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PC of the future has no mouse: Microsoft

Files in next-gen computer will manipulated by moving hands across a touchscreen

The new office culture

A recent survey by Ipsos Reid found that 86 per cent of Canadian professionals feel that working in teams is more important to business success today than it was five years ago

Projecting a new promotion

Ingram Micro Canada and Toshiba Canada partner on a promotion

A leak on upcoming Palm device

Also, is there a Gay Robot, and questions about the Internet

PC Tools gains malware detection technology

Buys Cyberhawk software from Novatix

Microwave Office gets speed boost

Software said to cut time in designing communications products

Toshiba to add AMD-powered laptop

Entry-level machine will mark a return for chipmaker to the vendor

Cisco still trying to defend its aftermarket turf

It's urging partners to use its refurbished equipment program, but analyst says the vendor still can't compete

RFID report makes waves

Research company finds technology spreading

StoreVault comes to Canada

Ten months after debuting in the U.S., Network Appliance brings its SMB product north to be distributed by Tech Data. A company executive explains its aggressive channel plans

Time running out on Linksys NSS storage promo

Cisco/Linksys partners with Tech Data Canada on promotionrnrn rn

The problem with knowing too much

Sometimes sales staff spout too many features and lose sales because customers become confused

Novell goes public with terms of Microsoft-Linux deal

Initial reading suggests pact doesn't give Linux users full patent protection, says one open source advocate

Powerchip seeks control of flash memory maker

However, Macronix is asking shareholders to reject the bid

BEA tackles event-driven architecture

New application to compete against offerings from Oracle and Tibco is made for high volume transaction environments. Also expected into the market are IBM, SAP and Microsoft

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