Nokia launches its first laptop

August 24, 2009
Trend Micro: Managed Services Moves Coming
The VAR Guy
The VAR Guy writes why Trend Micro may be entering the managed services business soon.

“The VAR Guy hears Trend Micro is working to integrate with a range of remote monitoring and management (RMM) tools. Two trusted sources tell The VAR Guy that Trend Micro is “making progress” integrating the company’s Worry-Free Remote Manager software with a range of third-party RMM tools.”

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Nokia launches laptop
Register Hardware
James Sherwood writes that Nokia has launched its first laptop, Booklet 3G.

“Described by Nokia’s Executive Vice President as a “natural evolution” for the formally phone-only firm, today’s surprise announcement sees the Finnish phone firm unveil a machine with a 10.1in HD-ready display. Booklet 3G’s body measures less than 2cm thick, Nokia promised, and the machine weighs in at 1,200 grams.”

Google Chrome 4 launches with bookmark synchronization
ZD Net

Garett Rogers writes about Google’s recently announced Chrome 4 version for the developer preview channel.

“To use the new feature bookmark synchronization, launch the ‘dev channel’ version of Chrome with the –enable-sync flag, and then enable the feature in your options. Bookmark sync uses the XMPP protocol to broadcast your bookmark activity to other instances of Chrome that you are using.”

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