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Does the Apple Tax exist?, yes, so what… - 0 views

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    This week with heard about the Apple Tax from the mouth of Microsoft head master Steve Ballmer in a vague attempt to derail Apple's notebook event, something that immediately the media echoed and started to refrain it like parrots, but does really exist an Apple Tax?, the short and truthful answer is yes.
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I am a PC ad:Apple is Microsoft's Creative Department - 0 views

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    This new ad is totally different, it is about human, about people interacting with their PCs, creationists, designers, celebrities, teachers and even the Conquistador himself (Bill Gates), but it is totally impossible to take apart from those humans the bad experiences they have suffered using Windows, how viruses destroyed their long hours work and how a scanner driver reset the whole computer and put your time in captivity.
frank guillen

Palm and Sprint Introduce the Treo 800w Smartphone - 0 views

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    Palm, Phone, calendar, design, email, emails, gps, intel, internet, launch, Microsoft, mobile, MSN, office, phone, power, security, smartphone, structure, t mobile, touch, tv, video, wifi, Windows, Yahoo!
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Collision Course: Apple Mobileme vs Microsoft Live Mesh - 0 views

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    Microsoft and Apple have been fighting each other for the public perception in the Innovation Space, Apple has been in the front, putting together ideas and services faster than Microsoft and solutions that work as advertised. In the other hand, Microsoft has been showing and promising excellent costumers and business solutions, but some of them failed to passionate the developers. Take .Net for example, take Windows Vista, Take Windows Live Search Books, to name a few of them. Microsoft promises, Apple delivers.
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Microsoft to Counter-attack the "Get a Mac" campaign, duh? - 0 views

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    InformationWeek is reporting that Microsoft is planning to take on the "Get a Mac" campaign that has been criticizing Windows Vista poor performance and that has managed to have a tremendous effect in computer users switching from Windows PC to Mac. Microsoft will tell people how good is Windows Vista now and how the Wow effect will solve your recent Windows nightmares.
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Save Yahoo! split it in two - 0 views

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    While Yahoo is doing its best to put its business back on track, Microsoft is trying desperately to have an online presence and enjoy this lucrative business model at Yahoo! expense, only showing signs that Yahoo! future is uncertain.
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Microsoft Surface tables land at AT&T Stores - 0 views

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    Microsoft Surface is the first commercially available surface computer from Microsoft. Beginning April 17, customers can experience Microsoft Surface in select AT&T retail locations, including stores in New York City, Atlanta, San Antonio and San Francisco. Based on the success and learning from these initial pilot deployments, plans for further expansion across AT&T's 2,200 U.S.-based retail stores will be determined.
frank guillen

Industry Embraces Windows Mobile 6.1 - 0 views

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    Partners from around the globe are committed to updating or expanding their portfolios to Windows Mobile 6.1 beginning in the second quarter of 2008, demonstrating the strong industry demand for software that delivers one phone for all aspects of a person's life.
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Microsoft Unveils new Internet Explorer Mobile with desktop-grade Web browsing - 0 views

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    Windows Mobile is improving smartphones to better meet people's rapidly expanding work and personal needs, Microsoft Corp. today announced. At CTIA Wireless 2008, the company unveiled the newest version of Internet Explorer Mobile, which adds desktop-grade Web browsing to Windows Mobile phones. In addition, Microsoft announced Windows Mobile 6.1, an update for its Windows Mobile software that includes new time-saving features, easier phone navigation and management, and increased security safeguards.
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Microsoft Announces Enterprise-Class Mobile Solution - 0 views

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    Helping to propel large-scale mobile phone deployments by businesses, Microsoft Corp. today announced at CTIA Wireless 2008 the immediate availability of System Center Mobile Device Manager 2008 and plans for a Microsoft Mobile Services Plan (MMSP) to be available from mobile operators worldwide. Together with Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.1, the software and services provide the best solution for midsize and large businesses to manage and help protect Windows Mobile phones.
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