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The PC market according to IDC

Plus, IBM and Lombardi and Dell's revenue outlookrn

Wind Mobile goes live, shakes-up cellular market

Globalive's Wind Mobile brand is officially live in Toronto and will soon be opening its doors in Calgary and other Canadian cities

Apple granted permanent injunction against Psystar

Psystar must comply with all of the stipulations of the injunction by midnight on December 31

Manufacturer turns to Citrix VAR for virtualization help

New infrastructure provides a centralized IT environment and lower cost of ownership, executive says

Dell launches dedicated services organization

Dell Services, built on the recently acquired Perot Systems, will focus on midmarket customers

PC market on fast track to recovery, IDC says

PC shipments will record double digit growth by 2013

Nvidia to put new Tegra, Ion chips in production

Tegra chips will reach netbooks and mobile Internet devices in Q1, smartphones in Q2

Out with a bang, not a whimper

After a tough year, signs of hope are ahead for the distie community

ViewSonic VPD400 MovieBook HD

Product has a wallet-friendly price tag, but it omits a lot of features

The managed services industry

Plus, what CIOs need to focus on in 2010 and HP's new cloud services offerings

SAP needs partners to help move into on-demand, SME

At the SAP Influencer Summit 2009, the focus was on how partners can help push the company's shift to on-demand technologies, SMEs, and offerings besides monolithic ERP implementations

Merger of Metafore and Microserv targets national customers

Metafore executives see no overlap and minimal redundancies, but its three-person leadership structure is raising some eyebrows

Mobile’s future: outrageous but possible predictions

Ten mobile trends-many of which are, in fact, pretty outrageous

EU accepts Microsoft’s commitments to offer browser choice

Microsoft's offer to provide Windows users with a browser choice screen satisfies EU antitrust authorities

IBM buying BPM vendor Lombardi

The company's software will join IBM's large BPM portfolio

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