First Look At The Apple iPad

It's thin, it's light, it's got Steve Jobs written all over it -- but will the Apple iPad be a game-changer of the magnitude of the iPhone and iPod?

20 Coolest Cloud Storage Vendors

Solution providers who are offering customers some form of storage-as-as-service which includes storing or backing up data over the Internet may not realize it yet, but they have already taken the first step to being a cloud computing provider. Here are the 20 coolest vendors to team up with.

Linux 2010: Sharp, Fast And Worth A Look

Windows 7 isn't the only vastly improved operating system released over the past several months. A number of Linux desktop distributions have been refreshed -- or are slated for major updates in the near term. The CRN Test Center has looked at several and finds them to be clean, fast and and manageable. Some are cost-free. Some have paid-service models. All are worth a look.

20 Coolest Cloud Security Vendors

Cloud-based security services have stepped into the spotlight as vendor after vendor has acquired smaller, innovative players in recent years. Here's our look at the coolest cloud security vendors dotting the landscape.

2010 Websense All-Star Partner Awards

Websense recognized some of its most outstanding channel partners during its partner conference Friday, applauding their growth, product competencies and commitment to the company.

25 Technology Thought Leaders For 2010

These 25 visionaries are boldly shaping the future of the IT industry by driving a bevy of new cutting-edge technology developments.

Scenes From Lotusphere 2010

Lotusphere 2010 attendees were treated to some sneak previews of IBM Lotus' development plans, as well as several days of fun in the Florida sun.

8 Persistent Myths Swirling Around Apple

People just love talking about Apple, and their opinions aren't always based on actual knowledge. This has led to the rise of myths about Apple and its products, and here we look at 8 examples of ones that are still swirling around the company.

20 To Watch In 2010

Here's our look at the 20 companies, people, technologies and trends worth watching in the New Year.

Booting Up Ubuntu 10.04

Ubuntu has had its ups and downs in its technology battles with Microsoft's Windows desktop OS platform, and the next "up" in this series should be April 29, when the community makes public the long-term stable release version of Ubuntu 10.04.

10 Keys To The Avaya-Nortel Integration

Now that Avaya has completed its acquisition of Nortel's enterprise business and revealed a product roadmap for the combined channel organization, it's important to separate fact from speculation. Here's what we know.

Hot Software Products To Check Out At Lotusphere

Thousands of the IBM Lotus faithful, including customers and channel partners, came to Orlando for Lotusphere 2010.

7 New E-Readers From CES 2010

E-readers were everywhere at the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show, and they all have their sights set on taking down the market leading Kindle from Amazon. Here are seven new e-readers that got a close-up in Las Vegas last week.

Classic Examples Of Bizarre Stuff At CES

What would CES be without products and scenes so bizarre they make you shake your head in disbelief? At CES 2010, these were everywhere, and following are 10 representative examples.

15 Looks At 3-D Technology From CES 2010

If there was a buzzword bigger than "tablet" at this year's CES, then it had to be 3-D.

15 Examples Of Odd CES 2010 Signage

Every year at CES, vendors display product marketing signage that's either too weird, too silly or just doesn't make sense. Sometimes, all three of these adjectives apply. Here we present 15 examples of CES vendor messaging that probably should have been vetted a bit more closely prior to the show.

12 Jaw-Dropping Flat Panels From CES 2010

Flat panel televisions are always an intriguing spectacle at CES, but this year's crop of new displays was even more astonishing than usual. While photos don't do justice to these majestic pieces of technology, here are some of the most impressive flat panel displays we encountered on the CES show floor.

10 More Attention Grabbers From CES

A number of odd and interesting products are on hand at CES 2010. Here's a look at 10 items from Pepcom's Digital Experience event.

CES Product Showcase: HP's 20 For 2010

Hewlett-Packard launches its first touch-enabled netbook and more at the Consumer Electronics Show to kick off the New Year.

10 Top-Performing VAR 500 Stocks Of 2009

Many VAR 500 companies showed tremendous stock performance in 2009, year over year. Here are 10 of the biggest solution providers with the largest stock price gains in 2009.

18 Attention Grabbers From CES Opening Night

OK, so the recession is still lurking like a hungry panther, but that doesn't mean people aren't still captivated by the latest gadgets. Although CES 2010 isn't as big as in previous years, exhibitors at a special opening night event Tuesday showed off products that were dazzling, intriguing, and often downright amusing. Here we offer a glimpse of 18 products that had onlookers jostling for a better look.

The Best (And Worst) Vendor Stocks Of 2009

Technology stocks rebounded in a big way in 2009, with many companies outperforming the overall market. Here's a look at how 32 vendors did, with performances ranging from a 3 percent drop to a 713 percent increase.

The Best Channel Stocks Of 2009

The channel's top distributors and direct marketers performed well on Wall Street in 2009. Here's a closer look at how 10 channel companies performed against their peers.

25 Must-See Products At CES 2010

CES 2010 may not be as crowded as previous years, but this weeks' mega-trade show still has a host of compelling new technologies, hot rumors, odd gadgets, and highly anticipated product launches. From netbooks and new microprocessor platforms to super-thin displays and ultra-small mobile devices, CES will have a little bit of everything this year. Here are 25 products that will be highlighted in Las Vegas this week.

It's All Fun And Games: How Gaming Has Changed Your PC

Technology originally developed for gamers impacts our everyday lives.

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