Some people fret that Google is growing far too nosy, in light of the search engine maven's buyout of face recognition specialist PittPatt, its insistence on "real names" in Google Plus, and its disclosure of the locations of notebook PCs and cell phones worldwide in 'Street View'.
As CEO Steve Ballmer crows about Windows 7 sales, another exec, Stephen Rose, blogged warnings about the final death knell of Windows XP. This all flies in the face of recent Windows 8 sneak peaks, an OS Ballmer calls their "riskiest move yet."
Google is planning further integration between Google+ and Gmail, along with a business edition of its emerging social networking service, two moves that could give Google's lineup a big leg-up against Facebook, Twitter, and even cloud-based office suites such as Microsoft's Office 365.
For SMBs and enterprises alike, IBM plans to launch new cloud-based data recovery services later this summer, at gold, silver and bronze service levels and price points. In an interview with NBR, an IBM exec divulged details of the realtime recovery and restoral service, while also talking up a forthcoming data archive in the cloud.
Samsung and Google have teamed up to produce the Series 5 "Chromebook". The 12.1-inch notebook computer weighs 3.3 lbs and measures just 0.79 inches thin and runs Google's Chrome operating system.
Google has unveiled more details about its upcoming Chrome OS, which is slated to be released mid-2011.
With our increasing reliance on computers to get work done, it is more important than ever to keep a secure backup copy of your files and folders. We round up five online backup solutions and pick a winner.
Pro-grade video editing suites include almost everything but you're eventually going to need an out-of-suite tool -- and after dropping several hundred dollars on your editing software you don't want to pay for a "corner case" application. For these video emergencies we offer the five most useful freeware video editing applications.
E-mail is a great method for sending text over the Internet, but when it comes to sending large file, you'll likely need a more robust data transfer system. We break down four of the best File Transfer services available today in this buyers guide.
Contrary to popular belief, Internet Explorer can do lots of the same cool tricks as Firefox or Google Chrome -- so long as you've got the right IE Add-ons. We break down the top ten Internet Explorer add-ons to make the world's least fashionable browser more effective.
Microsoft Office 2010 goes on sale this month, prompting businesses and consumers to revisit the question, "Is the latest version of MS Office worth the cost of an upgrade?" The answer, as usual, is "it depends." We break down the Office 2010 decision factors in this roundup.
Microsoft Office 2010 hits retail stores this month and as usual Microsoft is offering a byzantine selection of Office 2010 Editions to choose from. Which version of Office 2010 is right for you, and which Editions are you even eligible to buy? We break it down in this buyers guide.
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