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One Day, You Won't Have To Pay Extra For Smartphone Data Plans, Cisco's CEO Predicts (CSCO)

Google Apps passes Lotus and GroupWise in market penetration down under

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Google Apps - getting real popular down under. delimiter.com.au/2012/09/11/goo…— Amit Singh (@aksingh77) September 11, 2012 As pointed out by Google’s VP of Enterprise Amit Singh, Australian publication Delimiter reports on a study from analyst firm Telsyte that reveals Google Apps is now second to Microsoft Outlook and Exchange in the...
Google Apps passes Lotus and GroupWise in market penetration down under

The Enterprise Tablet Party Is Over For Apple

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In 2010, Apple captivated PC users with the release of the iPad. The thin and light tablet with exceptional battery life, ease of use and attractive design became the must-have mobile device for many corporate executives and employees. With nothing comparable in the Windows PC world, Apple had the business...
The Enterprise Tablet Party Is Over For Apple

Why is Google Afraid of Facebook? Part II: Facebook's Traffic Passes Yahoo

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Social network Facebook has passed Yahoo! and is now nearing Google in the #1 spot for most monthly unique visitors from the US, according to traffic analyst firm Compete. Compete just published its January numbers this morning and reported that nearly 134 million US web users visited Facebook last month....
Why is Google Afraid of Facebook? Part II: Facebook's Traffic Passes Yahoo
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Samsung Is The New King Of Mobile

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Sammy is now the big kahuna of cell phones. Today’s Juniper Research and comScore reports indicated that Samsung kicked Apple from the top spot in regards to smartphones. IDC also released a report today indicating the same thing while noting that Samsung kicked Nokia from the top of total phone...
Samsung Is The New King Of Mobile

Samsung's Galaxy Note II hits 5 million channel sales, adding 3 million over the last 24 days

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Samsung has announced [translation] that its Samsung Galaxy Note II, its flagship phone-meets-tablet (‘phablet’), has passed 5 million in channel sales, chalking up a further 2 million shipments since November 2. The Korean phone maker, which regularly issues statistics relating to the number of units that have been bought by...
Samsung's Galaxy Note II hits 5 million channel sales, adding 3 million over the last 24 days

Microsoft's New Phone Gets the Social/App Balance Wrong

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Microsoft announced a new phone this morning called the Kin. It's all about being social: putting the stream of updates from your friends on Facebook and Twitter at the center of the experience, dragging photos to share them on the web, etc. It's a Zune phone, it will be on...
Microsoft's New Phone Gets the Social/App Balance Wrong

Samsung smartphone sales tipped to grow 35% in 2013, increasing its lead over Apple

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Samsung is already king of the smartphone hill, but analyst firm Strategy Analytics is predicting that the Korean firm will increase its lead over Apple and others by growing its smartphone sales by 35 percent in 2013. Strategy Analytics told Reuters that it estimates that the company’s extensive range of devices,...
Samsung smartphone sales tipped to grow 35% in 2013, increasing its lead over Apple

Apple's Magnetic Computer Chargers Might Be Headed To iPhones And iPads (AAPL)

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Future models of iPhones and iPads may use the MagSafe chargers that are currently in use on Apple's laptops, reports Patently Apple. Sure, the chargers look cool, but they serve a practical purpose too. Since they're held in place with magnets, they can disconnect without hurting your device when...
Apple's Magnetic Computer Chargers Might Be Headed To iPhones And iPads (AAPL)

Big data collection collides with privacy concerns, analysts say

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A recent push in the information technology industry to collect and monetize big data is headed for a clash with privacy concerns from Internet users and potential regulation from some governments, according to tech analyst firm Ovum. Internet advertising networks and other companies that depend on the collection of...
Big data collection collides with privacy concerns, analysts say

Google+ Has Been Out for a Year and a Half, Let's Check In On the Explore/What's Hot List

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Google+ Has Been Out for a Year and a Half, Let's Check In On the Explore/What's Hot List: chartier: To make sure we can all play along, the Explore/What's Hot section is the giant button in the left sidebar titled "Explore": This analyst firm says iOS sucks Android's balls Here's...
Google+ Has Been Out for a Year and a Half, Let's Check In On the Explore/What's Hot List

Google Music Finally Got A Killer Feature We've Been Dying For (GOOG)

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Google just delivered an update to its music service that we've been waiting for since it launched last summer. Now your account acts a true music locker, letting you re-download all your songs to your PC. Before, you could only upload songs to your account and stream them to...
Google Music Finally Got A Killer Feature We've Been Dying For (GOOG)

Econ 101: Competition lowers broadband costs

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The cost of local access to the Internet is disproportionately higher than the cost of sending the same bits over long haul networks, but the price difference is far from random. A study of access prices on long haul and local transit found that the technology used and local competition...
Econ 101: Competition lowers broadband costs
Markets: Trulia Stock Pops On Opening Day

5 Ways to Tell Which Programming Lanugages are Most Popular

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Are older programming languages like Java and Perl giving way to newer languages like Python and Ruby? Is HTML5/CSS3/JavaScript overtaking Flash and/or native mobile application development? Do Microsoft’s languages still have a large developer following, even as Microsoft promotes other languages as first-class citizens on platforms such as Windows...
5 Ways to Tell Which Programming Lanugages are Most Popular

Apple's MacBook Air continues to dominate PC Ultrabook market, while competition awaits with Windows 8

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Apple continues to dominate the slim notebook market with the MacBook Air and now the MacBook Pro with Retina Display. However, shipments of Windows Ultrabooks haven't yet hit the levels expected - likely because Windows 8 hasn't yet shipped, and when they do, Apple is likely to lose some...
Apple's MacBook Air continues to dominate PC Ultrabook market, while competition awaits with Windows 8

Apple Shipped More PCs than HP in Q4 2011, But Only If You Count iPads

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Break out the Apple cider if you live in/near Cupertino, California, and toast your hometown PC representatives for dethroning Hewlett-Packard as the worldwide client PC vendor in the fourth quarter of 2011, but only if you're willing to include tablet shipments in the overall tally. If you are, then congrats,...
Apple Shipped More PCs than HP in Q4 2011, But Only If You Count iPads

Analyst: iPhone 5 set to cost U.S. carriers $10B in subsidies

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An analyst firm downgraded both AT&T and Verizon’sstock to hold on Friday on fears that the two companies were overvalued and would see lowered margins because of the success of the newly launched iPhone 5. Stifel Nicolaus analyst Christopher King wrote in his downgrade notices, that because the iPhone 5...
Analyst: iPhone 5 set to cost U.S. carriers $10B in subsidies

Global smartphones in use pass 1bn, but next billion could come by 2015: Report

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The number of smartphones in use worldwide has passed the 1 billion mark for the first time, according to analyst firm Strategy Analytics, which estimates the landmark was surpassed during the third quarter of 2012. Strategy Analytics believes that there were 708 million smartphones one year ago, during the third...
Global smartphones in use pass 1bn, but next billion could come by 2015: Report

Analyst Firm: $172 Billion In Mobile Payments This Year

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The confusion and cacophony around mobile payments, it seems, grows louder with each new product release or startup. We in the US thought that mobile payments were in their infancy. However a report from Gartner projects mobile payments this year will reach a massive $171.5 billion on a global... Please...
Analyst Firm: $172 Billion In Mobile Payments This Year

The Ups and Downs of the "America-Proof" Cloud: CloudSigma

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If it's a feature your customers are asking for, it's difficult not to want to provide it. Although one of the benefits of public cloud computing is the ability to provision computing and storage resources from anywhere in the world on-demand, enterprises in Europe are wary that if their cloud-based...
The Ups and Downs of the "America-Proof" Cloud: CloudSigma

What You Missed at Monki Gras

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If you didn't make it to London for Monki Gras, the follow on conference to Monktoberfest, you missed out on quite a lot of great content and beer. The conference is organized by RedMonk, an unusual analyst firm. Their conferences, reflecting the analysts at RedMonk, are unusual as well. The...
What You Missed at Monki Gras

Wow! Internet capacity has doubled to 77 Tbps in two years.

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To fill up the entire Internet you’d need to flood the networks with 77 terabits per second of content, since that’s exactly how much capacity there is according to Telegeography. The analyst firm said today that while 77 Tbps of capacity is impressive, the total rate of growth in capacity...
Wow! Internet capacity has doubled to 77 Tbps in two years.
iOS shoots ahead of Android in enterprise app developer interest

Can a New Analyst Firm Take Down Gartner?

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For more than 30 years, Gartner has dominated the IT analyst market. CIO.com columnist Rob Enderle sees Ombud, a new analyst firm focusing on social CRM and pulling member profiles from LinkedIn, as a viable challenge to a firm founded before there were even PCs....
Can a New Analyst Firm Take Down Gartner?

NPD: 13.3-inch MacBook Pro to get Retina display in Q4

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Analyst firm NPD claims that Apple is set to expand its high-resolution MacBook Pro line with a 13.3-inch offering. In a blog post, NPD revealed findings from its examination of the ODM supply chain, which indicate that a 13.3-inch high-resolution display is already being produced in large quantities. The report...
NPD: 13.3-inch MacBook Pro to get Retina display in Q4
Analysts: Office 365 is a win for consumers. For businesses, it's not so clear
Samsung smartphones obliterate iPhone sales in Q2 as rivalry reaches boiling point

Apple Overtakes Samsung in Smartphone Shipments: Juniper

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The company's return to top spot was partly driven by continuing to offer the iPhone 3GS at rock-bottom prices. - Apple overtook Samsung in smartphone shipments in the last quarter of 2011, according to data from mobile analyst firm Juniper Research. Almost 25 percent of the 149 million smartphones shipped...
Apple Overtakes Samsung in Smartphone Shipments: Juniper
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