Tech Teams Vie For Federal Cloud Business
GSA has approved 20 companies, ranging from IT industry leaders to lesser-known specialists, to provide infrastructure as a service through its cloud computing portal
Dell Hybrid Tablet Coming Next Week
The 10-inch Inspiron Duo tablet-netbook, positioned as an iPad competitor, runs a dual-core Atom N550 processor and offers work and entertainment features.
On Tablets And Tablet Data Plans
Pricing schemes for tablets have quickly become as complicated as pricing for mobile phones. Here's a quick primer on the current landscape and how the total cost of ownership breaks down.
Expect Reasonable Growth for Cloud Computing
Think of cloud computing as a big bandwagon that started the parade route with a few core items on it such as SaaS, IaaS, and PaaS. However, street vendors keep tossing anything and everything onto the bandwagon as it rolls along, no matter if their products are truly cloud computing or not...
Samsung's Android Tablet Reviewed
With the debut of its Froyo-based Galaxy Tab Samsung wades into the tablet market, but does Android scale well enough to compete? Our columnist put the Tab through the paces to find out.
PC Processor Sales Slow In Q3
Worldwide sales in the fourth quarter will be "decent," but year-over-year growth in the second half of 2010 will be lower than in the first, according to IDC.
Twitter Friends Apple's Ping
Apple's fledgling music-related social networking service Ping gets a boost from Twitter. Still no sign of Facebook support, though.
NEC Intros LifeTouch Cloud Tablet
The "cloud communicator," powered by Android 2.1 and an ARM Cortex A8 processor, features a touchscreen, navigational buttons, 3-megapixel camera, GPS, accelerometer, and light sensor.
Sprint Relies On Apple To Sell Products
Sprint's latest wireless accessory, the ZTE Peel, works only with Apple's iPod Touch. Though it doesn't offer the iPhone, Sprint is still banking on Apple for sales.
Zero Day Vulnerability Hits Adobe
Bug could allow an attacker to trick an Acrobat user into opening a "specially crafted" PDF file; Adobe plans to release fix next week.
Air Force CIO Priorities: Networking At Mach 6
Lt. Gen. William Lord outlines an ambitious plan to bolster the Air Force's cybersecurity posture, drive IT efficiencies, deploy new tech tools, and establish aerial networks at supersonic speeds.