Research In Motion's BlackBerry Protect looks like a promising way for consumer BlackBerry users to back up their mobile device data and locate or secure the device in case of loss or theft. Here, eWEEK Lab...read more
Microsoft used its Worldwide Partner Conference in Washington D.C. to show off several new products, including a variety of phones running Windows Mobile 6.5. Long considered a placeholder for the upcoming Windows ...read more
Weeks after the release of iOS 4, Apple finally delivered a new version of its iPhone Configuration Utility for device management. The iCU gives administrators new control over device features, but one option that's useful for corporate environments remains unmanageable.
Microsoft used its Worldwide Partner Conference in Washington, D.C., to show off Windows 7 running on a variety of form factorsnot only traditional desktops and laptops, but also tablet PCs and ruggedized ...read more
Microsoft Windows has historically been a security nightmare for most consumers and enterprise customers. But over the past few years, security firms have been cropping up with more capable solutions than ever. They range fr...read more
When Motorola announced the Droid X recently, the company made it abundantly clear that the new smartphone is designed specifically for those customers who want an Android-based device that can match the iPh...read more
We read on a regular basis about large, successful data storage companies such as EMC, NetApp, Compellent, Xiotech, 3PAR and Isilon Systems and the storage divisions of IBM, Hewlett-Packard, Dell, Hitachi Data Systems...read more
The notion that Facebook, by dint of its 500 million users and the fact that those users spend a lot of time on the Website when they get there, challenges Google for eyeballs on the Web isn't in dispute. But get...read more