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HP SlateBook 14: a standard laptop that runs Android

HP SlateBook 14: a standard laptop that runs Android

Will new HP device only run mobile OS?
Jane McCallion Apr 29 2014, 6:38AM Hardware
Rabid reseller: Technology that sells

Rabid reseller: Technology that sells

How a mainframe turned around this regional reseller’s fortunes.
Rabid Reseller Oct 19 2010, 12:21PM Hardware
Don’t bite the hand that feeds you

Don’t bite the hand that feeds you

Dealing with clients, no matter how annoying, is a reason why we have jobs
Mathew Dickerson Mar 16 2009, 4:05PM Finance
Staff column: Turn that downturn upside down

Staff column: Turn that downturn upside down

It's the global financial crisis that we had to have, which doesn't make it pleasant, but there's a silver lining if you know where to look.
Ry Crozier Feb 3 2009, 10:00AM Finance
Do you want fries with that?

Do you want fries with that?

Michael Jenkin discusses the value of service in a time of low margins and increasingly stiff competition.
Staff Writers Oct 28 2008, 10:44AM Finance
That Steve Ballmer is one committed man

That Steve Ballmer is one committed man

Matthew JC. Powell is alarmed at the sentences Steve Ballmer is capable of.
Staff Writers Sep 30 2008, 4:55PM Software
Not that there’s anything wrong with that

Not that there’s anything wrong with that

Allow Matthew JC. Powell to share with you a bit of history
Matthew JC Powell Sep 26 2008, 10:31AM Software
Opinion: How much is that penguin in the Window?

Opinion: How much is that penguin in the Window?

So the Redmond Rottweiler has promised not to bite any Salt Lake City penguins for another year or so.
Ian Yates Aug 22 2008, 11:28AM Software
Offers that are too good to be true

Offers that are too good to be true

Just like the saying goes for buyers purchasing a new house, resellers should also beware.


Mathew Dickerson, Axxis Technology
Staff Writers Jul 22 2008, 2:49PM Sales & Marketing
Would you like a PC with that?

Would you like a PC with that?

In the US, buying a PC is as easy as heading to your local grocery store, writes Matthew Dickerson, Axxis Technology.
Staff Writers Jun 24 2008, 3:32PM Hardware
What’s in that code?

What’s in that code?

Vendors begin to respond to the failures of URL filtering
Darren Baguely Apr 30 2008, 11:25AM Security
An idea, that perhaps, may be the best yet

An idea, that perhaps, may be the best yet

Matthew JC. Powell is quite clearly an innovator and would like to share his revelation with us all
Matthew JC Powell Apr 30 2008, 10:49AM Hardware
Matthew JC Powell: Don’t take that tone with me

Matthew JC Powell: Don’t take that tone with me

Matthew JC. Powell wonders why teenagers resist paying for ringtones
yet subscribe for ‘free’
Matthew JC Powell Oct 2 2007, 10:18AM Collaboration
ACCC tells Telstra to change ads that no longer exist

ACCC tells Telstra to change ads that no longer exist

Watchdog issues recommendation for Telstra to amend NextG advertisements that the telco said are already changed.
Mitchell Bingemann Aug 24 2007, 2:16PM Collaboration
Fears grow that laser printers can seriously damage health

Fears grow that laser printers can seriously damage health

Particle emissions from laser printers might pose health concern.
Robert Jaques Aug 1 2007, 7:45AM Hardware
Hackers unleash worm that targets VoIP

Hackers unleash worm that targets VoIP

Hackers have released a worm that attacks Skype, the voice over IP (VoIP) application, security experts warn.
Fiona Raisbeck Dec 21 2006, 3:36PM Collaboration
Microsoft names 50 apps that require SP2 tweaks

Microsoft names 50 apps that require SP2 tweaks

Microsoft has posted a list of nearly 50 applications and games -- some from Microsoft, others from third-party vendors -- that won't work properly with Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) without some tweaking.
Staff Writers Aug 17 2004, 12:00AM Software
Would you like broadband with that?

Would you like broadband with that?

Telstra will activate wireless hotspots in 44 MacDonald’s outlets across Australia, offering users wireless broadband access starting today.
Nirmal Chandrasena Feb 23 2004, 12:00AM Mobility
Thanks, we’ll do that now: Captaris

Thanks, we’ll do that now: Captaris

Document management software vendor Captaris has bought the distribution arm of business partner Axient for an undisclosed sum, citing dissatisfaction with that company’s performance in the channel.
Fleur Doidge Oct 28 2003, 12:00AM Data centre

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