Slideshow: Network-Attached Storage
NAS products from QNAP, Buffalo Technology, Apple, Iomega, and Seagate, in this image gallery to accompany our article "Network-Attached Storage User's Guide."
Army Plans Private Cloud
APC2, the Army Private Cloud, will be a cornerstone of a broader data center consolidation initiative that aims to reduce the number of Army data centers from 200 to less than 20.
Amazon Launches $139 Wi-Fi Kindle
The Wi-Fi only electronic reader and a $189 third generation model of the original Kindle with Wi-Fi and 3G are Amazon's latest bid to spur digital book sales.
Network-Attached Storage User's Guide
Features on the latest NAS devices transform them into full-featured, multi-purpose computing devices which can act as media, print, and file servers, surveillance devices, and Web hosts.
Smarsh Launches Employee Text Message Archiving
Expanding on its social media, instant message and email archiving offerings, Smarsh has launched a mobile message archiving module for BlackBerry, Android and Windows with iPhone support due later this year.
Slideshow: Top 10 Tech Newsmakers Of 2010
These individuals and companies involved in the most significant news stories so far this year. Here's of list of the people and businesses who are making waves in the tech pool.
EVO Drives Sprint Nextel Subscriber Growth
Despite reporting a $720 million quarterly loss, the wireless provider's announcement of a net customer gain after three years of subscriber attrition drove its stock up 4%.
Amazon Sells Out Of Kindles
The growth rate of Kindle sales has tripled since Amazon lowered the price to $189; customers can still order the electronic reader, but estimated delivery dates are not available.
Yahoo Japan Selects Google Search
Microsoft's search technology was not strong enough for its needs, according to Yahoo Japan, in announcing Google as the new search partner.
How To Build Your Own Linux Cloud
Ubuntu lets you create your own Eucalyptus cloud computing infrastructure on commodity servers, plus it's interface-compatible with Amazon's EC2.
India Unveils $35 Tablet PC
The solar-powered iPad lookalike, targeted to students with support for web browsing, video conferencing and word processing, is the Indian government's "answer to MIT's $100 computer."
Analytics Slideshow: Calculating Cloud ROI
Highlights of exclusive InformationWeek Analytics research as it appears in "Cloud ROI: Calculating Costs, Benefits, Returns," our report and visual case study evaluating the fiscal consideration companies apply before tapping into the public cloud.
Black Hat: Mobile Flaws Get Attention
As security professionals converge in Las Vegas for Black Hat USA 2010, July 24-29, conference founder Jeff Moss says interest in mobile vulnerabilities is growing.
Google Images Reimagined
A revamped image search interface and a new image ad format promise easier image searching and more ad revenue.
iSuppli Raises iPad Sales Forecast
Apple is increasing production targets for the tablet computer, prompting the market research firm to boost its 2010 sales forecast by 45%.
Dell Acquiring Ocarina Networks
The privately held company provides technology to compress images and other unstructured data in order to free up storage space, complementing the deduplication capabilities in Dell's storage systems.