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[TechRepublic] Microsoft will never regain tablet dominance

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Tablets in the Enterprise

TechRepublic Member | September 30, 2011

Three reasons why Microsoft will never regain tablet dominance

Patrick Gray explains why he thinks Microsoft will never regain dominance of the tablet market. Do you agree? Read more

Resource of the day

Constangy, Brooks & Smith's IT Story: A Case Study

Constangy, Brooks & Smith LLP needed to improve their IT efficiency across their whole network. Download this case study to learn more about their IT story and understand the strategy that worked for them and could work for you too.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 4G is a worthy contender for power tablet users

Jack Wallen reviews the Galaxy Tab 10.1 4G. Find out why he thinks this is one of the best tablets available for power and business users. Read more

Dear Google, consumers would buy a Droid 2 tablet

Donovan Colbert wants to buy an Android tablet, but he's holding out for a device that meets his requirements. He thinks a giant Droid 2 would be a hot selling tablet. Do you agree? Read more

Google Talk provides quality video chat on Android tablets

Jack Wallen believes that Google Talk is the best video chat application for Android tablets. Find out why and how to use Google Talk. Read more

IT leadership often determines iPad success in the enterprise

Patrick Gray believes that the success of the iPad in your enterprise depends on the IT leadership's perspective of the device. Read more

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Android's apps are comparatively ugly: Is Linux to blame?

Donovan Colbert didn't realize how nice WP7 was until he had to go back to the Android platform. He predicts that Microsoft will come from behind to steal Android's thunder if Google fails to make huge improvements. Read more

Sony Tablet S teardown: Wild wedge-shaped case hides unique hardware

Bill Detwiler cracks open the Sony Tablet S and finds internal hardware that's as unique as the Android tablet's wedge-shaped exterior. Read more

Featured multimedia


15 best free iPad games (screenshots)

You can get something for nothing after all, if you've already bought an iPad. Check out these awesome games, none of which costs a dime to download. View on site

Sony Tablet S (photos)

Take a closer look at the Tablet S Android tablet from Sony, which takes a unique spin on the classic tablet design. View on site

Smart grid meets the iPad (photos)

This week's GridWeek conference focused on the benefits of the smart grid to consumers who can get more control over their home energy with new tech tools. View on site

How to make a capacitive stylus (photos)

A step-by-step tutorial on making a touchscreen-compatible pen for your tablet or smartphone using inexpensive parts from around your home or office. View on site

Today's recommended downloads

Data Backup For Your Most Important Files (IBM)

Take the Fear and Hassle out of Data Migration (Riverbed)

Planning for Cloud-Based Software Deployment (IBM)

OSA Interactive Client References Interface on IBM.COM (IBM)

Constangy, Brooks & Smith's IT Story: A Case Study (Riverbed)

Perennial favorites


Enterprise: 95 percent are choosing iPad over Android tablets

Tablets are for people who hate computers

Tablets at work: Disney uses iPads to drive construction project

Five tips for improving your tablet experience

Windows 8 will enable IT pros to implement the private cloud

At TechRepublic Live 2011, Dr. Tom Shinder explained how Windows 8 will make cloud computing a reality.

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