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March 15, 2015 By Element TwentySix

MBOX Breaker

MBOX Breaker splits your large mailboxes into smaller ones. Apple Mail, for instance, has a 1 GB limit on the size of .mbox files it...

November 19, 2014 By CompanionLink Software

CompanionLink for Google

Synchronize Google Contacts, Calendar, Tasks, Groups, and Contact Photos with Microsoft Outlook. Two-way sync ensures that Google and...

November 18, 2014 By CompanionLink Software

DejaOffice

Complete CRM productivity suite with business-class contacts, calendar, tasks and notepad apps. Category manager with colors....

March 13, 2012 by

Personal cloud to replace PC by 2014, says Gartner

The increasing use of smartphones and tablets for personal computing tasks is leading users to put a "personal cloud" at the centre of their digital lives, according to Gartner Inc. Where once they would have centralised their data on a PC, probably by synchronising with Microsoft Outlook, they will increasingly synchronise their data using cloud-based services.

May 17, 2011 by

Does HP have the capital to act long term?

Hewlett-Packard CEO Leo Apotheker is having a bad day. The company cut its outlook for the second consecutive quarter and HP is quickly falling out of Wall Street's good graces. Apotheker's challenge: invest in the long term, fix HP Services, weather a consumer PC meltdown and hit quarterly targets.

October 18, 2010 by

Steve Jobs' soundbites: His thoughts on RIM, Android, tablets and notebooks

Steve Jobs appeared as a special guest on today's earnings conference call with analysts, making a statement about its competitive forces and fielding questions from analysts about the growth potentials and his outlook on market shifts.The company reported a strong fourth quarter, generating more revenue than Google does in a full year, boasting record sales of iPhones and a strong start to a category that it pretty much owns: the tablet PC.

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