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The Future is Here: Smart Electronics Designed to be Worn

The Future is Here: Smart Electronics Designed to be Worn

In this program, Gartner analyst Angela McIntyre and Dr....

What Makes a Private Cloud a CLOUD?

What Makes a Private Cloud a CLOUD?

Tweet Creating an agile, manageable private cloud environment that...

Federating Identities for a Successful Enterprise IdP Deployment

Federating Identities for a Successful Enterprise IdP Deployment

by Lisa Grady, Radiant Logic
When customers, employees, or...

The New Rhythm of IT: 5 Hurdles to Overcome in 2014

The New Rhythm of IT: 5 Hurdles to Overcome in 2014

by Ken Berryman, BMC Software, Inc.
The Federal Reserve...

The Ins and Outs of Secure Fax and Document Delivery Solutions for the Enterprise

The Ins and Outs of Secure Fax and Document Delivery Solutions for the Enterprise

by Bill Ho, Biscom
Data center annual budgets today...

Google and Moto: The Best- and Worst-Case Scenarios

September 20, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

If Google is able to go ahead with its plans to buy Motorola Mobility, it will mean big changes in store for the Android world. Whether those changes are hurtful or helpful to the OS as a whole is up to Google. Will the Android creator take its OS in a more proprietary direction? Or will Google’s acquisition actually make for a stronger, more diverse ecosystem?

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