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Content posted in July 2010
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New Yahoo Mail And IM Apps Target Android
Commentary  |  7/1/2010  | 
Yahoo has introduced two new apps for Android meant to help keep Yahoo Mail and Messenger services in the game. It also debuted Web-based email for the iPhone.
Affordable SMB Productivity Tools, Part 2
Commentary  |  7/1/2010  | 
Phones, headsets, mobile apps, power meters and more were all on display at recent New York City events, offering SMBs and consumers alike affordable ways to increase productivity (and enjoyment).
Down To Business: The Soft Financial Discipline Of Federal IT
Commentary  |  7/1/2010  | 
The administration's budget czars are talking tough about IT spending, but projected 'modest' spending increases show that they're all bark.
Palm And HP Now One Company
Commentary  |  7/1/2010  | 
Today HP officially closed its acquisition of Palm, for which it paid $1.2 billion. The new company promises "an amazing roadmap of new tools."
Full Nelson: Behind Cisco's Tablet Surprise
Commentary  |  7/1/2010  | 
Cisco's Cius tablet is just one part of the company's push to own the "Social Enterprise," and, with its video-centric approach, another tool to push today's infrastructure for obvious gains.
Affordable SMB Productivity Tools
Commentary  |  7/1/2010  | 
At two events in New York City, 140+ vendors showed off new productivity-enhancing headsets, printers, webcams and more, that fit SMB and consumer budgets (Part 1 of 2).
Verizon, Nokia Poke Fun At iPhone Antenna Issue
Commentary  |  7/1/2010  | 
Verizon Wireless loves to make fun of rival AT&T and its iPhone whenever it can. Verizon is turning up the snark with its latest ad.
Kin's Fate Foretells Windows Phone 7's Future?
Commentary  |  7/1/2010  | 
On Wednesday Microsoft killed the Kin a mere 48 days after launch. It makes you wonder how much Microsoft will be behind Windows Phone 7.
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