The biggest piece of news out of Google's Nexus One launch Jan. 5 wasn't the device itself, though the thin, sleek HTC-built Android 2.1-based smartphone was a marvel for some who attended (such as the press and analysts who rece...read more
Cloud storage provider Egnyte ramps up local storage options with its Egnyte Local Cloud offering, which marries cloud service with local, off-the-shelf hardware to overcome service disconnections and speed up large file transfers.
We're hearing another round of government officials acknowledging that all the data was there to trip up the Christmas Day underwear bomber before he headed for the United States, but there was no one syste...read more
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer used the platform of his Jan. 6 keynote address at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas to promote the company's flagship products, including Bing and Windows 7. While hi...read more
LAS VEGASSmartphones were out in full force at the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show, with manufacturers and operating system makers ranging from Google and Microsoft. Nokia, HTC, Motorola and other ...read more
Lenovo is rolling out its newest PCs at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, demonstrating in the process that the company is expanding its customer scope in 2010. Lenovo executives sugges...read more
At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Hewlett-Packard is unveiling a series of notebook, netbook, tablet and desktop computers for personal or business use. Touch-screen technology is a key featur...read more
eEye Digital Security raises the standard in enterprise endpoint protection with a management console that could almost be called next-generation. The chic new GUI, called Retina CS, allows the excellent protection provided by the Blink client agent to be managed quickly and easily in large enterprise environments.
Google launched its Nexus One smartphone to much fanfare at its Mountain View, Calif., headquarters Jan. 5. Unlike the Motorola Droid and other Android devices, consumers can't just walk into Best Buy or ot...read more
In one of the worst-kept secrets in IT history, Google has moved from being an advertising, news content and Web services media company to one that also sells high-end handheld devices that use those ...read more