Server Shipments, Revenue Increase
After a two-year slump, server shipments are up more than 23% year-over-year and factory revenue increased almost 5% in the first quarter.
OLPC Developing $99 Tablet PC
One Laptop Per Child is emphasizing the educational value of its planned low-cost, low-power, Android-based XO tablet.
Image Gallery: Microsoft's Office Web Apps
By themselves, the Microsoft's Office Web Apps may not reshape the computing world. In combination with other features of Office 2010, however, these humble Web services may help Microsoft to turn the tables on its online challengers, like Google.
Symantec Enhances SMB Security Suite
For small and midsize businesses, Symantec will offer improved endpoint security, backup capabilities, disaster recovery and messaging security this summer.
Image Gallery: SAP Unveils Integrated BI Strategy Roadmap
Laying out an ambitious roadmap at its SAPPHIRE NOW conference in May, SAP executives detailed an in-memory, tech-powered plan to unite enterprise applications and business intelligence. If it succeeds, the plan will change the course of IT.
Android 2.2: Ready For Enterprise?
Google is touting its new mobile platform's business-friendly features, but licensing Microsoft's ActiveSync may not offer enough security to make Android ready to work in the enterprise.
Review: Microsoft Office Web Apps
We weigh the online versions of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint to see how they stack up as standalone productivity apps -- and against Google Apps.
Gov 2.0: Secrets To Social Media Success
Social media tactics to humanize government officials and call citizens to take action will foster more engagement with the public according a social media expert.
LG Fathom Slated For Verizon
The Fathom is one of the last handsets to ship with Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.5 before it is replaced by Windows Phone 7.
HP, Alcatel-Lucent Partner For UC Solutions
Unified communications and collaboration solutions announced by HP and Alcatel-Lucent seek to tighten integration of IT and communications usage among the two companies' customers.
Android 2.2 Coming To Most HTC Phones
The operating system codenamed Froyo, which is expected to include tethering capabilities, will be delivered to device makers 'in the coming weeks.'
Strange Bedfellows, Google And Adobe Gang Up On Apple
Mortal enemies one day. Bedfellows the next. That's how it felt at the Google I/O 2010 conference when, in the course of two days, Google drove two stakes (HTML5 and VP8) through the heart of Adobe's Flash, and then announced unflagging support for Adobe, particularly in its battle against Apple.
Army Expands Microsoft R&D Partnership
The year-old partnership has already led to promising developments using Microsoft Surface multi-touch computers and will now expand to use Microsoft's Project Natal controller-free system designed for Xbox 360.
Google Gives Web $120 Million Gift
By providing a royalty-free video codec and a store to help sell Web apps, Google is trying to make the Web the leading development platform.
Android OS Gains Momentum
Nokia's Symbian operating system remains in the top spot, but Google's mobile platform grew 707 % compared to the same period last year.
Jolicloud Aims To Boot Netbooks (Webbooks?) Directly To The Web
If HTML5 is the Web application platform of the future (as Google and Apple would very much like it to be), then Jolicloud founder Tariq Krim's vision that netbooks should essentially boot straight to the Web (as though the Web was their operating system) could signal a trend for where the operating systems of PCs and smartphones are heading.
HP Profits Surge On Strong PC Sales
A 20% increase in desktop and laptop PC shipments helped boost net income to $2.2 billion in the second fiscal quarter for the world's largest PC maker.
Image Gallery: Windows 7 Revealed
Here's a first visual look at the Vista successor, which was previewed for attendees of Microsoft's Professional Developers Conference in Los Angeles.
FBI CIO Unveils Next-Gen IT Strategy
Despite a setback to its Sentinel case-management system, the agency is deploying a high-speed network, new Office-based PCs, and other infrastructure improvements.
Image Gallery: IT Hall Of Shame
Look back at ten of the most infamous and notorious tech industry frauds, flops, and foibles from individuals to products, ideas to entire companies.