Posts Tagged ‘Google’
Hewlett-Packard is now an official — and probably the largest — reseller of Google Apps for Business, which it will bundle with its PCs, printers and other hardware. The deal makes HP’s SMB IT in a Box available to its army of resellers, greatly expanding Google’s channel universe.
Leaked information shows US security can access data from Microsoft, Google, Apple, Facebook, AOL, Skype, YouTube and Yahoo.
The South Korean vendor sees a 51 percent increase in brand value, while its fruity rival’s brand grew one percent.
Channel partners are wondering if they should care about the Tumblr acquisition. In fact, there’s a few good reasons for solution providers to acquaint themselves with with the blogging and social media platform and keep tabs on its progress should it fall under Yahoo’s control.
Global mobile phone sales increased slightly in the first quarter of the year, with Asia-Pac the only region to show real sales growth. But Samsung is still dominating the vendor leaderboard according to Gartner.
Despite rampant software piracy abroad and withering competition and market churn at home, Bill Gates remains bullish on the technology industry in general and, in particular, Microsoft’s tablet and operating system efforts.
Breathless reports in the media notwithstanding, the changes due for Redmond’s struggling flagship OS amount to more of a veer to the right than a U-turn, and are nowhere near a concession of “New Coke” proportions.
BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins believes the age of tablets will be short lived. He has a point, but it’s based on faulty reasoning. Here’s why.
The market share gap between Apple and Samsung in the tablet space has narrowed by 25 points in the last year. But whatever the name on the label, the tactile devices continue to fly off the shelves at an incredible rate, IDC data reveals.
At first blush, Google Glass isn’t exactly what you would expect. Its applications are limited and it immediate marks the user as uber geek. While the jury is still out whether this cyborg-like device is truly marketable, there are a few practical applications that may find their way into the channel.