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Killer cloud: report says Amazon Web Services threatens all IT incumbents

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Amazon Web Services faces growing competition from a dozen or more legacy name-brand IT giants. But instead of taking a hit, it poses a bigger-than-ever threat to the those vendors — all of which are building their own competitive clouds, according to new Morgan Stanley research. Oh, and the researchers...
Killer cloud: report says Amazon Web Services threatens all IT incumbents

iPad Killing Netbooks Already?

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An interesting chart released from Morgan Stanley Research this morning shows that during the month of April - the month the iPad launched - netbook sales stalled. Did the iPad really have that much impact on an industry that was once the fastest-growing segment of the PC market? Or was...
iPad Killing Netbooks Already?

Research In Motion ‘Essentially Broken,’ Says Morgan Stanley

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Research In Motion shares are getting hit hard Monday after Morgan Stanley analysts expressed in stark terms that the company faces bleak choices....
Research In Motion ‘Essentially Broken,’ Says Morgan Stanley

Outlook 2013 RT Coming to Windows RT Tablets as part of Windows 8.1 Update

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Today at Computex 2013, Tami Reller, CFO and CMO of Microsoft's Windows Division, announced that Outlook 2013 RT will be available on Windows RT tablets as part of the free Windows 8.1 update coming later this year.  This means that if you have a Microsoft Surface or a Windows RT...
Outlook 2013 RT Coming to Windows RT Tablets as part of Windows 8.1 Update

The Mobile Gold Rush Is Not Even Close To Peaking

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When Apple opened up the iPhone API in 2008, I wrote an article about how a major modern-day gold rush was igniting, as developers rushed to build addictive apps. Now, one popular iOs app, Draw Something, generates 6 figures of revenue daily and has hit 20 million downloads in...
The Mobile Gold Rush Is Not Even Close To Peaking

An Inexpensive Fabric Could Recharge Your Cell Phone In Your Pocket

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Scientists have created technology that would allow you to charge your cell phone in your pocket.  David Carroll at Wake Forest University created Power Felt, which uses carbon nanotubes on a bed of plastic as conductors of electricity. The fabric feeds off warmth from the sun or your body heat. ...
An Inexpensive Fabric Could Recharge Your Cell Phone In Your Pocket

Time To Plug In, Retailers: Smartphone Use To Double In Two Years [Infographic]

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How big is the smartphone market? Try these numbers on for size: from 1997 to 2012, there were 1.038 billion smartphones in use, enough for 1 for for every 6.7 people on the planet. But (and here's the real mind blower), while it took 16 years to get the first...
Time To Plug In, Retailers: Smartphone Use To Double In Two Years [Infographic]

The week in cloud: Can Windows Azure disrupt Amazon's cloud? Stay tuned.

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Two of Microsoft’s biggest tech events are queued up for the next few weeks, TechEd in New Orleans this week and Build (formerly known as its Professional Developers Conference) later in the month and it doesn’t take a genius to predict that the company will use these occasions to promote the use...
The week in cloud: Can Windows Azure disrupt Amazon's cloud? Stay tuned.

MORGAN STANLEY: The Entire Retail Industry Is Undergoing A Revolution, And These Companies Will Be The Huge Winners

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Morgan Stanley's internet and retail research teams led by Scott Devitt just published a big report on global eCommerce, which they project will be a $1 trillion market by 2016. One major takeaway from the report is that eCommerce and retail are engaged in a zero-sum game; that one company's...
MORGAN STANLEY: The Entire Retail Industry Is Undergoing A Revolution, And These Companies Will Be The Huge Winners

Lovefilm heads off Netflix again with Universal deal

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Again confirming its intention to spend aggressively on top-shelf streaming video content and head off Netflix’s European expansion goals, Amazon’s Euro streaming subsidiary Lovefilm today announced an exclusive multi-year licensing deal for Universal Pictures films. The agreement with NBCUniversal International TV Distribution will stream films including Battleship, The Lorax, The...
Lovefilm heads off Netflix again with Universal deal
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