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  • Chromebooks' success punches Microsoft in the gut

    Chromebooks had a very good year, according to retailer Amazon.com and industry analysts. And that's bad news for Microsoft.

  • Gift Guide 2013: Kid stuff and geek stuff

    As a dad of three youngsters, one of my favorite categories in the holiday gift guide is seeing what technology-related fun we can dig up and play with. Here our a bunch of our favorite toys and silly geeky things that will keep your kids (or the kid in you) entertained for weeks, months or even years.

  • Opinion: Google Glass mysteries revealed!

    Google made a long list of announcements and revelations about its cyborg eyewear Glass. Google is taking a very conservative, controlling approach to the platform, not unlike another Apple's style.

  • Online holiday shopping at work may be huge suck on time, bandwidth

    With Black Friday just a week away and the nagging feeling that we need to get our holiday shopping done, the question is how much online buying will actually be done at work?

  • Tablet deathmatch: iPad Mini vs. Nexus 7 vs. Kindle Fire HD

    A new generation of small tablets has reinvented entertainment on the go, but which is best? Find out now and gear up for holiday gift-buying

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    iPad Mini vs. Google Nexus 7 vs. Kindle Fire

    Here's how the iPad Mini's announced tech specs stack up against popular 7-inch tablets from Google and Amazon. (Of course, while the specs are important, there's more to a tablet than a data sheet. Computerworld will have a hands-on review of the iPad Mini soon.)

  • Amazon's Android app store: Steve Jobs doesn't get it

    Roll out the welcome wagon, Android fans: It looks like you'll soon have a new place to shop.

  • Five reasons Amazon e-books are outselling hardcovers

    Are you still holding out to see what happens with this whole ebooks "fad" before deciding whether to embrace it for your business? Well, the times they are a changin' and there are a variety of reasons that ebooks are outpacing printed books.

  • Open source, Web 2.0 gain appeal as IT budgets shrink

    CPS Energy, the largest municipality-owned gas and electric company in America, needed to get a better grip on its budget and its budgeting process. Since CPS Energy was an enterprise SAP user, more SAP AG software was the obvious and lowest-risk way for CIO Christopher Barron to go.

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