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Days after Samsung confirms its efforts, reports surface that Google and LG are working on their own smartwatch projects.
Apple’s subsidy and marketing policies regarding the iPhone and iPad have caused carriers to informally complain to the EC.
This eWEEK slide show looks at HP’s approach to Application Lifecycle Management (ALM).