Friday, 3 May 2013

Windows Phone 8 is 'charge it and get to work' device; the obnoxiousness of Google Glass; Windows XP: If it ain't broke...

The Editor's Daily Picks

TechRepublic Member | May 03, 2013

Windows Phone 8 is the ultimate 'charge it and get to work' device

Patrick Gray takes a look at the pros and cons of Microsoft's Windows Phone 8. Find out why he was generally impressed with this device. Read more

Google Glass: Obnoxious and invasive at any price

Products like Google Glass will face numerous adoption challenges because they present issues in any number of social situations where privacy or desire to be "off the record" is most cherished. Read more

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Deciding to invest in a unified communications system for your business is a good idea, but it's only the first step. With this buyer's guide you'll learn the important questions to ask before investing in a unified communications system.

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SAP aims for rapid deployments with online tools

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China IT outsourcing to be 'next India'

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Oracle sharpens up mobile app development tools

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Google gets sync

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Italy's mobile operators to bear the cost of fixing LTE interference

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