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  Hands on: Dell's $199 Venue 8 Android tablet | iOS 8: Way more open to your world

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Apple's Yosemite OS brings new interaction between Mac and iPhone
Apple kicked off its Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco Monday and announced the next version of Mac OS X called Yosemite. Follow reporter Nick Barber on Twitter @nickjb Read More

WEBCAST: Dell SecureWorks
Counterstrategies for Combatting Social Engineering
Social Engineering is proving costlier than ever, especially phishing and spear phishing. With recent breaches, the imperative to counter social engineering effectively takes on a whole new level of urgency. In this webcast, the CISO for Dell SecureWorks discusses the realities of social engineering and what your organization must do to counter it. Learn more


Backup and Recovery of Oracle EBS on VCE Vblock™ Systems
This solution architecture describes the key features and benefits of backup and recovery in the virtualized Oracle EBS on Vblock Systems with EMC Avamar. Learn More

Hands on: Dell's $199 Venue 8 Android tablet
Dell's 8-inch Venue 8 tablet is a capable Android-based device for the price. It sports a full HD screen with a wide viewing angle, giving it a leg-up on cheaper products. Read More

iOS 8: Way more open to your world
Apple iOS 8, introduced this week at the company's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), has a new emphasis on openness to, and integration with, third-party apps and services. IOS 8 makes a number of tasks smoother and more efficient; better leverages iCloud storage; lets you transition tasks between your iPhone, iPad and Mac; gives developers deeper access to OS functions. Read More

The New IT
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Q&A: The state of Android wearables and HTC's dual-lens camera
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9 new iOS features from Apple's WWDC that Android already had
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Types of Prefabricated Modular Data Centers
There are important distinctions between the types of data center factory-built building blocks on the market. This paper proposes standard terminology for categorizing the types of prefabricated modular data centers, and compares their key attributes. View more

COMPUTEX: Hands on with the Asus MeMO Pad 7
Asus' 7-inch Android tablet runs on a 64-bit Intel Atom quad-core processor and has some new practical software and camera features. Read More

COMPUTEX: Acer rolls out Iconia Tab 8 with full HD display
  Acer showed off its higher-end 8-inch Android tablet and first wearable, the Liquid Leap fitness tracker, at Computex in Taipei. Read More

HP brings Android to laptops with SlateBook PC
Customers have been telling Hewlett-Packard that they want laptops that run Android, so the company is rolling out the SlateBook PC to meet that demand. Read More



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