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LG’s 42LG60 (Scarlet) 42-inch LCD HDTV

The 42" Scarlet HDTV from LG performs well and boasts an attractive design, but it comes with a hefty price tag

How to handle the expensive objection

New sales tactics for answering cost objections before they are asked

Google geeks need love too

Plus, VMware predicts the demise of Windows and Major League Baseball goes on the iWarpath

Intel Canada GM’s roller coaster ride

Doug Cooper reflects on the past 25 years with Intel and counting

Five storage strategies that will save you money

With storage costs accounting for at least 11 per cent of IT hardware budgets, here's five ways you can cut your storage bill

Hold off on WiMAX investments, Gartner cautions

The analysts says businesses should wait for wider deployment and dual-mode handsets before investing in WiMAX

Dispelled Intel rumor may disappoint gamers

Prices for Intel's Bloomfield chips may disappoint after rumors purported they'd be far less expensive than billed

AMD takes on Intel with its own low-power chip

Taking aim at Intel's Moorestown, AMD's Bobcat will be a low-power processor for mobile devices and sub-notebooks

Symantec assures its channel the sky isn’t falling

Security vendor insists it's not moving to one-tier distribution and isn't taking SMB renewals direct

VMware is in channel refinement mode

Company creates affiliate program with other vendors to increase partner profitability

As the losses mount AMD replaces its CEO

The chip maker will divest its handheld and digital TV businesses after reporting a US$1.19 billion Q2 loss

Microsoft online business flags despite overall revenue rise

The software giant's financials are strong, but online search and advertising remains a Microsoft challenge

Conservationists look to ICT for cleaner Canada

A WWF report says Canada could reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 20 per cent through better use of IT

Mainframe sales, strong overseas market buoy IBM earnings

IBM's System z mainframes show strength but System p and System i show weakness as legacy users migrate away

BlackBerry vs. the iPhone in the enterprise space

Plus, Europe to curb text message pricing and Toshiba's new notebook drive

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