Sony working on two ultraportables: one with Chrome OS, one with Thunderbolt and 16 hour battery life

Sony working on two ultraportables: one with Chrome OS, one with Thunderbolt and 16 hour battery life
Sony is known for its ultraportable VAIO laptop, so perhaps it was only a matter of time before they responded to the new MacBook Air with an ephemerally thin laptop of their own. Curiously, though, when that new VAIO comes, it might beat the MacBook Air to the punch by adopting the new ThunderBolt standard… […]
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Choosing a client for desktop virtualisation
Which one suits where? Many organisations will assume that a virtualised desktop is best delivered on a thin client device. However there’s a good case for reusing existing PCs, and not all thin clients are created equal. How should you determine the best client device for your desktop virtualisation solution?… Free Register Webcast: Can telephony and IT work together?
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Rumors about two new Sony laptops abound
(PhysOrg.com) — Is Sony trying to out Macbook the Macbook? That is the rumor floating around the tech world today. According to a rumor report, first put out by Sony Insider, the company is allegedly working on two different new laptops that would be ultra-portable, and people are already comparing them to the MacBook Air.
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