Tech Sanity Check
TechRepublic Member | August 29, 2012
CIOs predict the death of the PC and the desk phone
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Resource of the day
On-demand webcast: Steps to Move into a Virtualized Environment
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Google suspects web site improvements as potentially manipulative
Google+ makes first major push onto Google Apps
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News from CNET
Motorola teases first Intel-powered phone for Sept. 18 event
Samsung brings Android and Windows to IFA 2012 (pictures)
Google to restore passwords eaten by Chrome iOS app
Apple's AirPlay tech to work without Wi-Fi, report says
HTC has 'no intention' to settle with Apple, say reports
Apple buying iPhone 4Ses ahead of expected iPhone 5 launch
Google patents video tech that knows what it's looking at
Samsung Galaxy Note II debuts (photos)
Sony's flexible hybrid Vaio Duo 11 (pictures)
iPhone 5 aside, what is NFC? (FAQ)
Google wants to shop Motorola's TV set-top biz around
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Twitter gives some developers literal stamp of approval
Zoom around in this massive Mars mosaic
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Today's recommended downloads
Quantifying the Value of Delivering a Smarter Shopping Experience (IBM)
Live Webcast: Succeeding in a World Gone Mobile (Citrix Online)
Working Around the Clock: How HR & IT Collaboration Can Improve Global HCM (SkillSoft)
Guide to Improving First-Time IT Certification Pass Rates (SkillSoft)
Engines of a Smarter Planet Experience (IBM)
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