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Between The Lines Columnist Windows Phone 8: Ready For Business?
By Fritz Nelson
Windows Phone 8 has five important new elements for enterprises. But simply compare Windows Phone 8 to iOS and Android and you'll miss Microsoft's larger goal.

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Bromium Brings Hypervisor Security To Applications
Startup aims to beef up performance and security in the data center by bringing virtualization to the next level--the application level.

Facebook Settles Lawsuit Over Sponsored Stories
Proposes paying $10 million to settle class action lawsuit over using Facebook users' names and images in advertising without their permission.

Microsoft Surface: Enterprise Tablet Market Isn't Enough
Windows 8 tablets will need to take off with consumers before CIOs will embrace them. Here's why.

25 CIOs Transforming Healthcare
InformationWeek Healthcare's second annual list of IT executives highlights the exceptional thinkers and doers who are moving patient care forward.

When New Social Networks, Old Tools Clash
Many organizations struggle to make employee social networks mesh with existing collaboration systems, say attendees at Enterprise 2.0.

Apple Gets Patent For Polluting Electronic Profiles
Apple patent describes how privacy can be protected by disseminating fake data.

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Galaxy S III, Samsung's new flagship smartphone, seems just the right size and packs plenty of content sharing, camera, and voice capabilities.

Microsoft's Windows Phone 8: The Bad
As exciting as the new features for Windows Phone 8 are, here are several reasons for Windows Phone 7 users to get angry.

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.

Microsoft Tablet Surfaces A New Strategy
Surface looks to be an intriguing tablet in the short term, but harmful to Microsoft's fragile partner ecosystem. Consider these five possible motivations driving Microsoft.

 

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Scalado Re-Imagines What Smartphone Cameras Can Do
At Mobile World Congress, Nokia introduced a 41 megapixel camera in a new phone, and HTC came out with some pretty amazing technology as well. But Scalado, a company many haven't heard of, is busy re-inventing what phone cameras can do.   Watch

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