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New details about HP Slate Tablet Surfaces

If all the buzz about Windows 8 has you pining for a tablet, but you are worried that it might not be able to handle all the hefty desktop applications you’ve been using, it appears HP has you covered-if rumors pan out. The upcoming HP Slate 8′s details have surfaced recently, and it reveals a […]

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Tablets with Microsoft Windows RT more security-centric than Android or iPad devices

Leveraging its history of making applications for networks, Microsoft’s Windows RT affords enterprises with a type of network access control that provides a higher level of protection for corporate devices than Android and iPad tablets. This capability can check and see if the devices comply with corporate or enterprise policies regarding auto updates, anti-spyware applications, […]

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Polycom RealPresence software: HD videoconferencing on mobile

Polycom introduces the latest advancement in mobile videoconferencing with its RealPresence Mobile software during CTIA Enterprise & Applications trade show on Tuesday (October 11). The new mobile software extends a high-definition videoconferencing system to the three popular tablets, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab, Apple’s iPad and Motorola’s Xoom. With the high-cost and other demanding requirements of high-end […]

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Symantec releases tablets first data loss prevention solution

Symantec Corporation, a security and systems management solution provider announces its newest product, the “Data Loss Prevention for Tablet solution”. Accordingly, this is the very first comprehensive data loss prevention solution intended for protecting tablet computers’ sensitive data. The issue of keeping a secure environment for mobile devices has been the driving force behind the […]

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Mobile pioneers RIM and Nokia struggle over growing competition

Research In Motion (RIM) and Nokia are currently adjusting to the growing competition brought about by giant newcomers Google and Apple with their smartphones and tablets. The two wireless communication pioneers that were the top contenders in the mobile phone industry are now “fighting to regain balance” according to reports considering that the new mobile […]

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Box.net Readies HTML5 apps for 2012

HTML5, the emerging structured programming language for the World Wide Web is still under development as of June 2011, but Box.net is already on its toes planning for “semi-local” apps on the new browser protocol. These new HTML5 apps are expected to run on various popular mobile operating systems and will harness the new HTML […]

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