Since the first combination cell phone and PDA device emerged from the primordial ooze, manufacturers have been trying to perfect the genetic code of the smartphone. Join eWEEK Labs on a tour of the devices through which the smartphones on display at the GSMA Mobile World Congress Feb. 16 to 19 can trace their lineage.
The HTC Corporation's long-awaited updateand possible Apple iPhone killerto the Touch Diamond, the Touch Diamond2, certainly didn't disappoint when it was unveiled at Mobile World Congress 2009 in Barcelona on Mond...read more
Windows Mobile 6.5, due in the second half of 2009, brings some welcome changes to Microsoft's mobile interface. According to a quick look at the alpha version, Windows Mobile 6.5 is now designed for finger man...read more
Absolutely not, at least not yet. It takes more than a RIM BlackBerry, knowledge of Facebook, the ability to power on an Apple MacBook and an Internet connection. Knowing a good thing when they saw it, many a preside...read more
It's Friday the 13th, the unluckiest day of the year. How has Microsoft's luck been over the past 34 years? The company's rise through the 1980s and 1990s was really a series of lucky breaks combined with business savvy and execution on the vision of one...read more
With the recession ravaging enterprise spending plans, IT administrators are trying to figure out how to make their PC dollars go farther. Component makers are coming out with cheaper products, and OEMs are workin...read more
The elegantly designed XioTech Emprise 7000 SAN solution focuses on preserving and duty cycling physical drives to boost availability and decrease service costs. It also has the added benefit of the Virtual View management software, which vastly simplifies management of virtual machine storage.
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Novell's OpenSUSE, one of the Linux world's most prominent distributions, hit Version 11.1 late in 2008, sporting a renewed focus on community involvement. Check out this slide show to see if the latest version of OpenSUSE has what i...read more