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With Samsung Galaxy Tab S, No Buyer's Remorse

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S is the thinnest tablet on the market, and the smaller of the two sizes—display options are 8.4 and 10.5 inches—is easy to hold in one hand and light enough, at just 1 pound, to hold at length, more

What a Leaner Microsoft Will Look Like After the Layoffs

Over the next year Microsoft will lay off 18,000 people, including 12,500 employees who currently work within its Nokia division. This will be the largest staff reduction in Microsoft's history and will put a big more

Google DevArt Exhibit: Where Art and Code Come Together

Earlier this year, Google joined with London's Barbican cultural center to hold a DevArt competition that asked artists to integrate computer code with their imaginations to inspire new kinds of creativity. more

10 Tips to Avoid Sweating About IT This Summer

Just because the sun is out, vacations are thinning out your staff and production demand may be increasing doesn't mean your temperature needs to rise as a result of IT. It may or may not impact you immediately at this more

Apple, IBM Alliance Capitalizes on iPhone, iPad Enterprise Adoption

Apple and IBM surprised many on July 15, announcing a global partnership that will see the companies attempt to "transform enterprise mobility." The announcement, punctuated with comments from Apple CEO Tim more

Seven Steps to an Effective IT Service Management Strategy

A successful IT service management (ITSM) strategy is a lot like a game of connect the dots. Many enterprises have a ticketing system for incident management, or perhaps the beginnings of a configuration more

Rumored Samsung Galaxy Alpha Seen as Challenger to iPhone 6

Another day, another claim that Samsung is working on building a smartphone that would compete against Apple's upcoming flagship iPhone, the iPhone 6. The latest rumor came over the weekend from Korean news more

Akamai Analyzes Q1 Shifts in Internet, Security Landscape

The Internet keeps getting faster, but the path of growth is not a straight line from quarter to quarter. That's one of many findings in the Akamai first-quarter 2014 State of the Internet report. The analysis, more

Why You Shouldn't Expect the 5.5-Inch iPhone 6 This Year

Apple was expected to launch two smartphones in 2014. The first would be a follow-up to its current iPhone 5S, featuring a 4.7-inch screen and an A8 processor, according to rumors. That device, destined to be known more

Mixing Flash, HDD Storage to Cater to Changing Workload Needs

New-generation data storage is all about NAND flash solid-state media, often simply referred to as flash. There's no question that it ranks among the hottest trends in the IT business and has been on that list more
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