I will never understand how you heathens survive without physical keyboards

I’d like to think my time with ITWC, which comes to a close on Sept. 7, has made me a...

September 4th, 2018 Eric Emin Wood

10 cutting edge snooping gadgets

10 cutting edge snooping gadgets

Attackers seeking to do harm or mischief to networks work with an ever expanding arsenal of tools that sometimes seem...

July 28th, 2009 Tim Greene

Three answers to the ‘smartphone-laptop’ problem

Three answers to the ‘smartphone-laptop’ problem

In the past two years, cell phone and laptop companies have unveiled breathtaking innovations -- from 24-hour battery laptops to...

October 26th, 2008 Mike Elgan

Gross! A computer cleaner dishes the dirt

Gross! A computer cleaner dishes the dirt

When a British study recently showed the average computer keyboard is dirtier than a toilet seat, Jacqueline Miller’s worst suspicions...

May 21st, 2008 Shane Schick

Desktop multiplier takes limited PC resources a long way

Desktop multiplier takes limited PC resources a long way

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEA desktop virtualization software product developed by an Calgary-based company is teaching students at an Illinois middle...

June 5th, 2007

BlackBerry continues expansion, launches in Taiwan

BlackBerry continues expansion, launches in Taiwan

One of Taiwan's largest mobile phone network operators launched the popular BlackBerry service Thursday, continuing Research In Motion Ltd. (RIM)'s...

September 13th, 2006 Dan Nystedt

New Microsoft mouse, keyboard read fingerprints

New Microsoft mouse, keyboard read fingerprints

Microsoft Corp. introduced a new line of keyboards and mice on Wednesday, including some with fingerprint readers that lets users...

September 12th, 2004 Joris Evers

Wireless mice, keyboards set users free

Wireless mice, keyboards set users free

Input devices are not glamorous. But few pieces of equipment see more use — or have more potential to affect...

February 23rd, 2004 Matthew Honan

PDAs to get people talking, not typing: report

PDAs to get people talking, not typing: report

Wireless-connected PDAs will be used more for chatting on the phone and instant messaging and less for e-mail and word...

August 31st, 2001 Julie Clow