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.
Slideshow: Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 Revealed
Microsoft has completely updated its mobile operating system with Windows Phone 7, which offers more of a social media focus than one might expect, complete with "hubs" for people, pictures, music, games, and office apps.
Slideshow: RFID In Healthcare
Wi-Fi RFID is being used in many healthcare facilities to track patients, staff and expensive medical gear. Clinicians use it to locate important mobile medical testing equipment quickly, monitor confused patients wandering through hallways, and assist in asset management and patient flow.
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.
Slideshow: iPad Does Remote Control--3 Apps Tested
We tested three apps that provide a variety of remote control capabilities: one from Array Networks, one called LogMeln, and finally AirDisplay from Avatron, which turns your iPad into a second monitor.
Slideshow: 7 Biggest Microsoft Flops Ever
Despite challenges by a resurgent Apple, upstart Google, and other new rivals, Microsoft remains the world's biggest software company with more than 90% of the desktop. But for all its dominance, Redmond rolls big clunkers from time to time -- and when it flops, it flops big. Here are seven Microsoft disasters that live in infamy.
Slideshow: Who's Who In Healthcare IT
The push toward "meaningful use" of health IT in America's hospitals and medical practices involves some of the country's most talented healthcare and technology leaders. InformationWeek Healthcare shines a spotlight on some of those healthcare IT movers and shakers.
Slideshow: 10 Killer Mac Applications
Web apps are the future, but there's still a lot of great software to be downloaded and installed. We picked ten worthy Mac applications, that are tops here and now.
Slideshow: Note Taker HD Puts The "Pad" in iPad
Note Taker HD, from Visicalc founder and productivity software entrepreneur Dan Bricklin is a work of art. This is how you should take notes on an tablet. It takes getting used to, but it is ideal for many tasks.