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Microsoft positions Surface Pro 3 tablet as a laptop replacement

FIRST LOOK: Microsoft Surface Pro 3 tablet/PC | XLTE leaves test phase as Verizon announces mobile data speed boosted

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Microsoft positions Surface Pro 3 tablet as a laptop replacement
The latest version of Microsoft's tablet, the Surface Pro 3, eliminates the need for users to also have a laptop, the company said Tuesday at a launch event. Read More

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Intuit Turns to Self-Service IT
Intuit empowered its users to resolve their own IT issues with a consumer-like experience to free IT to focus on more strategic initiatives. See how Intuit got here Learn more

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Step-by Step Guide to Optimizing the Digital Experience
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FIRST LOOK: Microsoft Surface Pro 3 tablet/PC
Newest Microsoft Surface device built as both a tablet and an enterprise desktop replacement Read More

XLTE leaves test phase as Verizon announces mobile data speed boosted
People who depend on their smartphones for mobile internet access might have guessed Verizon was upgrading its network in large cities like New York, San Francisco and Chicago before the announcement of XLTE this week. Verizon didn't just turn on XLTE today; it's been testing for months. Read More

Apple to reveal iOS 8, OS X 10.10 June 2 at 10 a.m. keynote
New hardware, perhaps Retina-equipped MacBook Air, also likely on the program; webcast likely Read More

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Google beefs up Apps mobile management features for Android
Google has boosted the Android management features in Apps to help IT admins control access to the suite from users' Android smartphones and tablets. Read More

Samsung expected to launch colorful tablets on June 12
Samsung Electronics has sent out invitations to a June 12 event in New York, at which the company is expected to launch new Android tablets. Read More

Samsung's Galaxy S5 sales outstrip that of the S4 in first month
Despite mixed reviews from critics, Samsung's Galaxy S5 smartphone is proving to be another hit for the company, with 11 million of the phones sold in the first month of launch. Read More

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A wireless network for gadgets set to arrive in San Francisco
The San Francisco Bay Area and south to San Jose will soon have what may be the nation's first dedicated Internet of Things network. It may change the way you think about the future of the IoT. Read More

Verizon to launch video calling and HD Voice this year
Verizon Wireless has reiterated plans to offer Voice over LTE (VoLTE) 'later this year' nationwide to offer users both High Definition Voice and video calling options. Read More

Xbox One, PlayStation 4 will drive your utility bills through the roof
A new report by the Natural Resources Defense Council estimates that the latest video game consoles are going to bleed more than $1 billion in annual utility bills because of their power inefficiency, even when the consoles are turned off. Read More

How 3-D Printing Makes Product Prototyping Faster and Cheaper
Longtime robotics entrepreneur Henry Thorne admits nothing works in reality the same way it works in your head. Thorne's newest venture, 4moms, focuses on baby products, and 3-D printing helps the firm turn ideas into prototypes in just one day's time. Read More

Dell to make line of PCs with recycled plastics
Dell is making a line of PCs using plastics obtained by expanding its recycling program. Read More


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