For me, the Samsung Galaxy Gear S2 3G has taken the place of a standard wristwatch, delivering all the functionality of a quality chronograph with the enhanced capabilities of a smart mobile device.
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Customer retention is now a meaningless concept; it's all about funding low-cost phones for new customers.
Apparently, some people have missed the memo.
Mobile might be one of the unheralded game changers for the datacenter in 2011. What do you think?
Verizon measures the carbon efficiency of their entire business, not just their datacenters, in computing their energy efficiency.
Microsoft had all the components in place to start the cloud music wars. Why are they still unheard from?
Even mainframe-class hardware vendors acknowledge the impotance of mobile deices.
eBooks have one feature that can't be found in print: the ability to have live hotlinks embedded in the text. And that presents an open field for scammers.
FaceTime users could potentially suck up valuable network bandwidth. But only if the technology is worth using.
Would you consider a "value-priced" chassis for your core networking needs?