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Sony will take its first step into the tablet market later this year when it launches two devices. Prototypes of the two tablets were previewed at a Tokyo news...
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The sleek ScanSnap S1100 delivers sharp, colorful images and includes easy scan-to-cloud options.
This firewall is a snap to configure and manage, making it an excellent option for small businesses with fewer than 50 users.
The single-port Lantronix SecureLinx SpiderDuo wins with a low price, advanced features, and local console pass-through.
Newer Technology's NuGuard Clear case isn't an iPad sleeve, and it certainly isn't an iPad bag. Rather, it's a clear, rigid, polycarbonate shell that snaps...
The Logitech HD Pro Webcam C910 provides crystal-clear 1080p video quality wrapped up in a sleek design.
HP's c7000 blade system is rich in features, options, and performance, but some of the management tools need attention.
VMware, VMLogix, Surgient, and Skytap lab managers ace virtual machine configuration, deployment, and teardown, with some key differences in features and ease.
IBM's blade system combines strong performance and solid features, but also lower density and higher cost.
The SuperBlade is an amazingly affordable blade server system, yet it still offers a few frills.
Dell's M1000e blade system lags HP and IBM in features and options, but hits the mark in performance and price.
The future never arrives as planned, but these wild innovations will certainly keep things interesting.
Amazon.com leads the pack in our research; Best Buy and Newegg tie for second.