September 2008 Archives

Tough economic times pose special challenges, but they also pose opportunities for channel companies looking to enhance their competitive position in the IT industry. Chinese manufacturer, Lenovo, for Read More
Service provider Sprint is rolling the dice on WiMAX, a new wireless technology that has received much hype but little practical application in the U.S. telecom market. The company has Read More
Hardare vendor Dell, which has been building market share through its new channel program, sees growth ahead in Europe and developing countries despite the current economic challenges. CEO Michael Del Read More
Here's some interesting news that ought to get the open-source community jazzed: New data from research firm Computer Economics shows the vast majority Read More

Get Ready for the GooglePhone

Does the channel, the tech industry and the world-at-large really need another smart, wireless device? We'll find out soon enough since Tuesday is the day T-Mobile USA is set to release details of the Read More
Despite the seemingly non-stop financial turmoil this week, the Internet Telephony Conference and Expo took place in Los Angeles, underscoring the fact despite the economic uncertainty, the busin Read More
Two channel powerhouses, distributor Ingram Micro and vendor Dell, are warning that global Read More

Channel Shake-Up for Vendors

With the fourth quarter approaching,it must be time for channel shake-ups. Networking vendor Novell has appointed a new channel chief, while security vendor Trend Micro bids farewell to its Read More
Computer Sciences Corp. (CSC) has now become the latest technology services integrator to launch a global branding campaign. According to Read More

The Dawn of All-Day Computing?

Has the industry reached the era of all computing all the time? Hewlett Packard certainly believes so. The vendor has announced that it has achieved 24-hour battery life with an HP EliteBook 6930p Read More

Dell Muscles Into Netbook Battle

Dell has become the latest channel vendor to enter the increasingly competitive netbook (or mini-noterbook)market. The company's new Inspiron Mini 9 sells on the Read More

What's Up with Google's Browser?

Google has introduced a new web browser, dubbed Chrome, which the company says is better able to handle the richer, more interactive applications that are becoming more commonplace. Interesting, bu Read More