Techonology – 30 January 2013

BlackBerry Reinvents Itself to Compete With All-Touch Smartphones

Published on WSJ

There is a new smartphone coming to market, running on a new operating system. It’s an all-touch device—with no physical navigation controls and no physical keyboard—and serves as a platform for third-party apps

Apple’s ‘fat’ 128 billion-byte iPad: What analysts are saying

Written by Philip Elmer-DeWitt, Published on CNN Money

What at first glance seemed like a ho-hum memory boost may have deeper implications for Apple (AAPL), its margins and its competitors.

Why Ballmer doesn’t want Office on the iPad

Written by Adrian Kingsley-Hughes, Published on ZD Net

Microsoft is still tied to Windows and the PC industry, and putting the flagship Office suite on the iPad would give the competing platform additional traction.

Microsoft Delivers Git Support in Team Foundation Server

Written by Darryl K. Taft, Published on EWeek

At the ALM Summit, Microsoft announced it is now supporting open-source Git version control on its Team Foundation Server (TFS).

IBM gives small university a Watson all its own

Written by Derrick Harris, Published on Giga Om

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in New York its own Watson system similar to the one that crushed its human competitors on Jeopardy!. The goal is to give Watson new skills and push it into new industries.

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