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AVG Technologies targets the Canadian channel with help from Ingram Micro

Software company has goal to increase its Canadian business up to 10 per cent

NetApp announces CEO switch; Georgens replaces Warmenhoven

Dan Warmenhoven, steps down after 15 years of heading up one of the industry's largest data storage companies

Report: Jobs proposed hiring deal to Palm CEO

The correspondence obtained does not contain the specifics of Jobs's proposal, but such an agreement, would likely serve to limit competition

Microsoft to backport Windows 7 ‘ribbon’ interface to Vista

The company will release the software for Vista as part of a Windows 7 Client Platform update in October

Oracle-Sun deal gets DOJ approval

The deal remains under scrutiny by European officials

Gateway NV5807u all-purpose laptop

Laptop has an attractive display, above-average speakers, and enough power to serve as a general-use PC for quite some time

Will Apple offer its own-branded HDTV?

Plus, Apple versus RIM and Microsoft Exchange 2010

Three tips to get more from your mouse

From new uses for the mouse wheel to eliminating the double click

Avnet keeps on innovating

Avnet has been focusing on solution specialization, and it's starting to pay off

BlackBerry takes app store to desktop

Desktop store makes it easier to search for applications by category, by popularity and by cost

Asus, Apple provide most reliable PCs, survey says

Asus and Apple provide best PCs and support, while Dell dips into the seventh spot in a PC reliability survey

Google adds Salesforce to enterprise search

The company has also improved its support for Microsoft's SharePoint

Windows 7 will run 120 days for free, Microsoft confirms

Same 'rearm' command that worked for Vista extends activation-free grace period

Avnet to make a strong push in Canada

Economic troubles in the U.S. encourage distributor to look elsewhere for growth

Acer’s Timeline notebook and how it compares to Apple’s MacBook Air

Plus, HP CEO comments on the business and is Acer preparing for touch-enabled, Windows 7-based devices?

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