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
A mix of U.S. and Asian-based technology, financial and consulting companies top the list of enterprises that have applied for and received approval for H-1B visas in 2009.
There are at least 200 companies that applied for H-1B v...read more
Lexar's JumpDrive SAFE S3000 FIPS is the first USB flash memory storage device to use a smart card for authentication and encryption to keep the data stored on it safe from prying eyes. And, in eWEEK Labs' tests, the ruggedized device lived to tell the tale after torture testing.
Windows 7 is a vast improvement over Windows Vista. Some might even say Windows 7 is what Vista should have been from the beginning. It has an improved task bar. It features a host of new security features that have helpe...read more
The celebration of the New Year traditionally signifies a chance to start over and make resolutions to change for the better. For participants in 21st century technology, the New Year also symbolizes the start of updated gadgets and gizmos th...read more
It's the end of 2009 and, according to some, the end of the first decade of the 21st century. Either way, it's been an interesting 10 years, and even though the dot-com era is long behind us, the pace of technology keeps acceleratin...read more
Iron Mountain's track record of document and data security is hard to beat. The company has been building its storage safety reputation since 1951, and has been known for two generations for carting away...read more