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View From Above: SAP bets on the cloud
View From Above: IT Dinosaurs in Cambridge
View From Above: Survey finds naysayer cloud security fears melt away after they become customers
View From Above: Microsoft's Mobile Futility Could Be Its Reality
View From Above: Apple finally commits to the cloud
View From Above: If the government wants you, where you store your data doesn't matter
View From Above: Sleeping with the Enemy: Oracle and Salesforce Deal Can't End Well
View From Above: Verizon joins forces with Ubuntu, but is there a US market?
View From Above: It's getting harder to make money selling smartphones
View From Above: Maybe Microsoft was always just a one trick pony
View From Above: When it comes to mobile, the thrill is gone
View From Above: Blackberry begins its death march
View From Above: iPhone and Android could be the next BlackBerry at some point
View From Above: Some startups outgrow the cloud
View From Above: Let's talk about apps, ba-by
View From Above: Microsoft and Nokia should beware of "can't miss" deals
View From Above: Apple has a lot in common with The Rolling Stones
View From Above: Microsoft's pathetic attempt to buy Windows 8 mobile customers
View From Above: Seems rumors of Apple's demise have been greatly exaggerated
View From Above: The cloud isn't going anywhere so let's move on
View From Above: Microsoft finds itself in between a desktop rock and a cloud hardplace
View From Above: Microsoft should have shut up and ignored Apple taunting
View From Above: CEO roadkill sign that disruption is catching up with the old guard
View From Above: The Cloud upended IT procurement and it's never going back
View From Above: As the desktop moves to the cloud, Microsoft is running behind again
View From Above: Imagine your mobile phone as your PC
View From Above: In spite of BYOD, the iPhone-Blackberry tandem persists
View From Above: Microsoft needs a coherent OS strategy
View From Above: Microsoft could be legitimate third Phone OS, but still lots of work to do
View From Above: With $4.4B loss, BlackBerry takes another step from being toward nothingness
View From Above: Apple gets a juicy new market with China Mobile deal
View From Above: Why Google gives Android away
View From Above: The next cloud-mobile battleground is your car
View From Above: Apps aren't just for your smartphones anymore
View From Above: Seems Apple can't win for losing
View From Above: Microsoft CEO choice all about cloud
View From Above: Nadella's mobile nightmare: iOS and Android accounted for 93.8 percent of smartphone shipments in 2013
View From Above: IDC: China smartphone growth slows for the first time in over 2 years
View From Above: Microsoft, Nokia and the struggle for marketshare
View From Above: Let's put an end to the cloud-mainframe comparisons
View From Above: Microsoft finally readies Office for iPad...two years too late
View From Above: Cloud competition is a beautiful thing
View From Above: BlackBerry struggles to find a new identity
View From Above: Counting down until BlackBerry's end of days
View From Above: Microsoft might not win mobile front end, but has a good shot at back-end management
View From Above: Amazon won't win smartphones with 3D gimmicks
View From Above: Saying so long to View from Above
Brighthand Bytes: Welcome to the New and Improved Brighthand Bytes
Brighthand Bytes: Rumors of a Palm Smartphone with WiMAX Just Rumors
Brighthand Bytes: Kudos to Apple: OS Updates
Brighthand Bytes: Phones Are the New Thin Clients
Brighthand Bytes: Create a Custom Start Button Wallpaper
Brighthand Bytes: 60,000 Android OS Smartphones Sold Each Day
Brighthand Bytes: Brighthand Mobile Film Festival: the Entries Are In
Brighthand Bytes: A Very Early Look at the Dell Aero
Brighthand Bytes: Smartphones Are Going to Replace PCs in Our Personal Lives
Brighthand Bytes: How I Got My Apple iPad
Brighthand Bytes: Why You Should Care About iAd
Brighthand Bytes: HTC, Please Buy Palm
Brighthand Bytes: Waiting for Flash on a Smartphone Is Like Chasing a Rainbow
Brighthand Bytes: Don't Buy an iPhone 3GS
Brighthand Bytes: Why HP Bought Palm
Brighthand Bytes: Why We Won't See a Windows-based Tablet Comparable to the iPad
Brighthand Bytes: Nokia, Another Reorganization Is Not What You Need
Brighthand Bytes: Android OS on Top in U.S., but More iPhones Sold Globally
Brighthand Bytes: Giving One Carrier Exclusive Access to a Phone Is a Mistake
Brighthand Bytes: Adobe Flash Player Requires Android OS 2.2
Brighthand Bytes: If You Have an iPad 3G, Sign Up for Unlimited Service NOW
Brighthand Bytes: Verizon Still Likely to Get the iPhone This Year
Brighthand Bytes: HP Now Owns Palm: I Never Thought it Would Happen
Brighthand Bytes: Money Will Bring Apple and Verizon Together
Brighthand Bytes: BlackBerry OS 6: RIM's Hail-Mary Pass
Brighthand Bytes: AT&T Finally Gets Serious about Android
Brighthand Bytes: Brighthand Has Had a Facelift
Brighthand Bytes: Dell Streak: The Shape of Things to Come
Brighthand Bytes: The Problem with Unconfirmed Reports
Brighthand Bytes: Some Experiences with the Samsung Galaxy S GPS Bug
Brighthand Bytes: Star Wars Characters Show Up for the Launch of the Motorola Droid R2-D2
Brighthand Bytes: Windows Phone 7's Lack of Cut-and-Paste: Not a Good Sign
Brighthand Bytes: Palm Pre 2 Is Not What HP Needs
Brighthand Bytes: Apple iPad vs. HP Slate: Which Is Better?
Brighthand Bytes: Sony PlayStation Phone Will Be a Hit
Brighthand Bytes: The Best Option to Replace Your Palm OS PDA is a Dell Streak
Brighthand Bytes: T-Mobile Really Does Have a 4G Network
Brighthand Bytes: The Smartphone Market Is Far from Mature
Brighthand Bytes: Google's Chrome OS Is Doomed
Brighthand Bytes: Reports of the Death of the PDA Have Been Greatly Exaggerated
Brighthand Bytes: Expect Verizon To Dominate the Smartphone News from CES 2011
Brighthand Bytes: Push Email Has a Major Effect on Battery Life
Brighthand Bytes: Apple iPhone 4 in a White Casing May Never Appear
Brighthand Bytes: Why Is Verizon Being So Conservative about Its iPhone Sales?
Brighthand Bytes: Dual-Screen Kyocera Echo Is Welcome Innovation
Brighthand Bytes: Windows Phone Will Outsell iPhone by 2015? Really?
Brighthand Bytes: T-Mobile Sidekick 4G Unboxing Pictures
Brighthand Bytes: Apple Sues Samsung for Patent Infringement: Yawn
Brighthand Bytes: White iPhone 4 Slightly Thicker than Black Version
Brighthand Bytes: Samsung Omnia 7 "NoDo" Windows Phone 7 Update Temporarily Halted
Brighthand Bytes: BlackBerry OS 7 Is a Step Sideways, Not Forward
Brighthand Bytes: Where Is the Samsung Droid Charge?
Brighthand Bytes: There's No Way Nokia Could Sell Its Phone Division to Microsoft