Microsoft's Windows Mobile 6.5, its upcoming operating system for mobile devices, includes a number of improvements designed to compete against the capabilities of Apple's iPhone, the Palm Pre and other smartphones. Becaus...read more
Xobni July 15 rolled out a paid version of its Xobni mailbox search and management tool. Current users of the free Xobni plug-in would do well to ask, Why buy what I can get for free? For a one-time fee o...read more
IBM, also known as Big Blue, is as big and distributed as any company in the IT industry. In fact, you could say IBM is the New York City of technology companies. Huge. Diverse. Proud to call itself No. 1, though not ever...read more
Microsoft has announced Silverlight 3 and Expression 3 to help developers and designers build compelling rich Internet applications (RIAs). Microsoft's Silverlight 3 and Expression 3 combine new capabiliti...read more
Systems has delivered a beta release of ColdFusion Builder, an integrated development environment for its popular ColdFusion server-side development platform.
Adobe ColdFusion Product Manager Adam Lehman s...read more
Cloud computing serves up computing power, data storage or applications from one data center location over a grid to thousands or millions of users on a subscription basis. This general kind of cloud...read more
Just when Windows users started to become accustomed to seeing .docx extensions and to finding their way around on the infamous Office 2007 Ribbon, Microsoft is shaking things up again with a bra...read more
Google announced July 8 that the company is entering the operating system market with its Chrome OS. This will be a lightweight operating system with a GUI consisting of the Chrome browser. With the release of Chr...read more
Recession? What recession?
In the best of times (and especially in the worst of times) nothing feels more liberating than an insanely indulgent purchase. Why spend, say, $150 to obtain a smartphone when...read more
Intel is the dominant microprocessor vendor in the world, holding an almost 80 percent share of the world's chip market, according to research firm iSuppli. The company's chips run in most PCs and servers today, and in rece...read more