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Cameraphones are now the main way that consumers share photos, rather than by email, according to a survey of 2,000 British and American consumers by Futuresource Consulting. The results are frequently viewed on a laptop or netbook PC by UK consumers, though "consumers in the USA tend to use the desktop PC," the company says.
NYU prof Clay Shirky said that it will fall to the IT department to make social networking strategic---just like the PC, laptop and email.
How fast can you type on the iPad while sitting on a couch? I had a friend shoot a video of me in action, and I even surprised myself.
Is email privileged when you communicate with your lawyer using employer-supplied laptop? Two cases, two different outcomes.
A second screen for your laptop. Reading email attachments in the cloud on your Symbian phone or watching a presentation on the phone while you talk on the phone.
PC PhoneHome sends a stealth email message containing its exact location to a pre-determined email address of the user's choice. Recovery...
Look around the room at any meeting these days and you see the back of a lot of laptop screens, with as many people catching up on email as taking notes or doing relevant research. We've even met managers who go around the room shutting laptops to kick off the meeting.
Don't you just hate waiting for you laptop to boot up before sending an e-mail? I know I do.
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My youngest son stole my Ubuntu-loaded convertible Classmate last week and is primarily using it so that we can email each other and talk on Skype while I'm in Miami. It also has his RTI software loaded on it, so I figured I'd grab one of the Windows Classmates we just had delivered and bring it down to the Summit with me to use as my primary laptop.
Yesterday, I asked for input on university IT issues and received several emails, Tweets, and talkbacks. The first email in my inbox was about the laptop wall with which so many lecturers are confronted at universities.
Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Ryan Naraine: Mac OS X Patch Day: 40 security flaws fixedMS Patch Tuesday heads-up: 11 bulletins, 4 criticalEd Bott: Look who’s buying Vista Home Basic (hint: it’s not home users)Facebook: Revenue plan by 2011; Growth is key for nowRobert Scoble and sexy enterprise softwareMary Jo Foley: How much would an $800 Apple laptop hurt Microsoft?
T-Mobile will be tossing in a year's worth of complementary HotSpot access for people that buy an XO laptop in the "give one get one" program.In an email reminder, the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) program detailed the following:"Give One Get One" is the only time we are making the revolutionary XO laptop available to the public.
After saving millions on hardware and telecoms through shared procurement -- where agencies unite to approach the market as a single buyer -- the New South Wales state government is now considering where else it can shave its IT costs.
Want to work on the move but don't want to lug a laptop? You'll need a smartphone of some kind that lets you do email, open business documents and browse the web, among other things. Here are ten recent contenders.
HTC was believed to be working on a UMPC/Tablet PC device, but the HTC Athena may actually be a high-powered Windows Mobile Pocket PC Phone Edition with UMPC-like functionality and capabilities. If you are looking for a portable device for surfing, GPS navigation, email, and more then this may be a better alternative than a full laptop or Tablet PC.
Laptop security and mobile viruses should be top of the IT agenda next year, says the SANS Institute
Some 'same old, same old' but a few new worries too
According to IDC, the European mobile corporate email market will increase to around 13.5 mln individual users (employees who use either a laptop/PDA or mobile phone to access email) in 2009, representing a compound annual growth rate of 36%.
Being able to access email on the move will drive wireless adoption in enterprises, says Meta Group
Approximately one in ten business people access their work email account or corporate network every day on holiday and would check email on the beach if they were able to, according to research