Friday, 28 December 2012

Top 10 Smartphones posts in 2012


TechRepublic Member | December 28, 2012

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Top 10 Smartphones posts in 2012

Here are the 10 most-read posts for TechRepublic's Smartphones blog in 2012. Read more

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New Whitepaper: IBM Smart Analytics System 7700

Analytics can help organizations work smarter by putting the right information in the right hands at the right time. Check out this whitepaper to find out more.

Posts from TechRepublic


iPhone settings to know for possible BYOD compliance

Will Kelly reviews some iPhone settings you need to know before you BYOD into work. Read more

10 reasons NOT to block social networking at work

Jack Wallen says employees should have access to social networking sites at work. Do you agree with his reasoning? Read more

An open source holiday card to share

Here is a fun, interactive open source holiday card that you can modify and share with friends, courtesy of Protecode. Read more

Posts from ZDNet


WSJ: Google, Motorola challenging Apple, Samsung with 'X phone'

Google's strategy for Motorola Mobility is beginning to unfold as reports of a "marquee handset" is on the way. Read more

Predictions for IT priorities and the cloud in 2013: Experts weigh in

As more enterprises warmed up to cloud adoption in 2012, next year we'll see some more aggressive and decisive action. Read more

EU officially charging Samsung over potential patent misuse

Talk about a lump of coal for Samsung today as the European Commission officially files to charge the tech giant over potential misuse of patents. Read more

Could Samsung cripple Apple by withholding the next big innovation in mobile?

Samsung leads the way in the technology that will drive the next big transformation in mobile devices. Could it withhold the innovation from Apple? Read more

RIM's easy money will disappear with BlackBerry 10

RIM's service fee cash cow is going to slim down, but may not fall off a cliff due to international subscribers. Did RIM trade fees for carrier support? Read more

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Five apps for managing MySQL from Windows

There are plenty of GUI tools available that can manage your MySQL database, even from the Windows environment. View on site

NASA Images: More desktop wallpaper from the space program

Last week's NASA-based desktop wallpaper gallery was so popular we thought you would like to see more examples of the kind of images available for free from the NASA website. View on site

Today's recommended downloads

Edison Group Paper: IBM PowerVM Virtualization Technology on IBM POWER7 Systems (IBM)

IBM System X eGuide: deliver immediate and impactful benefits to your IT operations (IBM & Intel)

Strategy Guide to Business Protection (Hewlett-Packard (HP)® & Intel® Xeon® Processors)

Building a Sound Business Continuity Plan - and the Role of the Cloud (NTT Communications)

Using HP StoreOnce Backup System with DPM 2010 for Microsoft Hyper-V protection (Hewlett-Packard (HP)® & Intel® Xeon® Processors)

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