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Netbook


May 12, 2011  6:03 PM

Does Google even consider Microsoft a competitor?

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Apple, Chromebook, Google, Google Chrome, Microsoft, Netbook, PC, Tablet

There has already been plenty written about the launch of what Google is calling Chromebooks - netbooks running Chrome OS - and what this means for the future...

November 20, 2009  4:29 PM

Choose your route to cloud computing

Cliff Saran Profile: Cliff Saran
Azure, Cloud Computing, Google, Microsoft, Netbook

Microsoft and Google have both unveiled their plans for cloud computing.


Azure is Microsoft's attempt to bridge the gap between desktop and cloud-based computing....


December 24, 2008  10:51 AM

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

ComputerWeeklyStaff Profile: ComputerWeeklyStaff
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 5, 2008  11:07 AM

iPhone killer, qu’est-ce que c’est?

ComputerWeeklyStaff Profile: ComputerWeeklyStaff
BlackBerry, BlackBerry Storm, Mobile Computing, n97, Netbook, nokia

Ah the Nokia N97. Whilst on a musical theme with our headline, to quote...


December 2, 2008  2:43 PM

The Netbook: the shape of things to come?

ComputerWeeklyStaff Profile: ComputerWeeklyStaff
laptop, Mobile Computing, Netbook, smartphone, UMD, UMPC

You've really got to hand it to the computer and telecoms industries. Where everyone else is hunkering down trying to penny pinch to combat the effects of the credit crunch, never a day goes by without the launch of the latest product that will reshape its particular market....


November 26, 2008  5:17 PM

Going on a man hunt: win a netbook with Vodafone’s Live Guy

rfroley Profile: rfroley
competition, Dell, laptop, Mobile Computing, Netbook, Vodafone

Fancy a laptop, love?And so I got to wondering, with so many men in the city, why was it so hard to find just one? Was I destined forever to misread every signal,...


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