The Season For Corporate Giving
High-tech companies have donated to various charities in 2004. Here are those stories, plus how you can help the Tsunami victims.
Report: Apple To Launch $499 Mac
Apple enthusiasts say that in January Apple will unveil a sub-$500 Mac designed to entice Windows users who own iPods to make the computer switch.
SEA-EAT Blog Mobilizes Fast For Tsunami Relief
Three bloggers in Bombay set up tsunamihelp.blogspot.com soon after the tsunami hit on Sunday, to form a clearinghouse for disaster relief. Three days later, the blog has 50 contributors and
Lenovo Group Moving HQ To Armonk
China's Lenovo Group, which recently bought a majority stake in IBM's PC operation, is moving its headquarters to Big Blue's hometown of Armonk, N.Y.
Airspan Buys VoIP Equipment Developer
Broadband wireless equipment developer Airspan Networks has purchased Israel-based ArelNet for $8.7 million, a move that will allow the WiMAX equipment developer to increase its support for voice-over-IP (VoIP) services.
World's Tallest Building Gets Wireless Coverage
When the world's tallest building is inaugurated in Taipei at the end of the month, it will boast mobile-phone coverage reaching throughout the 106-story building, including its elevators.
What's Most Important In 2005?
As you look out onto 2005, what are your biggest challenges? Do you need to beef up security, deploy a converged voice and data network, incorporate WLANs into your enterprise,
What's Hot in 2005
What technologies are going to be most important for you to survive 2005? We pull out our looking glass and tell you what's hot.
A Ghost Story Of Windows
Though Marley was dead, one can not say the same thing about Internet Explorer, for it is alive, and alive and full of incomplete programmatic code.
What's In Store For Storage In 2005
With the new year upon us, some key storage technologies are poised for takeoff, and, not surprisingly, they're an alphabet soup of acronyms.
Sprint and Nextel
A merger between Sprint and Nextel means a number of potential benefits to both companies, their stockholders and, potentially, to their customers.
Google Desktop Search Buggy, Fixed
Researchers at Rice University makes public a bug in Google Desktop Search that could let hackers secretly search the contents of a user's hard drive.
The Ultimate Freeware Toolkit
Here are little-known freeware and shareware utilities that can help system builders do a faster, better job of diagnosing and repairing ailing computer systems.
The IT industry pulled a few surprises out if its hat in 2004. Here are the ones that most intrigues TechWeb's staff.
Overrated Tech, Underrated Tech
To sum up the year, InformationWeek's editors present their list of the most overrated and underrated technologies, ideas, people, and trends.
Year-End PC Tasks
A little simple maintenance now can help prevent many headaches next year, Fred Langa says.
The Survivor's Guide to 2005: Pop Quizes
Put your best thinking cap on and test your security, convergence business strategy and application know-how with our special, interactive pop quizzes. We'll show you exactly where you stand or
Blog Awards Bookmarks
Our editors pick their favorite alternative technology blogs from among the many entries made by you, our dear readers.
The China Syndrome
China's technical prowess is turning it into one of the largest networking markets in the world--and into U.S. vendors' biggest competitor.