In his The Hot Button blog, TechRepublic columnist Steven Warren wrote about his experience installing, configuring, and using Windows Live OneCare. This gallery's 11 screenshots walk you through the Windows Defender installation and show you how Microsoft's new spyware fighter integrates with Windows Live OneCare.
Stanford collection houses 80 years of high-tech gear, from the IBM 30 to Google's Lego-clad storage.
It's been 10 years since Palm launched its first handhelds. Check out the gradual changes in its PDAs over time.
During a recent trip to Las Vegas, NV, I was captivated by this Zoom Shop vending machine selling Apple iPods. Located in the Las Vegas Hilton, home to the Star Trek Experience and Barry Manilow, this robotic retail system dispenses a variety of iPods and iPod accessories.
New graphics software will run in non-Windows systems and in non-Microsoft browsers. Here's a look.
Billed as an e-mail client, Microsoft's desktop software offers more than just a way to read e-mail.
This screenshot shows the main configuration screen for GFI MailEssemtials' main configuration screen.GFI Software's GFI Essentials provides anti-spam, anti-phishing, and advanced mail management tools for Exchange/SMTP e-mail systems.
Nicolas Negroponte, head of The One Laptop Per Child organization, on Tuesday tells the LinuxWorld audience in Boston that the inexpensive machine will use Linux, but the operating system suffers the same code bloat as Windows.
Microsoft shows off an upgraded version of its best-selling wireless optical mouse and two new desktop mice.
A look at the application that lets Intel-based Macs natively run Windows XP.
Kevin Kettler describes the mechanics of virtualization in a speech at the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo in Boston.
R&D team shows off the Gesture Keyboard and Printcast.
Silicon.com's Andy McCue got a peek at what HP research laboratories are cooking up.
Microsoft is on track to release the Windows XP version of Windows Media Player 11 before the end of June.
Cisco Systems is searching for broadband's killer content and throwing cash at university students to find it.