HP Unveils iPod Clone
It has started taking orders for its own version of Apple's popular music player, which it has dubbed the "Apple iPod from HP."
Simulated Hacker Attacks
WesCorp uses Skybox View software to look at its systems through hackers' eyes and identify the key vulnerabilities that need to be fixed quickly
Sybase Gets Into RFID
It's developing an early-adopter program and teaming with AeroScout on a tracking application.
Dell's Juggernaut Rolls On
Net income for the quarter ending July 30 jumped nearly 30% thanks to strong sales of printers and servers,
Adopting A Utility Approach
To keep costs low and usage rates high, more businesses are deploying a utility-computing infrastructure or buying utility services
P&G's Deal With HP Grows
The 10-year, $3 billion IT-operations outsourcing deal has expanded to include accounts payables and meeting key business goals
Keeping The Lights On
Power utilities have spent millions on business technology in the hope that they can make last year's regional power outage the last of its kind. Here's what they've done so far and what still needs doing.
Power Of The Pen
Tablet PC will take off when it functions more like scratch paper, less like a slower, costlier laptop.
Disney Adds PC To Product Line
The $599 unit joins a TV, DVD player, clock radio, and cordless phone among the products the company has introduced over the past two years.