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TechRepublic Member | September 24, 2012
iPhone 5's 5M units: Is this what a 'miss' looks like?
Apple's iPhone 5 enjoyed a gangbuster weekend debut. Still, the sales tally disappointed given the high advance expectations. Read more
Resource of the day
TechLines: Join Larry Dignan, NASA, Ford, IBM & T-Mobile LIVE In NYC
Drowning in big data? Join Larry Dignan, Editor-in-Chief of ZDNet, live in our studio audience as NASA, Ford, IBM and T-Mobile debate in "TechLines: Big Data Debunked - Finding The Data Signals", New York City on October 4, 2012.
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Apple: The accuser becomes the accused
A week with iOS 6: What's good, what's bad
Security engineering: A needed profession
Infographic: Making the case for big data analytics and intelligence
News from ZDNet
Microsoft faces EU fine over browser choice 'error'
Iran starts closing Internet as saber-rattling continues
Hitachi reveals way of storing information for millions of years
Linux Mint Debian update pack 5 shows maturity
Microsoft extends Windows Server 2008 support cut-off date
SAP re-releases BusinessObjects, Crystal products with analytics twist
Facebook stretches ARM chips in datacentre tests
Red Hat's Q2 mixed relative to expectations
Microsoft sets record for software development marathon
SUSEcon2012 — SUSE's Coming Out Party
Microsoft plays up e-mail security features in next Exchange releases
Buying a new smartphone today? Apple iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S III are only two serious contenders
Inside Facebook's lab: A mission to make hardware open source
Google for Entrepreneurs launching worldwide to serve local communities
IBM's Watson being put to the test in healthcare
News from CNET
NYT story on data center waste scares some, frustrates others
Google stock reaches record high after Citi report
Facebook's stock falls as Zuckerberg effect wears off
Apple supplier Foxconn: Production will resume tomorrow
Apple to allow iPhone 5 reservations, report says
iPhone 5 leaks light, say some users
Apple releases iOS 6 users guide as e-book
Woz on Apple Maps: Flaws overblown but still disappointing
Hacker: I've ported Google Maps to iOS 6
5 apps to show off the iPhone 5
FBI renews broad Internet surveillance push
Protesters take to skies asking Google to quit U.S. Chamber
RIM pushes BlackBerry 10 into the spotlight at BlackBerry Jam
Apple downgrading iCloud storage on September 30
Kindle Paperwhite so popular, new orders will be paper-late
Endeavour takes final curtain call over San Francisco Bay (pictures)
MakerBot unveils Manhattan store, new Replicator 2 3D printer (pictures)
Today's recommended downloads
IDC White Paper: Business Value of Managed Services (IBM)
AC vs. DC Power Distribution for Data Centers (APC by Schneider Electric)
Improve Price-Performance and Agility by Moving to Linux on HP (Hewlett-Packard (HP))
On-demand Webcast: Strategies for managing distributed IT environments (APC by Schneider Electric)
TechLines: Join Larry Dignan, NASA, Ford, IBM & T-Mobile LIVE In NYC (TechLines)
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