 Smartphones Saves Company Money and Staff
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Supporting an Enterprise-wide Data Archive and Retention Strategy
Virtual Event: Big Data Analytics

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Posted By Moonkai:
"Why would you even attempt to compare the upcoming google tablet with the iPad/Asus Transformer/Surface? That's like trying to compare a 6cyl Ford Mustang with a Porsche 911."
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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.

8 Things Tablets Still Can't Do
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.

Amazon's 7 Cloud Promises: Hype Vs. Reality
Amazon says cloud computing is an indispensable enabler of seven important computing transformations. We hype-test the promises with a few reality checks.

Top 15 Google Apps For Business
The Google Apps Marketplace is a gold mine for businesses offering dozens, if not hundreds, of generally inexpensive, cloud-based software solutions for everything from project planning to invoicing. Here are 15 of the best.

Apple WWDC: 17 Cool Innovations
Apple unveiled useful tweaks and new ideas at its Worldwide Developer Conference. Take a peek at our favorites, from MacBook Pro to iOS 6.

 

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Microsoft Surface Tablet: 10 Coolest Features
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How Phones Are Helping Us Drive Safer And Even Measuring How Drunk We Are
At the CTIA conference in New Orleans, I saw all the different ways mobile phones are keeping us connected. From the car to our health, it is clear smartphones are becoming a lifestyle choice.   Watch

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InformationWeek 2012 Next Generation WAN Survey
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