Zeo Personal Sleep Coach
Technology's pervasiveness doesn't stop at the bedroom. The Zeo Personal Sleep Coach combines wireless, the Web, and an intelligent design to bring sleep data and therapy to the masses.
iPhone Users: Borrow An Alarm Clock This Weekend
If you use your iPhone as an alarm clock you might want to get a cheap alarm clock if you want to make it to work on time. There is a daylight savings bug that is causing the alarm to go off an hour later than scheduled.
Are You Ready for Your ERP Close-up?
As part of a live webcast last week featuring executives from Torelli Bicycle Company, enterprise resource planning software leader SAP, and ERP implementation specialists to the small and midsize business market Navigator Business Solutions, we had the opportunity to conduct a live poll of the nearly 200 SMB companies in attendance.
NASA, Microsoft Reveal Mars In Pictures
As Earth's closest neighbor and with an atmosphere more similar to Earth's than any other planet in the solar system, Mars has long been a subject of great interest to astronomers and the public. NASA began exploring Mars with unmanned spacecraft in the 1970s, and the space agency hopes to eventually send a human to the Red Planet. In March 2009, NASA and Microsoft partnered under a Space Act Agreement to make images of Mars and other planets available through Microsoft's WorldWide Telescope, an
Top 5 Twitter Clients Reviewed
Third-party clients bring horsepower and rich features to the Twitter experience, so you can manage the tsunami of information flowing through the streams you follow and make the most of every 140-character opportunity. Here, InformationWeek lifts the hoods of five leading clients and breaks down the pros and cons of each.
Is Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Right For SMBs?
A local Boy Scout chapter found that Microsoft's workflow software, while most often used by large enterprises, was the most efficient way to roll out its collaborative website.
Wind River Revs Embedded Linux
Open source development platform adds features to increase productivity and improve resource sharing across multiple groups.
Android Captures Smartphone Lead In U.S.
According to numbers from Canalys and NPD Group, Google's Android mobile operating system grabbed a commanding 43.6% of the U.S. smartphone market in the third quarter.
ViewSonic Unveils Android Tablets
The ViewPad 10 is a dual-boot Win 7 and Android device, while the ViewPad 7 offers Google Mobile Services in a compact 7-inch design.
Clear And Sprint Launch WiMax In NYC
Sprint and its partner Clearwire today announced the official launch of the companies' joint WiMax network in New York City, Hartford, Conn., Trenton, N.J., Tampa, Fla., and other cities.
Data Usage Drives Cellular Network Upgrades
Significant growth in data transmissions is expected to force cellular network providers to make massive investments in network upgrades, according to market research firm In-Stat. The emerging requirements could stretch their pocketbooks as well as their network capacity.
Microsoft Already Making Changes To Windows Phone 7
The new mobile platform from Microsoft is just two weeks old in Europe and still has a week to go before launching in the US. Even so, Microsoft is taking feedback from developers and is making changes both to the platform and the Marketplace application store.