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Apple has lost an appeal against Samsung in the U.K. after the first judge claimed the Galaxy Tab 10.1 could not have infringed the iPad because it wasn't "cool" enough.
Canonical-backed Ubuntu's October update to the open-source OS now pulls in online results to desktop search, while the criticised Amazon store display now has a toggle to turn it off.
Lack of skills and awareness, as well as the rising use of handheld devices in the workplace pose a plethora of security threats for small businesses in India.
Companies and operators will enjoy streamlined tax and regulatory processes should the Southeast Asian markets collectively create a datacenter hub, but much work still to be done to see this become reality.
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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Trade body says the unique number of mobile subscribers worldwide will stand at 3.2 billion by end-2012, which points to a "significant growth opportunity" for mobile operators to capitalize on.
A slowing PC market means Lenovo, the market leader according to one analytics firm, is no worry. It is, however, "good reason" to jump into the booming smartphone market.
The Windows 8 launch appears to be devoid of optimism---except from Microsoft executives. File this launch and the financial impact of it in the wait and see category.
Looking to buy tablets to roll out to your business? Now that Windows RT is off and running, is that a better bet than the iPad...?
Ubuntu 12.10 contains more controversial changes than expected. If you can live with or work around those changes, it remains a powerful and useful desktop Linux operating system.
U.K. cell network O2 has cut off Ericsson after its technology led to a second major outage in just a few months.
In Part 1, I looked at salesforce.com, Marc Benioff and their vision as salesforce's greatest asset. Here, within that context, I'm looking at the products and the technology ecosystem. As compelling as it is, there is a lot to be done yet.
Networks that use big data to automatically adapt and reconfigure themselves in response to attacks could be just around the corner.
Can business processes be packaged up and offered as application programming interfaces? Many such services are now emerging.
Retailers need to take the lead in the design and deployment of payment systems, instead of relying on third-party providers.
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