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Laptop bags for the ladies

One of Macworld's resident dames goes laptop bag shopping

Experience: Is it really all it’s cracked up to be?

My own experience has taught me that most people don't really absorb the lessons that their experience offers

Panasonic halves size of prototype laptop fuel cell

A day of computing power on one charge will be possible, but not before 2012

Sage releases Simply Accounting 2009

Updated line of software aimed at improving usability for new small business owners

Intel’s Moorestown platform to get 3.5G support

Chip platform to hit the market in 2009 or 2010, Intel says

Rent video conferencing rooms by the hour

If $300K is too steep for TelePresence, Taj Hotels will be opening up public suites with the Cisco video gear. Find out where else it's available

Toshiba to partially acquire SanDisk flash venture stake

Deal will see Toshiba become owner of 30 per cent of the chips made at the factories

Microsoft’s Vista SP2 due out next month

Plus, more news on Microsoft and Yahoo and Wi-Fi hotspots

Recession-proof IT jobs

Learn the technology and career skills you should have to survive the economic downturn

Iomega tempts SMBs with low-end storage

Storage appliance now includes EMC's LifeLine software

Microsoft narrows gap with VMware

However, IDC says virtualization growth is tapering off and vendors should look to target new markets

With eyes on Atom, AMD to detail netbook strategy next month

Netbook sales are soaring, and AMD needs an answer to Intel's Atom processor

Symantec announces new partner sales and services offerings

New training and resources to help partners fuel sales and growth in the online services and selling spaces

Security vendor Symantec reinforces its investment in its channel partners

Company executives say it needs its partners now more than ever due to changes with the economy and its channel leadership

Ingram Canada to offer 400 new vendors with US distribution center

With access to the Chicago distribution centre Ingram's Canadian line card will double, and the distie doesn't dismiss the possibility Dell may be among the new vendors

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