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cio.com — CIO - Windows 8, released to the wild last October, seems stuck in a no-win situation. On the one hand, it is not catching on with Android- and iOS-loving consumers turned off by the Windows 8 tile-based interface and the Windows App Store, which by Android and Apple standards, is anemic and disorganized.
computerworld.com — Computerworld - Windows 8 faces a number of hurdles in the enterprise, but the biggest reason it won't replace the current corporate champion, Windows 7, is simple. "Enterprises just don't see Windows 8 having value," said David Johnson, an analyst with Forrester Research.
computerworld.com — IDG News Service - T-Mobile USA has dropped a pending challenge to the U.S. Federal Communications Commission's net neutrality rules. T-Mobile inherited the challenge when it merged with MetroPCS in a deal that closed earlier this month.
linkedin.com — IDG Enterprise seeks an experienced Web Writer to join CSOonline.com, a leading tech security publication. Qualified candidates will have at least 2 years' experience as an online news and news analysis writer for a news, business or technology website. A proven instinct for piquing the interest of online audiences is essential.
linkedin.com — IDG Enterprise is looking for a seasoned technology journalist to be the Editor of its CSOonline.com website and CSO print magazine. This top editorial position requires strong management, writing, assignment, editing, online and print experience. Public speaking and presenting experience a plus.
computerworld.com — Computerworld - Google yesterday sent a cease-and-desist letter to Microsoft, demanding that its rival remove the YouTube app built for the Windows Phone platform. The letter cited violations of the YouTube and YouTube API terms of service, including preventing the display of advertisements -- the way YouTube reaps revenue -- allowing video downloads and playing videos that partners have blocked on certain mobile devices.
computerworld.com — Computerworld - In the world of smartphones, you've got the rock stars -- the phones with all the flash and hype -- and then you've got the less glitzy, less heavily marketed alternatives. Here's a little secret: The phones in the second group are frequently the better devices.
computerworld.com — IDG News Service - Google kicks off its I/O developer conference next Wednesday and if there's one thing that could steal the limelight from Android, Chrome and all the other Google projects, it's Glass. Glass is a head-mounted computer worn like regular glasses that can serve up data and record a potentially limitless stream of information as the wearer goes about his or her day.
computerworld.com — Computerworld - Mobility has all but eclipsed speed and anything else as the capability garnering the most attention in desktop processors. Today, the chip world is seemingly focused on producing low power chips with integrated graphics accelerators that perform swiftly and extend battery life.
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