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March 4, 2009  3:04 PM

Lamborghini revs up mobile computing

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Intel, Lamborghini, Mobile Computing, PC

Okay: you're a PC vendor.


You're offering products in the biggest recession - or is that depression- since...

February 24, 2009  5:45 PM

A mobile office – is it possible?

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Mobile Computing, Mobile Working

Interesting filming this afternoon for a project on mobile working.

We were using a Sony Vaio TT laptop, nice and small and very light.

A Vodafone Mobile Connect dongle and a Blackberry.

My very quick initial impressions are that its dead easy to find a coffee...

February 23, 2009  4:04 PM

Broken technology could make you and your company better

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AMI, Desktop PC, laptop, Laptops, Mobile Computing, SMB

Having a computer that doesn't work properly is probably one of the biggest irritations the workplace. Yet despite this being one of the most irritating things about work--and isn't that an indication of just how important IT and telecoms has become to our working lives--you may actually be...

February 20, 2009  12:59 PM

Reports on the death of WiMAX greatly exaggerated?

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Alcatel-Lucent, Ericsson, LTE, Mobile Computing, Verizon, WiMAX

As the dust settles on anther Mobile World Congress (MWC) , it's worth taking time out and getting some perspective on what all of the hundreds of products announcements mean for the IT professional.

February 10, 2009  10:44 AM

Every snow cloud has a mobile computing silver lining

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Mobile Computing, Orange, USB Modem

It's always interesting to see that when there some major event that disrupts the normal ebb and flow of business, such as the snow that hit the UK between 2 and 5 February 2009, there is usually some august body that estimates just how many...

February 6, 2009  11:04 AM

Netbooks backlash begins

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Dell, HP, Mobile Computing, toshiba

It was probably inevitable but just as the popularity of netbooks grows, so does the opposition towards them especially by that in the enterprise IT market.


One thing is absolutely...

January 7, 2009  4:31 PM

Apple misses enterprise mobile computing chance at MacWorld

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Apple, iPod, iTunes, IWork, Mobile Computing

Shorn of its leader at what a lot of people in mainstream IT regard as the annual love-in for PC haters, or  MacWorld, where mere mention of the word Windows has attracted jeers and rapid responses, Apple was somewhat up against it to provoke a...

January 6, 2009  3:17 PM

Mobile broadband renaissance already?

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HSDPA, HSPA, Mobile Computing, premium

One of the things that you just have to admire about the telecoms and IT industries is no matter what the circumstances, no matter how close to the head the sword of Damocles is to businesses, there is always the bright new dawn.


December 24, 2008  10:51 AM

Mobile broadband: it’s not what you use that matters, just do it

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IT procurement, laptop, Mobile Computing, Netbook, Orange, USB Modem, Vodafone

Quite amusing to read the recent statement by Mobile broadband comparison site Top 10 Broadband that demand for 3G-embedded laptops and netbooks has been overestimated....

December 19, 2008  10:46 AM

WiMAX feels the credit crunch

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Alvarion, Mobile Computing, WiMAX

WiMAX, so the people behind it would have us believe, will emerge as one of two candidate mobile broadband...

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