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TOP STORY: First Impressions Of Windows Phone 7

MORE NEWS: Google Cars Drive Themselves

ANALYTIC REPORT: All Oracle, All the Time?

WHITEPAPER: Efficient Backups for VMware

SLIDESHOW: Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 Revealed

VIDEO: Part 3: Don't Dread Threads

BLOG: Ultimate Smartphone Platform Has Been Created, Apparently

WEBCAST: Data Center Reality: One Size Does Not Fit All

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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

 
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First Impressions Of Windows Phone 7


Microsoft's new smartphone operating system is a complete change-up compared to the older versions. Did Microsoft go far enough?

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Microsoft Unveils Windows Phone 7 Lineup

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Windows Phone 7 To Power Slates?

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Google Cars Drive Themselves

Sit back, relax, and leave the driving to Google.

Samsung Galaxy Tab To Cost $399 With Contract


Unless consumers can buy the tablet PC for less than they'd pay for an Apple iPad, it will have a tough time competing in the crowded market.

HD7 From HTC Is T-Mobile's First Windows Phone


Microsoft, HTC, and T-Mobile on Monday announced the HD7, one of the first Windows Phone 7 devices. Stand-out features include a 4.3-inch display and a 1GHz processor.

Global CIO: Are HP And SAP Perfect Match Or Train Wreck?


Unless HP intends to become a software powerhouse, its hiring of ex-SAP CEO Apotheker makes zero sense. So where's the benefit for SAP?

Google Closing GOOG-411, Microsoft May Shut Massive


Automated directory assistance and in-game advertising turn out to be tough businesses.

Social Networks Meet Customer Service

Text analytics technologies bring Twitter and Facebook streams into mainstream CRM workflows.

Apple iOS Leads Android In Enterprise Activations

The Apple iPhone and iPad accounted for more than half of enterprise mobile device activations in the third quarter according to Good Technology.

Apple Apps Rival Prime Time TV Reach

Through iOS devices, advertisers can reach more people than many popular TV shows.

Marvell Unveils Four Channel 802.11n Chip

Addition of a fourth transmit-receive chain to the firm's Avastar chip supports up to 450-Mbps data rates over Wi-Fi networks.



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Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 Revealed
Microsoft has completely updated its mobile operating system with Windows Phone 7, which offers more of a social media focus than one might expect, complete with "hubs" for people, pictures, music, games, and office apps.   View Now

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Featured BloggerUltimate Smartphone Platform Has Been Created, Apparently


By Ed Hansberry

In a statement filled with more hubris than Steve Jobs would ever consider using, Google's Andy Rubin has essentially declared that Android is the last platform for smartphones that the world needs. With Microsoft announcing Windows Phone 7 today, HP readying a new version of Palm's WebOS, as well as other platform launches and relaunches, these companies sure would have saved themselves a lot of time and money if Rubin had only spoken up earlier.

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No Such Thing As Free Public WiFi

By Dave Methvin


A recent feature on National Public Radio reminded me of the old Windows XP bug with the "Free Public Wi-Fi" viral networking entry and how it has plagued travelers with Windows PCs for a decade. The problem is declining as Windows XP does, but there's a simple fix for XP to get rid of it once and for all.

Insiders Still Remain Potential Powerful Threat

By George Hulme


While malware and hacker attacks continue to make the headlines, recent events remind us that insiders still pose a potent threat.

Energy Is 12 Percent of Data Center Costs, Says Gartner

By Lamont Wood


Energy is rising faster than other category of data center expenses, and the rising population of servers is blamed. Could virtualization help?

The Autonomy of Google And Facebook Services

By Jim Rapoza


At last week's TechCrunch Disrupt, Google CEO Eric Schmidt and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg both touted a new technology that will be key to the growth of both companies. This technology is autonomous search, which lets sites and services know what you're looking for before you even search for it.


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Data Center Reality: One Size Does Not Fit All


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