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California jury returns verdict against RIM in patent suit

Research In Motion said it does not believe that the patent claimed by Mformation is valid

Huawei eyes storage market, after buy out of joint venture with Symantec

Last year, Huawei announced it would acquire a joint venture it had with Symantec to sell storage products

Apple admits mistake, says it’s back in EPEAT

Bob Mansfield hints the return to EPEAT was in answer to customer complaints

Windows 8 may not be sold solo

Consumers may have access to OEM editions usually sold by hardware partners, which cost less but come with less support and flexibility

Google ships Nexus 7 tablet, but retail channel struggle to keep up

Best Buy Canada and Staples are among the retailers saying the tablet is posing some challenges

Acer to offer free Windows 8 upgrades on some ultrabooks

Acer will refund the small fee Microsoft is charging consumers to upgrade Windows 7 PCs to Windows 8 Pro

Sony launches new wireless speaker range

AirPlay and Wi-Fi battery-powered portable audio

Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K760

The K760 achieves its small footprint by foregoing a dedicated numeric keypad and dropping Home, End, Forward Delete, Page Up, Page Down keys

iPhone water hazard: Tips to stay dry

So what do you do when your iPhone gets wet and stops working. Here are some self-help ways

The worst security snafus of 2012

From the embarrassing hack of a conversation between the FBI and Scotland Yard to a plethora of data breaches, security snafus have ruled the first half of 2012

Playing the game of gamification of IT

How gamification will change the face of engagement in the channel

New training program for Microsoft channel partners

ThinkTel offers Lync voice training to integrators

Microsoft Canada president aims to build the subsidiary back up

Max Long says he jumped at the chance to turn around Microsoft Canada

The war of the devices: Microsoft, stay the course

Microsoft's strategy about hardware in the next 2-3 years should be very simple

New Microsoft Canada channel chief outlines first priorities

Just days into his new job, the former Compugen exec says his top priority is meeting with - and listening to - Microsoft channel customers

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