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8 CEOs Speak: IT Projects That Matter Most When does tech really get the CEO's attention? Listen as CEOs from Lowe's, Coke, and other companies explain the tech projects that are indispensable to business goals.
8 Things Tablets Still Can't Do Have we really entered a post-PC world? The new Apple iPad and its tablet rivals still come up short on a few important measures.
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