Has Linux finally reached the point where it can start making serious inroads in corporations?
The fight between Wi-Fi and WiMAX is heating up
Channel needs to look at how to respond to this increasingly popular model
The industry is entering a period of intense multi-tasking and it has to stop
Prototype or futuristic laptops may look similar to toy computers or cellphones
Apple users have always been safe from virus attacks. No more
Intel is dabbling in chips without silicon waffers
Google is this business’s newest 500-pound gorilla
New ways to get rid of useless spam and help improve doing business online
VoIP-blocking software smoothes out traffic but at what cost?
Microsoft talked up innovation at Windows 20th birthday, but what will the future hold?
A paper suggests Internet users could have almost as much power as the U.S.
The Canadian Information Processing Society (CIPS) made some progress during its fifth annual ISP Week by announcing that the Ontario Association of School Board Officials (OASBO) Information Technology committee will promote CIPS’ professional designation to its members.
Technology for transmitting data through human skin is not that long from being a reality
This seems to be the breakout year for desktop search tools, a field we once pioneered