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October 24, 2012 by

Apple iPad mini: Winners and losers

Apple announced the iPad mini. The petite 7.9-inch tablet will likely heavily disrupt the already-established tablet market more so than the original iPad. Who will gain and lose out from Tuesday's event?

January 15, 2012 by

2012 mega predictions round-up

It's a new year. Vendors look hopefully to what the next 12 months might bring them, while analysts pitch their predictive powers. We give you a taste of what the IT industry expects for the year ahead.

November 22, 2011 by

China primed for e-commerce supremacy

Characteristics such as Internet access outpacing presence of physical retail outlets and strong consumer demand set to make China top global online commerce destination by 2015, new research finds.

May 1, 2011 by

Big data and the big privacy problem

If privacy is dead (as a number of technology executives in whose interest it is for us not to care about privacy have opined), there wouldn't have been much fuss over the most recent time researchers discovered that iPhones - like pretty much every other phones in the world - track your location and use it to build up maps and traffic information.

March 30, 2011 by

How Amazon has outsmarted the music industry (and Apple)

Amazon just brought back the best of the late, lamented Lala service that Apple killed. Yes, the recording companies are whining already. I have no doubt that legal teams from all of the major record labels are plotting their lawsuits right now. But Amazon's position is incredibly strong. Here's why.

December 27, 2010 by

Spycams, Antennagate and Comcast Ruling: A look back at 10 high profile stories of 2010

We covered a lot of ground this past year here on ZDNet, tracking the movers and shakers of the tech industry. But along the way, we came across a few stories that I refer to as "talkers," spotlight stories that not only generated a fair amount of buzz among techies but sometimes even managed to cross over in other circles, including sports, Washington and Hollywood.


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