CWC THIS WEEK: It’s elementary, Watson

This week’s video roundup:
THE ARGUMENT: GOOGLE’S CHROMEBOOK ComputerWorld Canada editor Dave Webb and senior writer Rafael Ruffolo debate the merits of Google’s rent-a-client approach to enterprise computing.
THE WIRE: SONY’S APOLOGY At the E3 game convention, SCEA President & CEO Jack Tretton offered consumers and partners an apology for the PlayStation Network outage.
IBM’S WATSON IBM’s chief medical scientist, Martin Kohn, talks about transforming the future of health care and tempering expectations after Watson’s superhuman performance on Jeopardy with ComputerWorld Canada senior writer Kathleen Lau.

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