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Deloitte Predicts: Tablet Computers will be the Hit of 2010

The Technology, Media and Telecommunications (TMT) practice at Deloitte predicts that 2010 will be the year of the tablet computers (dubbed NetTabs). According to the report, the tablet – larger than a smartphone and with wireless connection with a touchscreen display – will have its "breakout year" over the next 12 months. Deloitte claims that […]

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Asus Now Bundles Netbooks with Boingo

Boingo Wireless, a leader in Wi-Fi, announced that ASUS Eee PC netbooks will be pre-loaded with Boingo software, allowing ASUS users to easily locate and access more than 125,000 Boingo Wi-Fi hotspots worldwide. Additionally, ASUS customers will be offered 50% discounts on Boingo’s most popular Wi-Fi access services. The agreement between Boingo and ASUS highlights

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Avast Anti-Virus Added to Google Pack

Avast, a free anti-virus software, was added to Google Pack. Google Pack added the free version of the Avast anti-virus, but only for the following languages: French, German, Italian, Czech, Spanish, Russian, Portuguese and Polish. Avast is ranked as one of the best free anti-virus software and its scanning speed is one of the fastest.

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66% of US Government Organizations Use Social Media

A study by Human Capital Institute (HCI) and Saba details the use of social networking within local, state, and federal governments. The study also looks at the effectiveness of social networking in conducting government work, how agency type affects the use and perception of social networking and the future expectations and barriers for its use

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