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Enterprise Mobility: HTC Incredible Joins Droid, Droid Eris, Devour in Verizon's Android Lineup

Verizon Wireless confirmed April 15 that it would begin selling its next Google Android smartphone, the HTC Incredible, April 29. Verizon is offering the high-end, Android 2.1-based gadget more

Cloud Computing: Google Places Vies for Local Search Share vs. Yelp, Twitter, Foursquare

Google April 20 launched Google Places, formerly known as Google Local Business Center, to better reflect its integration with Google Place Pages, Web Pages that users can stumble across on more

IT & Network Infrastructure : Cisco M-Learning Bolsters Certification Study Options

Cisco System's M-Learning application for the iPhone could prove a valuable aid in preparing for Cisco Certification exams, provided Cisco continues to enhance the application and the stable of content it delivers.

Windows & Interoperability: Five Windows 7 Issues Every IT Pro Needs to Know

Windows 7 proved to be a hit product for Microsoft, with sales of more than 90 million licenses since its October 2009 release. Generally seen as a vast improvement on Windows Vista, as well as a timely successor to the more

IT Security & Network Security News & Reviews: Hushmail Business Smooths the Path to E-Mail Encryption

The hosted service from Hush Communications keeps e-mail messages secure, and can be used via Web browser or through an Outlook plug-in. On the server end, administrators need only configure a company e-mail domain with more

Orion Network Performance Monitor Eases Network Confusion

Solarwinds' Orion Network Performance Monitor sets out to bring critical information about how an organization's network is functioning into an easy-to-understand visual management console. For a look at the product in action, check out the slide gallery below, and make sure to read eWEEK Labs' full review here.

Enterprise Mobility: Verizon Droid Boasts Google Android 2.1

All things considered, the Droid is one of the better Android phones available: It's thin and light, it has a real keyboard, and it does e-mail very well—including support for multiple Exchange accounts. For a look at the Droid in action, check out the slide gallery below, and make sure to read eWEEK Labs' full review.

Enterprise Mobility: Droid Incredible Swaps Its Keyboard for a Better Touch Screen, More Horsepower

Verizon Wireless is releasing a new version of its Droid smartphone on April 29, and eWEEK Labs got an early look at the devices. The Droid Incredible, which is made by HTC, offers a more

Cloud Computing: Google Cloud Print Coming for Google Chrome OS

It wasn't a bombshell, but Google's introduction of Google Cloud Print April 15 answered one of the many questions analysts had about how Google Chrome Operating System would handle print jobs when it arrives on netbooks more

IT Security & Network Security News & Reviews: 10 Most Dangerous Web App Security Risks

With Web applications remaining a popular target for attackers, Web app security sometimes seems like a digital version of the "Good, the Bad and the Ugly." In the role of Clint Eastwood's "Blondie" is the OWASP (Open Web Application more
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