Nutanix NX-3000 Series9.3 - Excellent
Netgear ReadyData 52009.3 - Excellent
Sublime Text 3.30599.1 - Excellent
Dell XPS 15 Touch9.0 - Excellent
Riverbed Granite 2.58.9 - Very Good
March 19, 2009

iPhone 3.0: An InfoWorld guided tour

Apple's forthcoming update fills a number of important holes for users; here's a sneak peek at the key new features

March 12, 2009

Test Center review: Sprint's Palm Treo Pro and the debut of Microsoft's IE Mobile 6

Microsoft's Internet Explorer Mobile 6 browser is more usable than its predecessor and a better fit with Web-based business apps, but it crashed on complex sites

February 24, 2009

More specialty Linuxes to the rescue

Whether your focus is security, storage, music, or religion, there's a flavor of Linux that fits the bill

February 17, 2009

Test Center: BlackBerry Curve 8900 hits the hotspot with VoIP

RIM's pocket-sized, dual-mode QWERTY handset taps Wi-Fi and IP telephony for clear, unlimited T-Mobile HotSpot calling

February 16, 2009

Test Center: DiVitas' mobile desk phone

DiVitas Mobile Unified Communications taps Wi-Fi and VoIP to marry the mobile smartphone with the company PBX

February 11, 2009

Endpoint security shootout: Five products compete to protect client systems

InfoWorld testing reveals key differences in platform support, security features, and reporting functions among Check Point, McAfee, Sophos, Symantec, and Trend Micro solutions

January 8, 2009

Test Center review: The 21st-century BlackBerry

The BlackBerry Bold updates the old-school QWERTY handset with 3G, Wi-Fi, sumptuous styling, and an amazing little widescreen, but the browser is still lame

December 1, 2008

Microsoft Response Point SP1 fills VoIP major gaps

Upgraded solution enables SMBs to make external calls using SIP

November 26, 2008

Test Center review: AT&T Fuze sparks Windows Mobile

The AT&T-branded HTC Touch Pro smartens up the Windows phone with an expansive touch display, full keypad, and 3-D interface

November 25, 2008

Test Center review: BlackBerry Storm bridges business and lifestyle

The first touchscreen BlackBerry pairs RIM's familiar enterprise strengths with superior ease of use, but Wi-Fi goes missing

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