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Macworld Expo Loses Apple in 2010, Jobs in 2009

Apple announced it will end its relationship with Macworld Expo after this January's event

Report: Cisco among three bidders for Nortel’s Ethernet biz

Nortel reportedly entertaining bids also from Huawei, Ericsson and Nokia Siemens

Top Newsmaker: NetApp’s Julie Parrish

Former worldwide channel chief discusses her time at Symantec and her rnnew role at NetApprn

Top Newsmaker: Softchoice’s Kirsten Thompson

This woman was at the forefront of this legal battle

Top Newsmaker: AMD’s Hector Ruiz

Ruiz resigned as chairman of AMD to become chairman of the chip business

Key solution areas for Avnet Technology Solutions

Plus Cisco versus other vendors and AMD's Athlon chips

A year of realignment, reassessment, repositioning

Circle the wagons to force short term results regardless of the long-range potential

CameraBag for iPhone

This solution is a collection of nine photo filters

Cisco and the security market

Plus, a new Mac Mini from Apple? And Google Chrome versus Microsoft IE 8

Balancing Facebook with face to face

In a Web 2.0 business world, be sure to balance social networking with in-person meetings

Windows Azure Services Platform

Microsoft's Windows Azure is a well-thought-out cloud computing architecture that should be easy to learn for existing ASP.Net developers

Mac sales slow, Windows PC sales grow, says NPD

While iMac desktops are Apple's weakness, notebooks are its strength

Toshiba to slash flash memory production as demand drops

Toshiba is planning to cut production of flash memory chips by just under one-third at its semiconductor base in Japan as demand for the chips drops

Intel to show devices that bring Internet to TV

Intel on Monday said it will show off prototype devices that meld the TV and the Internet.

Top Newsmaker: Ingram Micro Canada’s Mark Snider

Ingram Micro's tandem Canadian GMs experiment ends with Mark Snider as the solo boss

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