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The project will allow personnel to access multiple, classified networks from a single device, replacing the current practice of having separate machines for 'restricted' and 'secret' domains.
Personnel will choose from either accessing each domain on a separate monitor, or calling up domain-specific, virtualised applications from a single desktop interface using Citrix XenApp and Microsoft App V.
TouchPad is coming...soon. And it comes with free Citrix Receiver. And WebOS multitasks.
Rob Enderle writes why Chromebooks will fail. One comment wonders if Facebook paid for the article. We were surprised at how highly he rates ipad for enterprise and low Android tablets. We work enterprise and it seems reversed to us?
|Google acknowledged the tablet version of Chrome OS but wouldn't discuss details such as when the project's first version will be done.|
Mossberg/WSJ declares Xoom tablet to be nearest new alternative to iPad thanks to Honeycomb
Google new Honeycomb for tablets needs to get off phone-oriented Froyo and onto on API.
|Woody Leonard/Infoworld commentary on upcoming Google Chrome OS and what it means. And what it means to Microsoft.|
Gartner, Inc. announced that it expects media tablets (iPad, PlayBook, Galaxy Tab, etc.) to eat steadily into PC sales over the next few years
As the rise of tablets threatens its low-cost laptop business, computer maker Acer Inc. unveiled plans to begin selling tablets that run either Microsoft Corp. and Google Inc. software
If a new demo video on YouTube is anything to go by, HP should abandon it's Windows 7 tablet plans now, says Nicholas Kolakowski. He roughs the prototype quite a bit.
IGEL Technology, a thin client vendor, has expanded its product range with three new series: the IGEL ProScribe thin client tablet for mobile applications, the IGEL Elegance thin client with integrated 17" TFT display and the IGEL PanaVeo quad-display thin client. The expanded IGEL product range allows organizations, with almost any application and in any market, to provide manageable and secure digital access to their infrastructure.
Motion Computing Launches LE1600TC Tablet Client. The unit is priced at $1899 and runs Embedded XP.
Motion Computing has converted its M1400 Tablet PC into a thin client device