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Motorola MC75

Motorola MC75

Enterprises looking to deploy a rugged, versatile mobile device will be impressed by the Motorola MC75's range of features. However, you pay a premium for smartphone functionality in a hardened form; this phone is not only tough, it is massive to the point of being unwieldy.

September 3, 2008 by in Mobility

Dell repair adventure, day 5, with updates

Dell repair adventure, day 5, with updates

Since our last episode, our hero has been communicating with Bob Pearson, Dell's VP of Communities & Conversations, and Bill Bivin, Dell's Community Liaison, about getting my Dell Lattitude D620 back up and running. Both Bob and Bill give every impression of trying very hard to deal not only with my issues, but with issues faced by others.

September 3, 2008 by in Enterprise Software

Sony announces three all-in-one desktops

Sony announces three all-in-one desktops

At a home theater show this week Sony announced three new all-in-one desktops along with a slew A/V receivers, LCD TVs and projectors, and Blu-ray players. All three AIOs offer Blu-ray drives, and the higher-end models offer rewritable BD drives.

September 3, 2008 by in Processors

IBM strike called off

IBM strike called off

After a meeting this morning between an employees' union and Big Blue, the threat of a strike by 45 workers at IBM's Baulkham Hills facility has been lifted.

September 3, 2008 by in IBM

Telstra's BT coat doesn't fit

Telstra's BT coat doesn't fit

The vision of the future BT portrayed this week at an Australian conference was so far removed from how Telstra's David Quilty has described the British telco that I wonder if they were talking about the same UK.

September 3, 2008 by in Telcos

RBA criticises payments innovation

RBA criticises payments innovation

Australia's central bank has criticised the nation's four largest commercial banks for shirking on investments in payment systems technology, resulting in a lack of innovation and neglect of systems like EFTPOS.

September 3, 2008 by in Banking

Chrome, IE8, and longer term thinking

Chrome, IE8, and longer term thinking

Google's recent release of their "Chrome" browser beta was, I think, driven by their perception that the disruption IE8 is about to create in the marketplace spells opportunity for Google. It's nice to see competition at work, but their entire strategy is, I think, reactive rather than proactive and not lilkely, in the end, to succeed.

September 3, 2008 by in Google

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