Tuesday, 30 April 2013

BlackBerry CEO predicts death of tablet in 5 years; The vanishing PC: Race to the bottom accelerates

The Editor's Daily Picks

TechRepublic Member | April 30, 2013

BlackBerry chief questions tablet category: Maybe he's not wrong

Thorsten Heins, CEO of BlackBerry, says tablets won't have much of a purpose in five years. Heins' comments were widely panned, but maybe he's not that far off base. Read more

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Comparison of Cisco and ShoreTel Unified Communication Solutions

Check out this white paper to learn more about the difference between Cisco and ShoreTel unified communications offerings.

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The vanishing PC: Race to the bottom accelerates

'Jurassic Park' Proves That The PC Won't Die

First-ever website is back online

HP boasts its SDN fabric cuts provisioning down from months to minutes

Cisco jumps on gigabit Internet craze with new wireless offerings

AWS to start certifying IT employees for cloud training, expertise

Amazon Web Services SVP defends why public clouds trump private models

Mobile technology: The amazing impact on our lives

Report: Apple planning multi-billion dollar bond sale for shareholder program

Cloudera, Splunk, 10gen and SoftLayer/Basho announce new products

Windows 8 security for healthcare IT

Worries about the Web and Google's role in it

Jawbone announces the UP Platform and acquires BodyMedia

EE extends 4G footprint, takes LTE to 62 UK towns and cities

Best Buy exits European market; sells stake back to Carphone Warehouse for £500M

Today's recommended downloads

Unified Communications Buyer's Guide (ShoreTel)

Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) Overview (Global Knowledge)

Cloud Integration: A Comprehensive Solution (Oracle)

Consolidating Oracle E-Business Suite on Oracle's SPARC SuperCluster (Oracle)

Enterprise Cloud Infrastructure for Dummies (Oracle)


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