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Chromebooks Win the Battle in U.S. K-12 Education Market

Windows and MacOS devices being overshadowed by Chromebooks in key U.S. education sector

VMWare and SAP Get into Bed Together at VMWorld

VMWare announces initiatives with SAP, Docker, Google, AT&T and Pivotal at VMWorld in San Francisco today

Google Chrome Marches On With Two New Acer Chrome Devices

Budget buyers targeted with cost and size of new Google Chrome machines

Gartner: Chromebooks Will Stay Niche

Vendors urged to improve features to make more attractive to a wider audience, as Gartner claims 85 per cent of shipments went to education sector

Amazon Raises Questions on Cloud Growth

Amazon Web Services saw the number of users increase by 90 percent over the last year, as price cutting attracts customers by the thousands. While the strategy hurts rivals, it’s raises questions over what price companies should pay for their share of the cloud.

Google Praises ‘Great’ Second Quarter, Waves Goodbye to CBO

Long serving chief business officer Nikesh Arora leaves to head up SoftBank division as Google sees revenues jump 22 percent

Chromebook Sales Continue to Surge

Google’s Chromebook platform continues to skyrocket in sales. While still insignificant in raw market share, the Web-based notebook computer is showing signs that it could severely disrupt Microsoft’s desktop dominance.

Microsoft: We are Hitting Rivals Where it Hurts

Fighting talk from Microsoft COO Kevin Turner in his day one keynote at WPC