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LG joins race to launch Android tablets

Following on the heels of Cisco's (NASDAQ: CSCO) unveiling of Cius--an Android-based tablet computer designed for business use--other manufacturers are racing to tout similar plans for tablets based

Adopting Apple into the enterprise? You might want to think again

The launch of the Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) iPad and its spectacular sales numbers, everyone is talking about what the consumer product means for the enterprise. Same goes for the release of the iOS4,

Cisco's Cius and the business user

As Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) unveiled its first tablet computer, the Android-based Cius, early reactions suggest that the device might become an important tool for businesses. With Cisco's enterprise

Tablets in for amazing adoption curve in the enterprise

Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) made a surprising announcement this week: That it will release a tablet specifically for business users, and it is making the argument that this sleek little device should

Cisco unveils business tablet, touts as replacement for desktop

Is Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) is making a bet that a business-oriented tablet will catch on with the enterprise thanks to the popularity of the iPad? The company unveiled what it calls an Android-based

Developers: We expect iOS and Mac OS to merge over time

Tech site Ars Technica recently hosted a live chat with several Mac developers who were quizzed about their opinion of the Mac OS X and Apple's (NASDAQ: AAPL) development platform in general. These

The same old story: Even on ereaders, Apple dominates

The ereader wars are escalating. Barnes & Noble fired this week's first shot, trimming the retail cost of the 3G-enabled version of its Android-powered Nook device from $259 to $199--the

How to plan a mobile enterprise application strategy

With the proliferation of mobile devices in the enterprise and the continued advances that companies such as Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) have made with mobile app stores, there's no question that one of the

Kindle and Nook drop prices (but not far enough)

Amazon and Barnes and Noble both announced price cuts this week (not coincidentally, I imagine). Amazon cut the Kindle to $189, not long after B&N announced it was cutting the Nook to $199. Not

IDC: Expect PC sales to grow 20 percent in 2010

IDC thinks that global PC sales will experience resurgent growth of 20 percent in 2010. Fueling the optimistic figure is the sales of worldwide PC shipments in the first three months of the year,