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Yahoo gains U.S. search share on the back of Firefox

By Gregg Keizer | 28 February, 2015 02:30

New measurements show that Yahoo continued to improve its share of the U.S. search market after striking a deal last year with Mozilla, the maker of Firefox.

Bad with names? 2 Android apps try to help

By Barbara Krasnoff | 28 February, 2015 02:13

A few years ago, Evernote picked up a small contact-manager app called Hello (which was then retitled Evernote Hello). One of the main ideas behind the app was to help those of us who had trouble remembering names (a category I definitely fall into). It let you take notes about people you met at, say, a conference, and pick up extra information, including photos, from LinkedIn. You could then use the info and/or the photos to jog your memory.

Survey: iPhone 6 powers an increase in enterprise adoption of iOS

By Paul Krill | 28 February, 2015 01:58

Apple's iOS mobile platform gained user share in security-conscious businesses late in 2014, taking it away from Google's Android platform, thanks to the introduction of the iPhone 6 smartphone, according to a survey of its enterprise customers by mobile security vendor Good Technology.

Samsung and HTC have a lot to prove with Sunday smartphone launches

By Mikael Ricknäs | 27 February, 2015 23:57

Samsung Electronics and HTC are going head to head on Sunday with almost simultaneous launches of new flagship smartphones. Both companies have a lot to prove, but for different reasons.

The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Friday, February 27

By IDG News Service staff | 27 February, 2015 23:25

FCC votes in new U.S. net neutrality rules

Ericsson seeks to block sales of Apple products in US, stepping up patent dispute

By Peter Sayer | 27 February, 2015 23:23

Some Apple products may be banned from sale in the U.S. if Ericsson gets its way after filing a barrage of patent lawsuits.

5 For 15: Brent Thurrell, BeyondTrust vice-president EMEA & APAC

By Chris Player | 27 February, 2015 14:45

The keys to 2015 from industry leaders

The changing face of the datacentre

By Chris Player | 27 February, 2015 14:03

Andrew Kirker is a man who knows the datacentre market better than almost anyone. As regional general manager datacentres for Schneider Electric, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of datacentre infrastructure, he has his finger firmly on the pulse.

5 For 15: Andrew Kirker, Schneider Electric general manager datacentres

By Chris Player | 27 February, 2015 13:39

The keys to 2015 from industry leaders

5 for 15 hits 50: That's 50 interviews, 250 key insights

By Mike Gee | 27 February, 2015 11:11

ARN's massively popular and successful editorial initiative, 5 for 15, has reached a half-century. That's right, 50 interviews, 250 key insights in the channel and ICT industry in 2015. And there are still more to come.


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