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What’s New In Tech?

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We thought you might be interested in some of the latest stories and innovations in the Tech World.

Perhaps in response to the Google Android operating system’s rapid growth and open app development style, Apple has announced they are relaxing their controversial restrictions on software development and will allow any and all developer tools.

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What’s New in Tech?


Steve Ballmer at Microsoft’s World Partner Conference discussed Microsoft's upcoming push into the tablet market.

“This year one of the most important things that we will do in the smart device category is really push forward with Windows 7-based slates and Windows 7 phones,” he said.

What is the “Cloud” and should you be IN it?

As the concept of cloud computing evolves, it may be a good time to begin looking into the competitive advantages it can offer your organization. With any new technology there are also some common concerns to be aware of.

The “cloud” is a general term used to describe technology and services hosted elsewhere and are delivered on-demand over an internet connection.

Microsoft’s Answer to the iPad

Is this the iPad Killer?

Microsoft's Courier 'digital journal'
With the tablet PC market heating up, Microsoft might be setting the bar with the rumored Courier. More than just a notepad, the Courier acts like a journal - hinged in the middle - with two screens that function independently at times, but are also able to interact with each other allowing very neat drag and drop functionality.