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Corel taps specialty distributor WYNIT

New agreement will bring Corel's video and photo editing software to photo-specialty and wide-format printing resellers

Microsoft says it’s done with acquisition deals with Yahoo

Plus, the service provider router market space and Walmart and Sam's Club to soon sell the iPhonern

10 great Bluetooth gadgets

While you weren't looking, an array of cool and useful Bluetooth devices has appeared on the scene

Survey: US IT spending forecast worst since 2001

Most companies will be cutting their IT spend in the next quarter: report

Microsoft to launch IE8 in ’09; RC due out in Q1

The software vendor says the IE8 release candidate will be the final, more or less

Nokia and IBM join forces on mobile e-mail

Nokia S60 3rd Edition devices can connect to corporate e-mail accounts via Lotus Domino Server add-on feature Notes Traveler

Former FCC staffers, Google.org chief to help Obama

Barack Obama has appointed three people to help set technology priorities for his administration

CA, VMware offer joint solution for integrated management

CA Data Center Automation Manager to become interoperable with VMware Stage Manager

Toshiba sets high storage capacity for small drives

Storage division announces a breakthrough half-terabyte hard disk drive in a 2.5-inch form factor

Samsung PN50A760 plasma HDTV

It's pricey, but you get what you pay for in image quality and extra features

Tech Data hops on green bandwagon

The distributor's ECO-Technology is mainly aimed at helping vendors highlight their green wares, but it's a star'

Canadian enterprise search market offers channel opportunities

Less than half of all Canadian enterprise-sized businesses are using search solutions, says Strategic Counsel analyst

Security management, SaaS headline CAWorld

The global recession has made its presence felt at this week's CAWorld 2008

Digital signage goes interactive

Samsung Electronics Canada launches four new large format displays with built-in speakers and touchscreen capability

RIM’s BlackBerry Storm in the enterprise

Plus, HP's new multi-touchscreen notebook and thoughts about Yahoo's board of directors

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