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posted in December 2011
Interface sluggishness has been unslugged. Users get some control over the contents of the carousel.
The US Department of Defense has approved the use of certain specific Android devices on their networks.
In Vegas in January the industry will take to go all in with tablets running Android 4 ("Ice Cream Sandwich"). Quality and features will go up, prices will go down.
Will buyers and other smart phone makers be in trouble for infringing? There might be prior art.
These products are all identical OEM versions of the same case. It's a high-performance case vailable at low prices.
Your iPhone 4S probably doesn't have adequate battery life. You're going to need a case anyway, so buy one that has an extra battery in it.
Cell phones and tablets can improve the quality and efficiency of healthcare--but do they exacerbate "distracted doctoring"? Some think so.
One thing Amazon.com does well is to get you up and running with your new Kindle. It comes set up for you.
A new generation of advertising software plagues Facebook and Google. Is there anything they can do about it?
The new mainstream e-reader from Amazon.com has the same great display and a more modern interface, but is disturbingly slow at times.
The hardware is heavy and unimpressive, the user interface is unresponsive, the battery is second-rate, but none of that might matter.
CDW takes a look at IT at the North Pole.