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February 3, 2012 by

RIM can look to Asia for recovery

Expanding presence in Asia-Pacific market and articulating tablet strategy with stronger apps ecosystem among five areas new CEO should focus on to put BlackBerry maker back on road to recovery.

November 15, 2011 by

Biz apps need tweaking for tablets

Enterprise software vendors taking slate user segment seriously but will need to repurpose apps to better support platform, and not simply clone desktop or browser experience, Gartner advises.

November 1, 2011 by

Courier was designed for me; and I didn't believe in it

Knowing what Microsoft cares about, I worked out what had killed Courier a few months ago and I was fascinated to see it confirmed by Cnet's story about the secret history of the project.Chatting about a (completely different, non-Microsoft) single-purpose business tablet device, one of the developers bemoaned the way users of their prototype loved the way it did the one thing it did so well - and then asked if they could read their email on it.

August 2, 2011 by

Intel slips as AMD rises in Q2

Semicon rivals see slight shift in market share last quarter while both companies' push for integrated graphics processors drives share of new platforms, finds new report.

May 3, 2011 by

PlayBook for business: show me the money

RIM showed off what consumers see as the missing pieces for the PlayBook at its BlackBerry World conference today; email that's not in a Web page or coming over Bridge from a BlackBerry and BlackBerry apps (and indeed Android apps) running on the tablet. Both of those run in what RIM calls 'players' - Java environments that run on QNX - and they're both still under development; the Android player doesn't support multi-tasking yet although that's the aim.

March 24, 2011 by

APAC semicon players to fare better

Shifting of supply chains to Asia-Pacific and investment boost from regional semiconductor players will drive region's semiconductor growth in 2011, says analyst. Market players point to laptops and tablets as focus areas.

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