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What might have been one of Apple's worst kept secrets is finally here.
Apple's new iPad mini; great for those moving up from iPod touch, not for those with an iPad already
The new iPad mini isn't going to challenge the low cost Android tablets on price alone, but those in the Apple ecosystem will like the larger display compared to the iPod touch.
UPDATED: While the iPad mini is expected to hog most of the attention in the weeks to come, Apple brought some of the focus back to the desktop with an ultra-thin iMac.
As usual in previous Apple events, CEO Tim Cook is hosting an event to show off new Apple products. But everyone wass waiting for the 7.9-inch iPad mini.
Apple's hardware lineup is easy to understand and clear cut. Microsoft's Windows 8 throws various form factors against the wall to see what sticks.
The new BlackBerry Enterprise Service (BES) release goes all-in on mobile device management. But does it have what it takes to succeed in a crowded MDM market?
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A 7,000-acre planned community in Orlando, Florida strikes a partnership with Cisco to build networked infrastructure to support healthcare, real estate, retail, education and other services.
While beating the iPad 3's pixel density might look good on the box or in press releases, in the real world it can have a negative effect on performance and battery life.
After months of build up, Windows 8 is almost upon us, and readers want to know if they need Microsoft's latest offering. I consider a number of usage scenarios, ranging from home users to enterprise.
EE's 4G service is set to go live in one week, but the cheapest package costs £36 per month and will only get you 500MB of data usage.The company wants to make the most of its head start over its rivals.
Cisco CEO John Chambers said that the top enterprise players are about to be disrupted. His take: If you don't have hardware, software and silicon you're going to have issues. Will SAP, HP and Microsoft be voted off the island?
Another day, another scrap of bad news for the beleaguered BlackBerry maker. This time around, despite prospects of a financial turnaround, a major enterprise customer pulls out.
OpenOffice's graduation to a top-level project at Apache now clears he way for faster cloud innovation, especially as Microsoft Office 365's debut nears. Plans for "Cloud Apache OpenOffice" will be discussed at ApacheCon Europe in weeks
Microsoft's Windows 8 is a big bet on mobility. The issue is that Google has the OEM relationships on the mobile front. Can Surface change the equation?
Will developers finally have access to Apple TV?
Linus Torvalds made a return visit to the Finnish University that saw him drop an F-bomb in Nvidia's direction, but this time he promised to hold his tongue on both the chipmaker, and on Nokia.
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