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  Monday, October 24, 2011
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Android 4.0 Vs. iOS 5 Faceoff
By Eric Zeman
Google and Apple introduced new versions of their smartphone platforms this month. Which is better for you?

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Do You Really Need To Build A Mobile App?

Oracle Buys RightNow In Cloud Play
The approximately $1.5 billion deal nets Oracle a key SaaS vendor and taps into soaring interest in customer relationship management software.

Can Google+ Become A Biz Collaboration Tool?

Facebook vs. Google+ gets all the attention. But it may be Yammer that needs to watch its back.

Does Cybercrime Pay?
Turning a profit in today's underground economy remains tough. Here's why.

EHR Best Practices: Who's Winning And Why?
How the most astute hospitals and practices are putting those billions of dollars in federal stimulus funds to productive use.

IBM Completes Algorithmics Buy
Software developer's products help banks and other financial services players identify and reduce risk.

GE Admits Inaccuracies With EHR Reporting
Centricity customers should hold off on Meaningful Use attestation until problem is fixed, the company says.

QUOTE OF THE DAY
If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. Then quit. There's no point in being a damn fool about it. -- W. C. Fields

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Managed Services Deliver Cost Savings And Control
Proof of Identity: How to Choose Multifactor Authentication

Galaxy Nexus Vs. RAZR: Android Smackdown
Broken State of Backup

Virtual Event: Gathering And Analyzing Security Intelligence In The Enterprise

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"I love when people think that Android invented the notification bar. Windows Mobile had [it] way before, and when Android was released, most of it was comprised of stuff stolen straight from iOS!!"
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"Motorolla is well known for delivering buggy fidgety devices -- so as much as I hate Samsung for being the biggest Apple rip-off on earth, I must say my vote goes to good 'ol Sammy."
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Galaxy Nexus Vs. RAZR: Android Smackdown
Motorola and Samsung both debuted brand new LTE 4G Android superphones on Tuesday. Which is the better device?

Android 4.0 Vs. iOS 5 Faceoff
Google and Apple introduced new versions of their smartphone platforms this month. Which is better for you?

4Chan Founder Challenges Facebook, Google On Identity
Facebook and Google have identity all wrong, according to 4Chan founder Chris Poole.

Can Anonymous Cripple Critical U.S. Infrastructure?
Homeland Security says Anonymous can cause DDoS attacks, but says chance of attack on scale of Stuxnet is slim.

Text Messages Remind Grandpa To Take His Meds
Mobile health technology aims to keep older adults healthy and living independently.

 

SLIDESHOWS

What's New in iOS 5
iOS 5 might be the most popular version of Apple's mobile OS yet. When Apple released it as a digital download through iTunes on Oct. 12 the heavy demand almost crashed Apple's servers. Available for the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, and all iPads, this update includes more than 200 enhancements for a reasonable price--it's free. This visual tour focuses on 11 major enhancements and four new apps introduced with iOS 5.   View Now


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15 Tech Venture Capitalists Worth Knowing

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"Big Data, Big Decisions, Big Impact" - Michael Dell speaks with IWTV at Web 2.0 Summit

Michael Dell, founder and CEO of Dell Inc., speaks with IWTV about how to distill Big Data into something meaningful and translate it into customers. David Berlind interviews Dell while at Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, 2011.   Watch

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Solar-Powered Mobile Device Charging Goes Social
Q&A: Reid Hoffman, Partner at Greylock, Co-Founder & Executive Chairman of LinkedIn

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Broken State of Backup
Data protection industry analysts agree that "backup is broken." In this webcast we'll identify key areas where current backup models are failing and how to resolve those issues. It happens Thursday, October 20, 2011 -- Time: 10:00 am PT / 1:00 pm ET More Information & Registration

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Learn about the latest cloud technologies and platforms from industry leaders and thinkers at Cloud Connect. It takes place in Santa Clara, Calif., Feb. 13-16.
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