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Gadget Ogling: Gritty Tablets, Wireless Storage Sticks, and Swapped-Out Speakers


Dell's Latitude 12 Rugged Tablet is designed for people who work in the field, for the military and explorers, for industrial work and first responders. This system can handle some harsh conditions, including temperatures between -20 and 145 degrees and drops from more than four feet, as well as spills, mud, dirt and sand. It boasts an 11.6-inch screen and fifth-generation Intel Core CPUs.
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The Key to Apple Watch Success: Getting Enough Right the First Time


I still find wry joy in all the "Apple Watch Tanks" headlines from early July. There are some great gems, like "Apple Watch is a FLOP: Sales of the gadget have fallen by 90 percent since April, report claims" or "Analyst: Apple Watch selling worse than thought." Trouble is, the reports and estimates were based on a tiny slice of reality. In fact, Apple Watch sales in June exceeded April or May.
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Re: The Curious Case of Big Data  Anjul Bhambhri  2012-02-26 11:40:04
But Small Data is still essential  bkatams  2012-02-26 11:46:57
Re: Google Sees a Bright Future in Smart Shades  Richard Adhikari  2012-02-22 15:28:12
on Vergence Labs's product...  MikeJohnson99  2012-02-22 15:51:54
Re: Cisco Chews Up the Scenery in the Interoperability Drama  Rob Enderle  2012-02-20 07:03:34
Love the perspective!  tdhomer  2012-02-21 07:01:11
Um, why do you believe Microsoft/Skype will play nice?  rjesup  2012-02-20 20:00:04
Re: Anonymous Acts Out Over ACTA  Erika Morphy  2012-02-19 09:34:00
Thing is..  Kagehi  2012-02-19 09:57:08
Re: BYOD and IT: The Tail Wagging the Dog?  Chris Hopen  2012-02-16 07:49:27
Managing BYOD  LikesIT  2012-02-16 08:03:20
Re: Anon Lets Fly With Symantec Code After Ransom Talks Collapse  Richard Adhikari  2012-02-07 14:25:28
Which was more clueless?  Kagehi  2012-02-08 17:43:35
Poorly Written  AnonFailz  2012-02-07 15:05:23
Re: What Just Happened? Researchers Demo Time Cloaking  Richard Adhikari  2012-01-06 15:05:08
Temporal Cloak Application  iTod  2012-02-07 13:48:02
Re: Google's New App Mall Cop  John P. Mello Jr.  2012-02-06 07:58:58
Great news  MWlfrd  2012-02-06 08:44:44
Re: Big Data's Big Challenges for Content Management  Eric Barroca  2012-02-03 05:22:22
Great evaluation  56Bradley  2012-02-03 06:03:03
Re: IBM Discovers How to Store Data in a Dozen Atoms  Richard Adhikari  2012-01-13 19:56:31
Faraday was the first.  JohnDun  2012-01-30 00:16:10
Re: Scientists Close In on Invisibility Cloak  Richard Adhikari  2012-01-27 05:24:02
Invisibility Cloak  FlacoB  2012-01-27 05:38:42
Re: McAfee Supplies Antidote for Tainted SaaS Security  Richard Adhikari  2012-01-21 19:45:31
Material Inaccuracy: Spamming with no user action  Kaamar  2012-01-23 04:32:32
Call me dumb but.  jescott418  2012-01-21 19:48:28
Re: SOPA Support Goes Sour  Richard Adhikari  2012-01-20 08:05:45
SOPA/PIPA nonsense.  Kagehi  2012-01-20 08:27:31
Re: Updating the ROM in Your Mobile Device  Patrick Nelson  2012-01-12 08:14:58
ROM upgrades are fact of life now  scarshi  2012-01-14 17:03:18
Re: Facebook Riding Shotgun in New Mercedes Models  John P. Mello Jr.  2012-01-11 09:36:12
Yikes!!!  akcoyote  2012-01-11 09:44:49
Re: Symantec Source Code Scattered to the Winds  Richard Adhikari  2012-01-09 16:53:51
What does that say about their security?  jescott418  2012-01-09 16:56:32
Re: Barnes & Noble's Nook: Life Preserver or Dead Weight?  Paul Hartsock  2012-01-07 06:37:32
SEO "professionals"  markhahn  2012-01-09 14:37:17
Re: Will 2012 See the Last Big, Bold CES?  Rob Enderle  2012-01-02 06:03:17
wished for a 3D TV  neerajmhatre  2012-01-02 06:17:27
Re: The Disasters of 2011  Rob Enderle  2011-12-26 13:36:43
Google has the potential  astralexis  2011-12-26 17:11:02
Re: Google May Want an Android Tablet of Its Own  Erika Morphy  2011-12-22 18:09:22
Really?  ricegf  2011-12-22 18:17:39

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