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posted in October 2012

FreedomPop: 4G Data For Free, If You're Careful

10/24/2012
FreedomPop offers free -- yes, free -- 4G cellular data on the Sprint / Clearwire network. It can be a great deal, but you have to buy some hardware first and then you have to be careful to avoid the many traps they set to upsell you to pay services.

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iPad Mini: Apple Could Have Done More

10/24/2012
It's Just A Smaller iPad. Yes, the components in Apple's devices keep getting better and faster, but they haven't really done anything bold and innovative lately. Eventually someone else will win over customers by thinking different.

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Cloud-Integrated WinZip Disappoints

10/19/2012
The latest version of WinZip tries to make the case for spending money on an archiving utility by expanding its reach into cloud services Dropbox, Google Drive, and Microsoft SkyDrive. That's the theory, but in practice it's not all that groundbreaking.

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Samsung Aims For Enterprise With Windows 8

10/16/2012
Samsung has been moving heavily into the US market with TVs, Android tablets and phones, notebooks, and now they are making a major move into Windows 8 computers and hybrid tablet/notebooks. Some use the S-Pen famous from their Galaxy Note Phablet. "The lines between the living room and the boardroom are blurring."

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Apple vs. Samsung Injunction Reversed On Appeal

10/11/2012
Apple was dealt a counterblow Thursday in its patent fracas with Samsung. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit ruled that the district court in California overstepped when it granted Apple's injunction against selling the Samsung Galaxy Nexus in the United States.

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Sprint Hands Out Vanity Phone Numbers

10/8/2012
Instead of punching in 10 numbers to call your friend Joe, why not just dial **JOE? That's the idea behind StarStarMe, Sprint's new vanity phone number service. Reservations for the speed-dial codes are first-come, first served, and aren't cheap at $2.99 a month per number.

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Tiny Router Packs Big Wi-Fi Punch

10/1/2012
The TL-WR702N is a "nano" wireless router for travel or SOHO use. It's not much bigger than a matchbook, yet performs great for less than $25. It's a must-have for anyone who needs to set up a Wi-Fi network quickly.

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IT's Reputation: What the Data Says
IT's Reputation: What the Data Says
InformationWeek's IT Perception Survey seeks to quantify how IT thinks it's doing versus how the business really views IT's performance in delivering services - and, more important, powering innovation. Our results suggest IT leaders should worry less about whether they're getting enough resources and more about the relationships they have with business unit peers.
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