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Some folks in the blogosphere are saying Google could make a run at partner Sprint after the No. 3. U.S. phone carrier quashed its wireless network deal with Clearwire. Here are some reasons why Google--which is riding high on the strength of its robust o
Storage virtualization is one of today's most talked-about technologies, but it's not a cure-all. Here are some things it can-and cannot-do. By Chris Preimesberger
With Citrix's recent XenSource acquisition, a new hypervisor on the way from Microsoft and Oracle now extending its sincere Red Hat flattery to the virtual world, the buzz around server virtualization is louder than ever. Here are 10 things to keep in min
In November 2006, Intel introduced the first quad-core microprocessors for the volume x86 market. The quad-core chips were designed to offer better performance compared with the previous generation of single- and dual-core processors. A little less than a
The Catalyst 6500 Virtual Switching System 1440 allows two switches to appear as one, reducing management burden and adding resiliency.
Will Microsoft's Visual Studio 2008, code-named Orcas, make a splash when it is released early next year? Check out this eWEEK Labs Walk-Through for an early look at Microsoft's forthcoming integrated development environment revision.
10 Things You Should Know About Mashups SLIDESHOW
It's OK to think of Google as the godfather of mashups-the company gets credit for a lot these days. Perhaps the bigger story is that more and more businesses are thinking about the potential of mashups. Following are 10 things you should know about
eWEEK Labs Evaluation: Snap Server 730i SLIDESHOW
Adaptec's Snap Server 730i is designed for easy implementation in enterprises that don't have a big IT staff. The Snap Server 730i's setup and configuration wizards are easy to use, the server will fit easily into an office or data center environment, and