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  • Smaller businesses swap traditional Windows laptops for tablets

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    The recent spate of 2-in-1 laptops, such as the Surface Pro 3, has sparked interest among IT pros who wonder whether the devices can replace PCs.

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  • Have you ever been asked to boot up your laptop at airport security?

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  • Lenovo laptops keep score at the NBA Finals

    The National Basketball Association gave SearchMobileComputing.com a pre-game tour of the NBA Finals and explained how Lenovo laptops are critical to scoring and recording the events of each game.

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  • laptop computer

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  • Wireless laptop evolution

    If you're cycling out older laptops or deploying a whole new fleet you need to read this. In this feature column, Lisa Phifer explores the technologies and wireless interfaces you should consider when you purchase your next laptop.

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  • Laptops lifted right under corporate noses

    A new survey of Global 2000 professionals shows most laptops are lost or stolen at work and hold the kind of secrets that should give everyone goose bumps.

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  • Using 3G phones for laptop Internet access

    Most workers who choose 3G wireless will either buy a new laptop with embedded 3G or add a new 3G card to an existing laptop. But don't overlook a third option that just might prove less expensive: using a 3G phone for laptop Internet access. Learn benefits and drawbacks, as well as how to...

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