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  Tuesday, October 25, 2011
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Between The Lines Columnist RIM Missed Opportunity For Straight Talk
By Jonathan Feldman
BlackBerry maker made some snazzy announcements last week, but unless it can settle the widespread unease about its recent network outage, customers will move on.

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Windows XP At 10: No Life Support
Businesses that have not begun the Windows 7 transition may find themselves scrambling, Microsoft says.

9 LinkedIn Etiquette Tips
Consider this advice on how to put your best foot forward on the most business-like of social networks.

IBM Beats Oracle, Microsoft With Big Data Leap
Hadoop-based InfoSphere BigInsights platform goes live on SmartCloud infrastructure, beating Oracle and Microsoft to market.

When SaaS Apps Don't Connect: One Answer
MuleSoft puts its enterprise service bus in the cloud with SaaS connectors, other supporting services.

Google Sells Chromebooks Without Subscriptions
Monthly fee model expanded to allow customers to purchase the Web-centric notebooks outright.

Oracle Vs. The World
Oracle has its foot on the gas pedal, pushing the company faster than ever. But to what destination?

Nasdaq Server Breach: 3 Expected Findings
While federal investigators remain quiet about the ongoing investigation, experts say that the Directors Desk data breach is even worse than thought.

Nokia Trades Windows Phone Innovation For Speed
When Nokia World kicks off in London on Wednesday, look for the company's first Microsoft Windows Phone devices. But don't look for unique.

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Age is not a particularly interesting subject. Anyone can get old. All you have to do is live long enough. -- Don Marquis

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Fundamentals: The Switch to IPv6
IPv4 address space is being gobbled up by the vast number of devices connecting to the Internet, and it's expected to be depleted in the next year. So the question is not whether to make the move to IPv6 but when. Review recommendations for ensuring that your data center is fully ready.
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Anonymous Attacks Child Pornography Websites
Hacktivist group disables numerous darknet child pornography sites, publishes 1,500 related usernames, and invites FBI and Interpol to investigate.

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

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 App Market Reaches 500,000 Submissions
More than one-third of apps have been yanked, leaving about 315,000 applications still available in Android Market, research firm says.

NASA, Microsoft Reveal Mars In Pictures
As Earth's closest neighbor and with an atmosphere more similar to Earth's than any other planet in the solar system, Mars has long been a subject of great interest to astronomers and the public. NASA began exploring Mars with unmanned spacecraft in the 1970s, and the space agency hopes to eventually send a human to the Red Planet. In March 2009, NASA and Microsoft partnered under a Space Act Agreement to make images of Mars and other planets available through Microsoft's WorldWide Telescope, an online "virtual telescope." When viewed through Worldwide Telescope, users can study the surface of Mars in detail, while zooming in and out and panning its surface.

 

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iPhone Through The Years: Visual Tour A look at where the iPhone has come from and where it's going.   View Now


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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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