Halliburton latest biz to dump BlackBerry for iPhone

Halliburton latest biz to dump BlackBerry for iPhone On The Register, Bill Ray looks at a new challenge for RIM. “Halliburton is claiming that the switch is motivated 'in order to better support our mobile application initiatives', rather than employee demand, and Halliburton will be providing the iPhones, so it's a top-down decision based on iOS application support, emphasising just how far RIM has to go,” he writes. What's your opinion?

Latest Apple iTV rumours: Siri and motion controls built in, Best Buy polls consumers on price On ZDNet, Sean Portnoy looks at the rumours. “It’s highly doubtful that Best Buy would disclose any Apple iTV specs before its release, but the fact that it felt compelled to gauge consumer interest in the product does suggest that we’ll be seeing it sooner than later. Whether it will come with those exact specs, or that exact price, will continue to be fodder for the rumor mill until Apple finally unveils the television,” he writes.What's your opinion?

Tech Data ramps up MDM with new TDMobility president On The VAR Guy, Dave Courbanou reports on the leadership change. “ Before heading up TDMobility, Quaglia was named SVP of U.S. Marketing in 2007, a role he will hold on to, essentially doing double-duty. Tech Data holds a lot of faith in Quaglia, especially since he has been credited with a successful launch of StreamOne, TDCloud and more,” he writes. What's your opinion?

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