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A Peek Behind the Microsoft Research Curtain

Microsoft Research used its TechFest event at the Redmond campus on March 4 to show off just a few of the hundreds of projects currently under development in its labs around the world. These projects include new technologies for search, interaction, collaboration and social networking.

CeBIT After Dark

As at any major trade show, much of the business that happened at CeBIT took place at social events rather than on the show floor. As it happens, CeBIT is a very social place, and eWEEK was on scene. By Wayne Rash

Putting Virtual Worlds in Business Perspective

eWEEK provides an evaluation shortlist of virtual world platforms. For more on doing business in the virtual world, click here. By Dave Greenfield

Cool Products from CeBIT

You can always depend on the world's largest computer and electronics show to deliver on the products you want. Unfortunately, these products sometimes never see the United States, but they're still cool, and most of them eventually make it. (For more on these cool products, check out Wayne Rash's blog.)

Eight Questions to Ask When Evaluating SAAS Vendors

When evaluating a SAAS (software as a service) solution, smart shoppers will push vendors to lay their cards on the table with regard to system availability, customization and support. The chief technology more

Its a Virtual World After All

Many emerging technologies have smoothly evolved from the consumer to the business space. But what of virtual worlds such as Second Life? Is there a business case for doing business in the virtual world? Following are some examples of potential workspaces in the metaverse. By Dave Greenfield

A Better Way to Cut Your IT Budget

The analysts over at Gartner recently said now is the time to cut the IT budget, and they provided six steps for getting the job done. The six steps play off advice offered by the company last fall that said CIOs should prepare two more

Google Sites Emerges from the Remains of JotSpot

In October 2006, Google quietly acquired hosted wiki provider JotSpot. Rumors abounded that the JotSpot assets had been devoured and that the team had been blown up and moved around Google. In November, Google Product more

eWEEK Labs Walk-through: Toshiba Portege R500-S5003

The Toshiba Portege's R500-S5003 is thin and light, but its solid-state drive does little to push performance. By Tiffany Maleshefski
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