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Raspberry Pi: Tell us what you've got planned for yours

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Raspberry Pi: Tell us what you've got planned for yours

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Resource of the day

Why LotusLive Won Out for One Translation Agency

Learn how global translation agency aatranslations made its processes more efficient and improved collaboration with customers and translators to change the way they do business. Discover why they chose LotusLive over the competition.


More from TechRepublic

 

Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 teardown reveals efficient hardware layout and replaceable battery

Seven-inch iPad: How far is Cook's finger from the launch button?

Taking notes on the iPad: Philosophy, function, and apps

News from ZDNet

 

Kindle Fire owns over half of Android tablet market

Amazon's Q1 stronger than expected; Is it the Kindle effect?

Report says Hotmail exploit "spread like wild fire," is now fixed

Former Sun CEO: We would have paid Google for Java phone

Trial: Former Sun CEO gets into catty fight with Oracle lawyer

Google: Sun, Oracle couldn't compete with Android

Oracle tries to rebound with help from Sun co-founder

Citrix rides desktop virtualization wave as growth picks up

Ubuntu 12.04 arrives and it's great

Laptop manufacturers planning cheaper clones of high-priced Ultrabooks

Bing, bang, boom: Is Microsoft's search engine secretly for sale?

Five not-so-obvious reasons why Apple won't be Sony redux

Kaspersky: Apple '10 years behind Microsoft in terms of security'

US military dismisses marine who criticized Obama on Facebook

News from CNET

 

A quarter of iPad owners say it's their first Apple device

First app for Google's Project Glass: Sharing photos

Android strategy on display in Oracle v. Google showdown (images)

Dear Microsoft: Please don't take away my Live Mesh

Apple, HTC planning fall launches on Verizon's network, report says

Google Drive crashes into China's Great Firewall

Apple to build private restaurant to keep out snoopers

Awesome DIY cell phone has universal appeal

Pixel art as 'resolutionary' as iPad -- in own, low-def way


Featured galleries

 

Cracking Open the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0



Today's recommended downloads

Does Your Cloud Storage Strategy Measure Up? (Oracle)

Beyond Simple Total Cost of Ownership (SuccessFactors)

Why LotusLive Won Out for One Translation Agency (IBM)

Video: Panasonic Chooses Collaboration (IBM)

A Virtualization Platform for Mission-Critical Applications (Oracle)


 

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