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iPhoneography: The Art of iPhone Photography

Armed with iPhones and digital editing software, these 13 artists have turned a smartphone into a creative canvas.


Beware of Cost-Cutting Tech Measures

A small business switches to a lower-cost Internet and phone provider, but ends up wasting time and money

Symantec: Change Your Facebook Password Now!

Leaked application tokens can give third parties access to Facebook users' personal info and the ability to post to their walls

Stupid User Tricks 5: IT's Weakest Link

Flaming laptops, nosy mothers, and server racks sent tumbling down stairs: These seven real-world tales tell of IT brain fail.


Securely share files, sync folder and VNC via Google based VPN, even behind NAT.


Quickly and easily control a remote desktop for tech support or file sharing situations.

Ballmer: I'm Not Going to WWDC

The Microsoft CEO was rumored to be speaking at Apple's developer conference about Visual Studio 2010 accommodating the iPhone OS

WinRemotePC Lite

Free, easy-to-use and fast PC Remote Control / Administration tool

Nine Real-Life IT Horror Stories

IT horror never ends: more real-world disasters, courtesy of your network's weakest link.

IPhone to Get Some BlackBerry-like Security

Ever since it arrived, the iPhone has been criticized for not meeting key enterprise needs.


Battle Between Craigslist, State AGs Gets Nuttier

I don't know about you, but I'm finding the whole showdown between Craigslist and the state attorneys general over online "adult" ads endlessly entertaining.

Sun's History in Pictures

Sun was a tech juggernaut for nearly three decades. This memorial slideshow traces the rise and fall of Sun Microsystems.

iPhone Apps Apple Doesn't Want You to Install

Here's a selection of favorite forbidden -- but useful and fun -- iPhone applications on Apple's banned list.


Hands on Guide to Windows 7: Lesson 10

In the last in a 10-part series looking at the changes in Windows 7, our colleagues at InfoWorld take a look at changes to libraries and searching in the beta of the revised operating system.


Hands on Guide to Windows 7: Lesson 9

In the ninth in a 10-part series looking at the changes in Windows 7, our colleagues at InfoWorld take a look at notable features for IT administrators.