15 Scenes From Acer's Budapest Conference

Acer in mid-September held its annual Global Press Conference event in Budapest, Hungary, one of the world's most scenic cities. Company executives presented Acer's strategy for using multiple brands to target different types of PC users in the various geographical markets the vendor serves. Following are 15 scenes from the event as well as sights from around the Hungarian capital.

T-Mobile G1 Brings Google Android To The Mobile Masses

T-Mobile, Google and HTC on Tuesday unveiled the first mobile device based on the open source Linux Google Android mobile operating system, the T-Mobile G1.

Product Pricing, Availability Now Available On Demand

A new ChannelWeb information service gives solution providers real-time product pricing and availability information.

Top 10 Biggest Security Threats Of The Future

As security threats grow in size, scope and sophistication, so do the opportunities for channel partners to help businesses secure their networks and reduce the risk of attack. In Everything Channel's State of Technology security survey, hundreds of channel partners estimated some of the biggest threats we might see on the horizon through 2009.

State of Technology: Security - By The Numbers

Everything Channel's latest State of Technology survey looks at the trends driving the security market. Here's what solution providers had to say.

20 Most Strategic Security Vendors

Security integrators surveyed recently for Everything Channel's 2008 State of Technology: Security study picked out the companies they consider to be their most strategic partners. Here are the top 20 vendors that made the cut.

11 Must-See Products At Oracle OpenWorld

More than 400 vendors will be showcasing their products and services this week at Oracle OpenWorld. Here we offer a peak at a dozen products sure to draw a lot of attention.

15 Hot Products From VMworld 2008

The VMworld conference, which has evolved into the industry's premier virtualization event, finished its run in Las Vegas with a host of new products highlighting a range of technology. Here are a few.

The Midsize Enterprise Summit Innovation Awards

Looking for the right vendor to bring to your midmarket customers? More than 300 CIOs voted for their favorite solutions at Everything Channel's Midsize Enterprise Summit in Grapevine, Texas, Sept. 15-17. Here are the results.

Sweet Rides, Monkeys And More: 15 Scenes From Interop NY

Technology vendors from around the globe converged on New York City's Javits Center for Interop New York and the Mobile Business Expo to show off their latest and greatest wares.

Interop Goes Mobile: 9 Hot On-The-Go Solutions From The Show Floor

Mobility solutions abound at Interop New York and the Mobile Business Expo as everyone from BlackBerry to Agito showed off their latest mobile gear.

10 CIOs Of Midsize Companies Share Their '09 Budget Plans

CIOs of midsize companies will be more thrifty with their wallets in 2009, as many companies don't expect their IT budgets to increase much.

CIOs Of Midsize Companies In No Hurry For Vista

After a straw poll of CIOs at the Midsize Enterprise Summit in Grapevine, Texas, indicated many companies planned to skip implementing Vista, Everything Channel asked 13 end users their plans regarding Microsoft's latest OS. The results were not good for Microsoft.

25 Must-See New Products At Interop NY

Dozens of vendors showcased new gear at Interop New York and the Mobile Business Expo. Here we take a look at 25 hot new products that took the show floor by storm.

10 Demo-Tested Companies To Watch

ChannelWeb looked at the 72 companies presenting new products and services at this week's Demofall conference, picking out 10 that really wowed us.

The Test Center's Notebook Product Guide

CRN Test Center honchos poured over recent notebook reviews and picked the machines that they loved the most.

36 Midmarket Products We Love Right Now

With Everything Channel's Midsize Enterprise Summit just around the corner, ChannelWeb uncovers the 12 technologies midmarket customers need right now. From blade servers to videoconferencing, we picked products from some of the industry's key players that fit the bill.

Panasonic Readies Launch Of The World's Smallest Micro Four Thirds Camera

Panasonic Thursday unveiled the LUMIX DMC-G1, a 12.1 megapixel camera the company said is the world's smallest and lightest digital interchangeable lens camera based on the new Micro Four Thirds System standard.

A Glimpse Of The Future: 12 Mobile Devices From CTIA Wireless Fall 2008

Major device makers like BlackBerry, Motorola, Samsung and LG, along with some newbies like Velocity Mobile and Elektrobit hit the CTIA Wireless Fall 2008 show to demonstrate their new smart phones and other devices.

HP Hits The Runway During NY Fashion Week

It's not often when a computer company makes a splash during New York's Fashion Week at Bryant Park, but Hewlett-Packard did so this year by teaming with famed designer Vivienne Tam to create a "digital clutch" notebook PC.

Yahoo Debuts iPhone oneConnect App, Updates Blueprint Platform

At the CTIA Wireless show, Yahoo discussed plans for furthering its efforts for mobile software offerings, and previewed oneConnect, a new, free iPhone app and also unveiled an updated version of its Blueprint mobile development platform.

Dell's Virtualization Vision Comes To Life

Dell introduced a series of new server and storage products optimized for virtualization solutions. The products were "designed from the ground up" for virtualization, according to the vendor, which should allow for seamless integration and scalability.

BlackBerry Unveils The Pearl Flip 8220

BlackBerry has released its first ever flip phone in the BlackBerry Pearl Flip 8220. Here is a quick look at the smart phone.

Tech Data Hits The Road With Technology Solutions Tour

Almost 500 solution providers have attended the first three stops on Tech Data's Technology Solutions Tour, a six-city (so far) trek across the country bringing the latest technology and offerings from the distributor and its vendor partners. Here's a look at what's happened so far.

The Real Genius Behind The iPod

On the eve of Apple's latest iPod-related event in San Francisco, meet Kane Kramer, the British inventor who says he developed the first digital audio player back in 1979.

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