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InfoWorld executive editor Galen Gruman analyzes the latest issues in mobile technology, the changing role of IT, and the consumerization of IT phenomenon. Galen is author of iPad at Work For Dummies, MacBook Pro Portable Genius, and iBooks Author For Dummies, as well as lead author of Exploring Windows 8 For Dummies.

IT Experts: Our Top Tech Resolutions for 2009

These IT experts have nine goals for you and the entire technology industry.

2010: The Year of the Mac?

Apple was a bright spot in 2009 in terms of PC sales, but the signals are mixed as to whether the Mac can grow beyond its niche

Top 25 Tech Books for the New Year

Whether for professional development or personal enjoyment, check out InfoWorld's 25 top tech book recommendations

Did Microsoft Redeem Itself in 2009?

Windows 7, the 2010 server series, and more have helped repair Microsoft's reputation

2010 Mobile Wish List

Imagine iPhone 4G, mobile money, and no more AT&T -- and a host of hopeful advances that could make mobile users much happier next year.


Take a Tour of Google's Business Apps

Google wants your business to run on its cloud; here's what its apps promise to do for you.

2009 Gift Guide: Great Reads for Geeks

Looking for a good read for your favorite techie? Check out this roundup of engaging books for geeks.

Can Droid Phones Take Care of Business?

Motorola Droid and HTC Droid Eris aren't strong on Exchange mail support, security, and configurability -- all needed for business use.

iPhone vs. BlackBerry vs. Droid vs. Pre: Smackdown!

Despite the Droid, the iPhone and BlackBerry remain on top; use the ratings calculator to determine the best smartphone for you.


Want a Droid for Work E-mail? It'll Cost You Extra

Accessing Exchange e-mail over the new 'iPhone killer' costs an extra $15 per month


Can Android 2.0 Topple the iPhone?

Get past the hype: Here's the real deal on Android's chances to unseat the iPhone