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Samsung's Android Tablet Reviewed
With the debut of its Froyo-based Galaxy Tab Samsung wades into the tablet market, but does Android scale well enough to compete? Our columnist put the Tab through the paces to find out.
• First Impressions Of Samsung's Galaxy Tab
• Samsung Galaxy Tab Teardown
• Five Vital Samsung Tab Facts
Oracle V. SAP: Writing Is On The Wall
At the halfway point of the tech trial of the year, we have solid clues as to what SAP will argue and what the jury will decide. Less certain is the lasting impact on the software industry.
Facebook Debuts E-mail Service
Every Facebook user who wants a Facebook.com e-mail address will get one, the company says.
Microsoft Tops 2010 BI Survey
In a finding that bodes well for Microsoft SQL Server, a new InformationWeek report shows 49% of firms are using the vendor's business intelligence tools.
EMC To Acquire Isilon For $2.25 Billion
The deal will give EMC a bigger play in the growing scale-out network attached storage market.
Apple Releases iTunes 10.1
iOS 4.2, yet to be released for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, syncs with Apple's updated digital media application.
Android 3.0 Reported To Arrive On 'MOTOPAD'
Google has been shy about providing details of future versions of Android. Android 3.0, whatever it entails, is reported to debut with a Motorola-made tablet.
Photo Site Takes Different 'Path' To Social Networking
Path, launched by former Facebook and Napster executives, allows users to share photos with up to 50 contacts.
China Steals Supercomputer Crown From U.S.
Computing cold war looms as People's Republic's Tianhe-1A system grabs top spot from Cray system.
Fake Angry Birds App Exposes Android Vulnerability
Flaw bypasses a security control, allowing an application to silently download and grant complete access rights to additional apps.
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More Java Warnings, More Java Worries
By Keith Ferrell
The attractiveness of unpatched Java as an attack entry-point continues to grow, as do calls for all users to patch Java immediately. But in order to do that, you need to know who's running which version of Java.
Architects and Engineers Get Eprint Option
By Lamont Wood
Wide-format HP inkjet allows remote printing of plans and diagrams. Scanning and copying is also supported.
SMBs: Embrace Imperfection
By Michele Pepe-Warren
Think you have to be perfect all the time to succeed? That your business will be "blacklisted" if you make a mistake or if something happens that makes your operation appear less-than-stellar? Not so. In fact, there's one exec who believes you should embrace your humanity, and, as we all know, to err is human.
SSD Lessons From The iPad
By George Crump
In their latest quarterly filings Apple stated that they have sold over 4.2 million iPads, exceeding most people's expectations. So popular is the iPad that Apple is taking some of the lessons learned on the product and incorporating them into their next generation of notebooks starting with the MacBook Air. One of those lessons is how Apple is integrating Solid State Disk (SSD) into the product line. Enterprise storage manufacturers need to pay attention and learn a lesson.
Mitel Unveils Cloud UC Service
By Paul Korzeniowski
Unified communications (UC) hardware (basically IP PBXes) has become a losing proposition for suppliers as hardware has become commoditized. In response, Mitel continued its evolution away from hardware to becoming a software supplier with a series of announcements, including a cloud UC service.
Turbulence at the Rack Edge
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