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Lenovo buys back phone unit with eye on mobile Web products

It hopes to tap the growing mobile Internet device market

Worldwide IT spending in the New Year

Plus, all-in-one solutions and Apple and the PC market

20 Questions on… Taking advantage of the economic upturn

Looking ahead, economists, analysts, futurists and top channel professionals are starting rnto see some sunshinern

ViewSonic VPC100 all-in-one

For a system that strips back the functionality that makes an all-in-one worth purchasing, look no further than the VPC100

Microsoft delays open-sourcing of Windows 7 tool

Postpones re-release of netbook upgrade tool after admitting it copied code

Sequential growth a good sign for distribution

While we may not see a huge growth spurt next year, the market seems to be slowly picking itself up and putting itself back together

3Com takes enterprise Wi-Fi products worldwide

Neither 3Com nor HP has yet said what HP's Wi-Fi strategy will be once the merger finalizes

Check Point to offer new levels of security controls

Controls will enable businesses to have granular control over application usage

802.11n means more channel opportunities

Partners can help customers refresh their wireless networking equipment for faster and better coverage with 802.11n products

SMBs beginning to view IT as strategic to their business: IDC

IDC Canada reports on shifting patterns of SMB spending on IT, and the outlook for the financial services sector

Opera Mini usage adoption rates

Plus, Cisco and the Flip camera and telepresence

The right recipe for channel rep loyalty

Best practices for maintaining loyalty through incentive programs

Get in early on these emerging technology opportunities

From solid-state storage to desktop virtualization and variations of cloud computing, getting in early on emerging technologies is important to channel success

Google updates Apps BlackBerry service

The Google Apps Connector for BlackBerry can now support 500 people per server

Redirecting DNS requests can harm the Internet, says ICANN

Privacy and performance issues could arise when DNS operators substitute results for nonexistent domain requests

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