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From talent management, payroll, analytics, HRMS and other niche HR solutions, this year saw several cool innovations and emerging trends, plus a generous helping of M&A with a side order of IPO. Brian Sommer covers major issues, company highlights, and the year's big misses.
Microsoft was wise to make two different keyboard/covers for the Surface. The Touch Cover is eye-catching but the Type Cover is a real keyboard worthy of the Surface.
EE will extend the coverage of its 4G LTE service to 17 more UK towns and cities by the end of March next year.
Dell will use the OpenStack cloud management and automation software for its public and private cloud products, the company has announced, in a sign of increasing support for the open-source project.
Contrail, founded just this year, is working on a compiler for the virtualised network. The deal, which Juniper expects to close by the end of the year, comes just a fortnight after Cisco picked up another SDN firm, Cariden.
EU antitrust regulators have accepted an offer by Apple and four other e-book publishers to settle the case into alleged e-book price fixing.
Hutchison has won approval from the European Commission to take over rival operator Orange, as long as it helps new entrants get a start in the country's mobile market.
Taiwanese chipmaker joins Samsung and Nvidia in the space for mobile quad-core chipsets, and targets mid to high-end smartphones and China market.
The search giant cited a lack of users as the main reason why it will not develop Windows 8 or Windows Phone 8 applications.
Greater fragmentation and volume of data calls for a more holistic approach beyond enterprise content management to manage and secure the information.
The finer details of the arrangement are yet to emerge, but it appears as though Google has routed its opponents here. The litigation is over, and the company will not need to pay any ancillary copyright fees for include headlines and text snippets in its results.
Employees stealing and leaking corporate data spiked in 2012, and detection of such thefts will only become more difficult in the region as stricter data laws are introduced and companies move to SSDs for storage.
Dell has ruled out returning to the smartphone market -- a market that it failed to compete in -- and claims that the PC is far from dead.
The company's chairman has defended the complex arrangement that sees its UK profits largely funnelled to Bermuda, via Ireland and the Netherlands. 'It's called capitalism,' he said in an interview on Wednesday.
Google on Wednesday officially said that a new Google Maps app was available for the iOS platform. However, the app couldn't be found in the Apple iTunes App Store later in the day. Now, iPhone and iPad users won't have Apple's Maps app to kick around anymore?