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The New Treos

With its latest two devices–the Treo 800w for the Sprint network and the unlocked, 3G Treo Pro for GSM providers–Palm has rejoined the modern smart phone community, packing in features such as 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, 3G connectivity and integrated GPS more

Solid-State Memory Will Kill HHDs

HHD, or hybrid hard drive, disk storage is a technology that will generally give way to the simpler, more efficient SSD, or solid-state drive, form factor. Want proof? Seagate Technology, Western Digital, Samsung, Toshiba, Fujitsu, Intel, more

What Wed Like to See from Google Before 2009

Can Google equal or surpass the $17.6 billion or so it earned in online advertising in 2007? That remains to be seen, as do several other things as Google hurtles forward in high-tech for the last four months of the year. In 2007, more

10 Predictions for the Future of SAAS and On-Demand

SAAS, or cloud computing, on-demand applications or whatever you want to call it, is increasingly important in the enterprise. One software-as-a-service company, Innotas, provides an on-demand Project Portfolio Management more

Browsers And Unsigned Certificates

Recent releases of browsers have users jumping through hoops to view self-signed SSL certificates.

Seven Client OSes That Could Replace Windows

Microsoft's Windows is the undisputed king of the desktop, and, for a long time now, it's seemed as though Windows would reign forever more. However, with customer uptake of Vista still limp-

Google Blasted over Gmail, Google Apps Outages

Google isn't supposed to go down. Yet Google Gmail and Google Apps went down for 15 hours Aug. 6 and 7. And on Aug. 11, Gmail went down for 2 hours. Users made their discontent known in discussion boards and blogs, raising the broader question: If they can't rely on Google as their Web platform, who can they rely on?

LinuxWorld 2008: Enthusiasm Up, Attendance Down

The shakiness of the macroeconomy plus general problems with travel arrangements caused many usual attendees to sit out this year's LinuxWorld Conference & Expo in San Francisco. More than 7,500 people signed up, but about more

Inside Intel Larrabee

Intel's Larrabee processor is Intel's first multicore processor and first stand-alone graphics card. Larrabee is also a swipe at graphics chip makers Nvidia and Advanced Micro Devices, whose powerful graphics chips are starting to look like a threat more

LiMos New Linux-Based Smart Phones

Mobile phone vendors Motorola, NEC and Panasonic unveil seven new Linux-based smart phones for the LiMo Foundation. Review a sneak peek of all seven LiMo Linux smart phones in this eWEEK slide show.
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