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Premium-Inhalt. Habits are powerful: Whether it's in health or in creativity, do a little every day, and soon you've done a lot. But a new habit is not always easy to forge: You might forget to do it, it might feel unnatural, or you might just grow tired of it. Fortunately, quite a few tools are available that can help you stay motivated for the long haul and create lasting habits that help you get to where you want to go in life.
Premium-Inhalt. Medical technology company Stryker has seen high performance and minimal downtime since selecting a virtualised product from Citrix to speed distribution of updates for its JD Edwards (JDE) ERP platform, according to Stryker associate director of Global IT infrastructure, Adam Levin.
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Premium-Inhalt. Apple is forever accusing other companies of stealing its ideas and designs but in its current case against Samsung its South Korean rival submitted evidence that Apple watches and even wants to replicate what competitors are doing.
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Premium-Inhalt. Bad news, iPad fans. Turns out Apple's hot-selling device does not--repeat --satisfy a made-up list of criteria from Lenovo. Sorry to be the bearer of bad tidings. It does appear, however, that several people were about the iPad and how well it would do. Very unusual. Tech pundits wrong? Hmm. Very strange. Speaking of tablets, looks like Microsoft's hot and surprisingly well-received tablet interface is going to get a name change! The Macalope provides some helpful suggestions.
Premium-Inhalt. It seems like we can expect when it launches next year. Leap Motion reports that it has been flooded with requests for developer units, and an impressive assortment of unique and innovative applications for the motion-sensing device.
Premium-Inhalt. Greenpeace has actively opposed Apple for using 'dirty' energy again. Greenpeace flew a blimp over Apple's energy supplier Duke Energy's power plant in North Carolina as a protest against the company's attempt to raise fuel rates. Duke Energy is the power supplier for Apple's Data Centre in Maiden, which houses its iCloud servers.
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Premium-Inhalt. As the number of connected devices in our homes and offices continues to multiply, the limitations of many consumer-grade broadband routers become increasingly apparent. Not so long ago, many users had just one or two systems connected to the Web through their router. But today, many users have multiple smartphones, tablets, printers, laptops/notebooks, and desktop systems connected to their routers, along with such consumer electronics devices as Blu-ray players, HDTVs, and game consoles.
Premium-Inhalt. Apple considered developing a car or a camera after seeing the iPod's success, and in early 2011 one of its top executives recommended making a 7-inch iPad, Friday's testimony and documents revealed in the company's patent suit against Samsung.
Premium-Inhalt. Remember when Facebook was the ? When all the attention and traffic and users were headed in droves to it? When founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg was anointed as the new Steve Jobs?