17 Jan 2013

Tech news for January 2013

Paper-thin flexible tablet wows CES.

Are tablets of today too fat and clunky for you? Meet PaperTab, a 10.7-inch tablet that’s almost as thin — and flexible — as a sheet of paper. Read more…

Kim Dotcom’s “Mega” scheduled to launch Jan 20.

If there’s one thing former Megaupload owner Kim Dotcom knows how to do, it’s grabbing attention. When his new service, simply called “Mega”, embraces the internet on January 20 next year, it’ll be with a “press conference like no other” at his massive mansion in New Zealand. Read more…

EBay sales climb 18% to $3.9 billion in Q4 due to performance increases in eBay mobile.

EBay’s sales climbed 18% to $3.9 billion in revenue during the fourth fiscal quarter, up from $3.4 billion during the same period a year earlier. Read more…

iPhone 5S, low cost iPhone 5 to debut this summer?

In an investors note received by MacRumors, Kuo said the iPhone 5S would be similar to the current model but offer a few improvements, including an A7 chip for faster performance and a fingerprint sensor. The camera specs would bump up to an f2.0 aperture and a smart LED flash. Read more…

Why you should care about Managed Services?

Businesses need technology to operate efficiently and to compete effectively. But as reliance on IT grows, the resources to support an increasingly complex IT environment may not. Read more…

The habits of indispensable IT pros

The best IT pros don’t just take an IT-based approach to their work. They have a sound understanding of the entire business of their company, and they look beyond their department at how technology can drive the growth of the whole business. Read more…
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