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Mark Hurd makes first appearance as Oracle executive

"No one is better positioned" than Oracle to grow, Hurd says during an earnings conference call

RIM posts revenue gains on BlackBerry sales

Research in Motion shipped more than 12 million BlackBerry smartphones last quarter

Acer Aspire 7745-5632

Though it's shy on overall performance, you otherwise get a lot of bang for your buck

Thoughts on Windows Phone 7

Plus, iPad versus laptop sales and IPv6 migration

Google Android overtakes Windows Mobile

New numbers from Google show that customers are increasingly buying devices with its newest version of Android

Thoughts on Twitter’s upcoming redesign

Plus, Cisco's dividend plans and RIM's BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300

Consumer Reports knocks Apple for ending iPhone free case deal

'Not acceptable' to put onus on customers for antenna flaw, says mag

Microsoft’s IE9 beta leverages GPU, HTML5

Microsoft unveiled its newest browser in beta Wednesday, promising a visually-compelling and faster experience that prioritizes the Web site over the browser

Intel: Future smartphones will be assistants, companions

Intel CTO Justin Rattner descibes a future with so-called context-aware computers and mobile devices

Channel opportunity with need for Windows migration help

With only four more years until Microsoft finally cuts support for Windows XP, SMBs should start migrating to Windows 7 by 2012, according to experts. But will there be enough talent to help them do it?

To pay or not to pay, that is the mobile user conundrum

Smartphone owners will pay for apps, hate mobile ads

Revamped Twitter.com site takes flight

Twitter goes after Facebook, third-party apps with embedded pics and video, threaded replies and tweet drill-downs

Cisco to pay its first dividend

The rate of the dividend will depend on U.S. taxation of overseas profits

Lead by women in graduate degrees doesn’t extend to IT

Enrollments by women in IT programs declined last year

Westcon Security names new VP, inks distribution partnership

Distributor has inked a deal with Palo Alto Networks to expand its solutions offerings

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