As computers become a commodity, there’s a full range of fresh use cases that have started emerging. One of the most interesting devices to have emerged lately is the Intel® compute stick. Clarke’s law*** suggests that any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. Just like the original flash drives or pen drives appeared to be a miraculous alternative to CDs, the compute stick too appears to be the harbinger of a computing revolution.
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Following reports from October this year, Sony has finally acquired Toshiba’s image sensor business for 19 billion yen that translates to $155 million.
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Microsoft has announced Windows Update for Business at its Ignite Conference. This will help IT professionals to make sure Windows devices within the organization are up to date with the latest features and security patches.
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Microsoft has unveiled Skype for Business technical preview at its Convergence conference today. The launch of Skype for Business replaces Microsoft Lync.
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Hot on the heels of the FCC listing, The Verge has managed to get its hand on marketing documents for the upcoming Windows 8 tablet. Named as the ThinkPad Tablet 2, it will be powered by the dual-core Intel Clover Trail processor.
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Nokia announced the addition of IBM Lotus Notes and Domino support to its mobile application platform, announced back in September 2005.
Nokia announced the addition of IBM Lotus Notes and Domino support to its mobile application platform, announced back in September 2005 ? Nokia Business Center. IBM Lotus Notes and Domino support will further complement the Business Center, which provides a combination of voice and business applications on a single device and allows a wide range of employees access to business-critical mobile email. Nokia Business Center is currently supported on more than ten Nokia smartphones and communicators. It is expected to be available to customers, equipped with IBM Lotus Notes and Domino support in the first quarter of 2006.