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Nero looks to blaze beyond CD burning

With new Canadian leadership, Nero is setting its sites on liquid media and conquering the TV with help from TiVo

Analyst says Nortel’s ISV strategy needs work

If the networking hardware vendor hopes to transition into software, it's going to need the help of a developer community

Why Nortel partners need to rethink their business models

Nortel's David Downing discusses why he sees tremendous value in integration and consultative channel opportunities

Acer bets big on Linux-based ultra-portable laptops

Aspire one is a small form-factor and ultra-portable computer

Juniper launches automated support services

Company's goal is to help customers resolve problems faster and avoid trouble in the first place

MSI plans next Wind mini-laptop, smaller devices

New Wind laptop will target business executives and will likely be out in 2009

Slow economy could mean good times for SaaS

rnVARs look for ways to increase business with existing customers and recruit new onesrn

Microsoft’s Live Search deal with HP

Plus, Windows XP Home and a new way to view books

AMD lets cat out of bag with Puma launch

Better graphics, greater energy efficiency and more power highlight AMD's next-generation laptop chip platform

How Nortel Networks is getting its groove back

Nortel president and CEO Mike Zafirovski outlines the transformational roadmap ahead for the vendor that was once the darling of Canadian IT

Sun aims to flood servers with solid-state drives

Solid-state drives from Sun will replace spinning disk drives later this year

CRM systems to get free company contact data

Data provider, Jigsaw, announces its Open Data Initiative

Acer eyes making more mobile Internet gadgets

Company hopes to catapult into a new segment of portable Internet devices

Real world BI: In the hospital, and on the street

From health care in Alberta to the police in Houston, two Information Builders customers share the secrets of their business intelligence success

Reasons why some hackers aren’t all that bad

Plus, Google and Apple and mobile devices and the retail channel

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