As the premier search company in the world, it wouldn't be necessary for Google to branch out into other markets. The amount of revenue it derives from its core business easily climbs into the billions of dollars. Thanks...read more
Just before the Apple iPad was released, I concocted my "dream tablet." The "couchlet" was conceived of as a home-only device for enhancing personal entertainment. Readers suggested so many good additions to the couchlet that I share the...read more
Google last June began rolling out its Google Voice phone management application to more users. While the search engine has racked up more than 1.5 million users for the free Web app, there is still some confusion about...read more
Research In Motion's BlackBerry Presenter lets smartphone users stream PowerPoint slide decks from their BlackBerry phones to an external monitor or projector via a wireless connection. While many users will only...read more
Leaked press photos of HTC's latest batch of smartphones couldn't dampen enthusiasm or anticipation for the devices at this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The HD Mini will run Windows...read more
BlockMaster's small and light USB removable flash memory storage devices were tough, but not quite as rugged as the competition.
However, the units did prove speedier than other devices we've te...read more
Each month, eWEEK editors name new or newly updated enterprise-class products that we think should be on IT professionals' radars-products and services that promise to create efficiencies as well as competitive advantage. This ...read more
The buzz around Google Buzz over the past week touched off a new round of discussions about privacy. Concerns about social networking are becoming an all too familiar fact of life for services like Facebook, Buzz and others....read more
eWEEK Labs analysts picked the 25 Technologies that Changed the Decade. The products and technologies were chosen based on the impact they had not only on the decade that was but on the decade that will be.
Despite the constant rain and cold temperatures, attendees turned out in droves for this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, with more than 1,300 companies in attendance and more than 50...read more