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Enterprise Mobility: A Gaunt Steve Jobs Hails New Features for iPods, iTunes

Apple staged a music-themed event Sept. 9 in San Francisco featuring Grammy winner Norah Jones to introduce several new features for its iPod devices and its iTunes App Store. But the most important news more

IT & Network Infrastructure : LABS GALLERY: TZO DNS Services Ease DNS Management

Tzolkin's DNS-based site failover and geographic load balancing are easy to implement, relatively inexpensive and non-disruptive.

IT & Network Infrastructure : IBM 'Stratus' Supercomputer Is NOAA's Newest Storm Chaser

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has completed the installation of its latest supercomputers, which will be used to help in forecasting weather and climate changes. The massive "Stratus" more

IT & Network Infrastructure : Cisco's Biggest UCS Deployment Runs a Multitude VMworld Labs

VMworld 2009, held in San Francisco Aug. 31 through Sept. 3, was noteworthy only for its major product announcements and large attendance-nearly 13,000-but it also sported the biggest deployment thus far more

Enterprise Applications: 10 Google Services That Failed and Why

When the economy went south in 2008, Google CEO Eric Schmidt talked openly about the need to curb the dark matter within Google. Over the next several months, Google lopped off Lively, Google Video, Google Notebook, and more

Enterprise Applications: 20 Twitter Apps You Need to Know About

With more than 50 million users visiting Twitter in July, the microblogging service has become quite the destination for short updates about what we're doing in the moment. In addition to being a hot destination, Twitter more

Cloud Computing: LABS GALLERY: Opera 10 Improves Performance, Tabbed Browsing Options

Many of the features found in current-generation Web browsers, such as tabbed browsing, were originally introduced in Opera. And it won't be a surprise if some of the features found in the recently more

Desktops and Notebooks: Commodore 64: A Look Back at a Geek's First PC

eWEEK Labs Analyst Jeff Cogswell fondly thinks back to his teen years during the early 1980s when he was the proud owner of a Commodore 64, a computer that reached near-mythical status. Jeff explores what led up to this computer, what made it great and how it lives on.By Jeff Cogswell

Enterprise Applications: eWEEK Labs Looks Back at 40 Years of Unix

Forty years ago, a new operating system called Unix was created, and a new revolution in computing began. Today, Unix-based operating systems still run many of the biggest and most important computing systems in the more

Enterprise Mobility: 10 iPhone Apps That Make the Grade for College

Ah, that time of year when hot days begin to cool, the sun sets earlier and a new batch of freshmen arrives at universities across the country, eager to learn, make friends and do their first keg stand. Considering more
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