Netgear ReadyData 52009.3 - Excellent
Sublime Text 3.30599.1 - Excellent
Dell XPS 15 Touch9.0 - Excellent
Riverbed Granite 2.58.9 - Very Good
February 24, 2011

InfoWorld review: Windows Small Business Server 2011 shines

Microsoft's affordable bundle of Exchange, SharePoint, easy remote access, and integrated management continues to be a great platform on which to build a small business

January 25, 2011

Microsoft WebMatrix is a mixed bag

Microsoft's free and easy Web development tool for noncoders has some nice features, as well as irksome shortcomings

December 22, 2010

RHEL 6 is built, and priced, for big shops

Latest iteration of Red Hat's iconic Linux distribution offers some shops a substantial upgrade and, for others, a fork in the road

November 24, 2010

First look: Office 365 beta shows promise but lacks polish

Microsoft's cloud productivity suite has big ambitions, but feels poorly integrated and may leave admins wanting more

November 17, 2010

HoneyPoint: A honeypot for Windows, Linux, or Mac OS X

HoneyPoint Security Server combines multiplatform support, unique features, and limitations

November 3, 2010

InfoWorld preview: WebMatrix ramps up ASP.Net development

Microsoft combines all-in-one installation, a gallery of templates, and coding shortcuts to speed dev and deployment of Windows-based websites

November 1, 2010

Internet Explorer 9 closes the HTML5 gap

IE9 Platform Preview 6 gains on Google Chrome and Firefox with big improvements in HTML5 compatibility and JavaScript performance

October 29, 2010

New MacBook Air: The best ever

Apple's spectacularly responsive new MacBook Air is the best Air yet -- and might be the best MacBook, period

October 19, 2010

Top 10 specialty Web browsers you may have missed

These oddly useful alternative browsers offer such advantages as 3-D searching, social networking, easy scriptability, and powerful page manipulation

October 4, 2010

10 great free desktop productivity tools that aren't OpenOffice.org

These free and open source applications for Windows, Linux, and Mac desktops put power into the hands of users without taking from their wallets

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