Monday, October 20, 2014

Apple's iPad 2 vs. Google's Nexus 9: Comparing the two new tablets

Apple's most important iPad, iMac, OS X Yosemite, and other announcements this week | With 1 million users, Windows 10 is generating a lot of feedback

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Apple's iPad 2 vs. Google's Nexus 9: Comparing the two new tablets
Two great tablets announced in the same week, the iPad Air 2 and Nexus 9 are strikingly similar. Read More

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WEBCAST: Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise

Integrating Mobility with Unified Access
Meeting mobility demands of 4500 students, faculty and staff at a university is no small task. Join this Webcast to hear the Director of Enterprise Infrastructure explain the steps Abilene Christian University took to deliver a new level of student-faculty interaction. Learn More

Apple's most important iPad, iMac, OS X Yosemite, and other announcements this week
From the iPad Air 2 to a new iMac to OS X Yosemite, here is a rundown of the most important Apple news of the week. Read More

With 1 million users, Windows 10 is generating a lot of feedback
The beta is off to a good start, but there's one unusual twist to this beta test. Read More

ChromeOS team listens to Linux community, brings back ext2/3/4
The ChromeOS developers decided to remove support for the ext file systems (ext2, ext3 and ext4) from the ChromeOS file browsers, and pretty quickly heard from their most vocal supporters, Linux users. So they responded and brought it back. Read More

Why Apple's new iPads are irrelevant
Now that Apple offers the iPhone 6 Plus, a smartphone/tablet hybrid itself, what reason do people have to buy the new iPad models? Read More

WEBCAST: Flexera Software

Application Delivery, Compatibility and Availability
Flexera Software's AdminStudio and AppPortal helped Lucas manage the compatibility and availability of applications at his company. Find out how! Learn More>>

This 60-year-old photo says a lot about diversity in technology
This amazing portrait of my mother-in-law's 1954 IBM computer training class couldn't paint a clearer picture. Read More

How Aruba Networks is tackling the SME market
Re-imagining its approach could help Aruba Networks capitalize on a Wi-Fi market that appears set for massive growth. Read More

Anonabox backpedals on 'custom' hardware claims as Reddit points at Chinese versions
The Kickstarter campaign for the tiny plug-and-play Tor-loaded Anonabox router quickly raised over a half million dollars, but one of the developers is backpedaling on 'custom' hardware claims as Redditers found the same hardware available for sale in China. Read More

City rejects Comcast, but resistance is futile
Comcast is undergoing a nationwide exchange of customers as part of its massive merger with rival cable and internet service provider Time Warner Cable, bringing many new cities and towns into its control in the process. Worcester, Massachusetts, wants everyone to know that it doesn't want to be one of those cities. Read More


Have Outages Got You Down?
Join industry experts to learn how you can improve service resolution. In this live session with industry experts, you will find out how to quickly and easily increase the collaboration between your service desk and operations organization. Learn More

Moto X 2nd Gen review: Same same but different
Testing the new and improved Moto X brings to mind the Southeast Asian saying: same same but different, meaning look for the subtle differences. Read More

A visual history of Netscape Navigator
This week marks the 20th anniversary of the release of Netscape Navigator, the venerable web browser that unquestionably helped popularize the World Wide Web in an immeasurable way. Read More

Flight attendants try to reinstate FAA's ban on mobile devices during takeoff
Despite their best efforts, it looks like flight attendants will have to deal with the fact that we're going to use our phones during takeoff and landing. Read More

IDG Contributor Network: How to take front-desk reception registration up a degree
If your enterprise, or office, is still using a thumbed, hardcopy logbook, or a dusty, aging clipboard for cataloging the coming and going of visitors, you might want to consider an upgrade. Read More

Apple's new iMac Retina is worth the cost for your employees
The reasoning is simple: Technology that makes people more productive is almost always a good investment. Read More


The Onion's 9 best bits about Microsoft

Poking fun at the software giant and founder Bill Gates since 1996.


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