TechRepublic Member | June 26, 2012
Cracking Open the Samsung Galaxy S III (T-Mobile)
Resource of the day
Live Webcast: The State of Unified Communications in a Mobile, BYOD World
Tune into this webcast to learn more about combining your BYOD and unified communications strategies.
Additional TechRepublic resources
Samsung Galaxy S III teardown reveals easy-open case, difficult-to-fix display
Getting inside the Galaxy S III is easy, but Bill Detwiler shows you why replacing the front panel or display isn't. Read more
Microsoft announces Surface Windows tablets, leaves unanswered questions
Microsoft is launching its own line of Windows-based tablets called Microsoft Surface. Bill Detwiler gives you a rundown on what we know, and what we don't. Read more
Five free wireless networking tools
Monitor, secure, and optimize your Wi-Fi network with the help of these handy apps. Read more
Is Windows Phone 8 worth the wait?
Deb Shinder discusses Microsoft's preview of Windows Phone 8. Find out why she's cautiously optimistic about this device. Read more
Infographic: Apple rules U.S. smartphone market
Smartphone sales during Q1 2012 in the Unites States reveal the popularity of Apple's iPhone. Read more
Should Windows RT be in your future?
Patrick Gray discusses Windows RT and what it means for your organization. Read more
Cracking Open the HTC EVO 4G LTE
LEGO creations at Brickworld Chicago 2012
Inside the Cold War bunker that's now a cloud datacentre
Windows Desktop wallpaper for Independence Day
Apple's WWDC 2012: iOS6, Mountain Lion, and more (pictures)
At WWDC this year, Apple announced updates to its operating systems, iOS6 and Mountain Lion, as well as its new lineup of hardware. View on site
Next-gen Macbook Pro with Retina Display
Apple "discards legacy" with a new MacBook Pro that features a Retina display, a quad-core processor, and up to 768GB of flash storage all bundled into a razor-thin 0.71-inch chassis, available in 13-inch and 15-inch models. View on site
The slick new features of Apple iOS 6 (pictures)
Apple will add a host of impressive abilities to the iOS 6 mobile operating system. View on site
Today's recommended downloads
HP 3PAR Storage Systems Designed for Mission Critical High Availability (Hewlett-Packard (HP) & Intel)
Why Configuration Assessment And Change Auditing Is Key to Operational Stability (Tripwire)
NetVault for Oracle Trial Download (Quest Software)
Esri Maps Out Large-Scale Growth with SAP and IBM (IBM)
Microsoft Office Migration Guide - Executive Summary Video (Ontuitive)
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