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Application Development: How to Speak Geek: Decoding Programmer Jargon

Programmers have long been known for their creativity when it comes to building slick new software applications. This time, however, eWEEK takes a look not at the nifty applications programmers have cooked up, but more

Cloud Computing: 10 Ways Google TV Will Kill Apple TV

When Google announced Google TV last week, the company made it clear that it would attempt to combine the appeal of the Web with the abilities of set-top boxes such as TiVo or Apple TV. And although it didn't give all the details more

Cloud Computing: 10 Reasons Why Software Vendors Need a Third-Party Licensing Package

If you're an independent software vendor, keeping track of all your cloud deployments is getting ever more complicated—especially with virtualized machines growing at exponential rates. more

IT & Network Infrastructure : Android, Chrome Power Open-Source Google TV Platform

More than 4 billion TV users exist in the world. Americans watch an average of five hours of TV per day. Companies spend $70 billion per year advertising on TV in the United States alone. This is why Google is more

IT Management: 10 Things Microsoft Can Do to Redefine Itself

When Microsoft executive J Allard announced that he was leaving the software giant, he sent a letter to the company's employees. In that message, Allard said Microsoft should look for talent that will "redefine" what the more

Enterprise Applications: Microsoft Office 2010 Rolls Out New Features, New Platforms

In contrast with an Office 2007 release that jarred some users with major file format and interface changes, Office 2010 sports incremental advances in the suite's core applications. The bigger more

IT Security & Network Security News & Reviews: How to Control Your Facebook Privacy Settings

In the past few weeks, Facebook has added a new feature that allows your privacy to be compromised. For many frustrated users, Facebook has automatically opted people into this function. Even when you change this option and opt more

Enterprise Mobility: Dell Streak Tablet, Unlike Apple iPad, Is Also a Phone, Supports Flash

Dell introduced the Streak, a tablet with a 5-inch touch screen and the Android OS, May 25. Unlike the Apple iPad, the Streak is also a phone, offers multitasking and can support Adobe's Flash more

Desktops and Notebooks: Acer, Lenovo Asus Tap New Intel Chips for Ultrathin Laptops

Intel is looking to give the ultrathin laptop market a boost with the release of low-power processors that officials say will give OEMs new tools to work with when designing their thin and light more

Enterprise Mobility: First Look: Android 2.2 Before It Lands on Nexus One, HTC Smartphones

Google May 20 launched Android 2.2, or Froyo, at its Google I/O developer conference, showing big boosts in speed thanks to a new compiler and improved Web browser running the Chrome V8 engine. more
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