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YEAR IN REVIEW: March 2010

Galanis steps in, Mulcahy steps down, and Gonzales gets time. The IT highlights of March 2010

OnStar CIO’s career success is no accident

Jeff Liedel seems to be equally at home in a data center or on the floor of the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show, where OnStar announced a mobile app for the iPhone, iPod Touch, Blackberry Storm and Motorola Droid

Biggest mobile operators team up on app store plan

Operators hope unity and openness will help them compete with proprietary stores such as Apple's or the Android market. Read more about the project

Vancouver company building Android-based system for mystery mobile manufacturer

Intrinsyc Software has been hired by an unknown Fortune 500 company to create a mobile device that runs Google's open source OS. An industry analyst notes that while handsets usually need a carrier behind them to get sold, Google's name carries a lot of weight

CEBIT: Fujitsu Siemens rolls out ‘zero-watt’ green PC

Plugged computers, like most electronics, consume energy even when switched off. The Esprimo 7935 from Fujitsu Siemens breaks new ground by consuming no energy when switched off

Future Electronics finds Internet success

With the goal of setting itself apart from its often-old-fashioned competitors in the electronics distribution business, Future Electronics turned to Endeca to help e-commerce customers find what they were looking for.

Ethernet moving from office to factory floor

Robots, programmable logic controllers and temperature devices are starting to get IP addresses but network managers don

Nokia buys rest of Symbian, will open source code

Symbian is being challenged by a number of new contenders, including the open-source operating system from the LiMo Foundation and Google's Android platform, which are challenging existing commercial models

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