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Video: Toshiba’s new back to school notebooks

New Satellite products designed for back to school and back to work season

Microsoft offers deep discounts on Windows 7

Windows 7 Home Premium to be listed at $50. The deal will last two weeks

Dell makes fast friends in slow times

No matter how you feel about Dell, it's a major endorsement of the distribution model

IPhone 3G versus the Flip

Plus, Lenovo's PC designs and HTC's new Android-based smartphone

Adobe Premiere Elements 7 and Photoshop Elements 7

Unless you're a serious design professional, Elements packs all the functionality you'll need

Software sales drop, but Oracle beats expectations

The company was pleased with the results, especially in Europe, where its applications business grew by five per cent

Cisco gives IronPort gear a boost with RSA’s data-leak prevention tech

Upgrade marks the first fruit of the DLP partnership between Cisco and RSA

Jobs has new liver, ‘excellent prognosis,’ doctor says

The Memphis hospital's statement is first confirmation of the operation

Toshiba netbooks and laptops go back to school

Design, colours and form factors were important to the notebook designs to better meet the needs and preferences of end-users

Video: Cisco, Unis Lumin help solve college’s security problems

UC-based solution will be used throughout the college's three campus locations

Intel and Nokia’s long-term partnership agreement

Plus, storage encryption and digital camera vendors

Video: Cisco Canada president pushes video and green IT

After a solid year on the job Nitin Kawale is moving forward with his growth plan for the subsidiary

Is the Oracle/Sun deal a harbinger of leviathans to come?

In an era where vendors are aiming to get bigger and become one-stop technology shops, the value of the channel partner won't be diminished

Innergie’s mCube 90

If you travel with a lot of technology, the mCube universal adapter can help you avoid the usual tangle of power cords

Nokia Siemens keeping some Nortel staff in Canada

Nortel/Nokia deal will lead to job reduction, but Nokia Siemens does plan to continue wireless research in Ottawa

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