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Enterprise Applications: How Adobe Reader Stacks Up to Alternatives

Just about everyone has to work with PDF files to some degree. You have to be able to read them on just about any device, and the ability to write them is common in most organizations. Adobe is the first name that more

Apple: Apple iWork '09 Looks Slick, Adds Useful Features

The Apple iWork '09 productivity suite-which includes Keynote (presentations), Pages (word processing) and Numbers (spreadsheet)-was released at Macworld in January. On March 26, Apple released Update 1 for iWork '09, which is more

Desktops and Notebooks: Acer Taps Intel, Nvidia for New Line of Laptops, All-in-One PCs

JERSEY CITY, N.J.—At an event at the Liberty Science Center here, Acer showed off more than 20 new PCs, including netbooks and mininotebooks, thin and light Aspire Timeline laptops, and more

Database: 12 Tips for Making Remote Database Administration Easier

Everyone is asking to do more with less, but there are certain tasks such as database administration (DBA) that can only be done by highly specialized individuals. Whether it be Oracle, Microsoft's SQL, Sun's MySQL or more

Application Development: MoMA Eases Migration of .NET Programs to Mono, eWEEK Labs Finds

MoMA, or the Mono Migration Analyzer tool, helps users port Microsoft .NET programs to Mono with the ultimate goal of porting Windows software to Linux. In this slide show, eWEEK Labs explores MoMA, testing it on some popular .NET software.

Application Development: Adobe Flash Helps Stream Major League Games, the official Website of Major League Baseball, is using Adobe's Flash Platform to stream games to viewers. Adobe and announced a two-year agreement in November for to use Flash to more

Enterprise Mobility: Palm Pre Smartphone, WebOS Are Looking Like iPhone Killers

Palm just can't seem to stop showing off its hot new smartphone, the Pre, and the company's stellar application platform, the WebOS. While there is no word yet when the Pre will hit store shelves, more

Enterprise Mobility: eWEEK Labs Picks the Most Interesting Devices and Demos at CTIA Wireless 2009

Many of the most interesting devices displayed at CTIA Wireless 2009 in Las Vegas had been announced previously at Mobile World Congress but were new to eWEEK Labs' eyes and hands. Here' more

Enterprise Mobility: Netbooks at CTIA Wireless 2009: Quality Trumps Quantity

CTIA Wireless in Las Vegas, which ended April 3, was somewhat mellower than usual thanks to the recession; an estimated 20,000 people attended. Normally 30,000 to 40,000 wireless-gadget lovers show up. more

Application Development: Internet Explorer Administration Kit 8 Is All Business, eWEEK Labs Finds

Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 is a big improvement over previous versions, but it has few features that outshine those in competing Web browsers such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and more
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