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4 Varying Kinds Of Mobile Computer Gadgets

Varying types of portable computer gadgets include the following: smartphones, laptop computers, netbook computers, and tablet PCs. Technology has provided us with an array of choices in mobile computer gadgets. These devices may have computer operations that are…

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Minuscule Mobile Presence Puts IE Market Share Below 50 Percent

If you look at the numbers a certain way, it appears that Microsoft’s Internet Explorer browser has fallen to below 50 percent of the overall browser market, according to figures from Net Applications. That figure, however, takes into…

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Google unveils Gmail app for the iPhone

iPhone users with Gmail accounts now have a dedicated app to help them manage their mail. Out today, the free Gmail iOS app is geared toward iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch owners. Though Gmail users can already access…

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Every Android device now infringes Apple patent: Slide to unlock

Whatever your position is on patent infringement and the never-ending lawsuits in the mobile space, the fact is until the system is overhauled it is the law. I hate that design elements can be patented, instead of actual…

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Mobile device management

Managing mobile devices entails a level of complexity unheard of in the traditional enterprise world of Windows desktops. MDM software needs to control devices from multiple manufacturers, running different versions of as many as five operating systems, tied…

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Windows 7 smartphone is ‘world’s smallest PC’

Fujitsu says an Intel Atom-powered smartphone that runs Windows 7 will be available in Japan July 23. Touted as the “world’s smallest PC,” the Loox F-07C includes a four-inch, 1,024 x 600 pixel touchscreen, 1GB of RAM, a…

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The iPad’s victory in defining the tablet: What it means

Apple’s view of the tablet is now the accepted model, but one that most commodity competitors still haven’t figured out A commodity play struggles in an unformed market Ironically, the fact that tablets are new should have given…

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Microsoft hopes to draw Android developers to Windows Phone

Microsoft is trying to woo Android application developers, offering them help in porting applications to Windows Phone. The company has released a Windows Phone API mapping tool for Android developers to help them find their way around the…

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My Fav Free Forensic Analysis Tools

I was talking about colleges with my son the other day to see what he is interested in for a possible major. I was hoping and praying he wouldn’t say English since my guidance there would be like…

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Will the carriers kill the mobile revolution?

Opposition to AT&T’s T-Mobile land grab is growing Meanwhile, opposition to the AT&T merger with T-Mobile is growing. The FCC has posted a list of 50 questions for the giant carrier, asking it to defend claims that the…

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