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Mozilla Looking to Go Cross Platform for Development
By Sean Michael Kerner | Features Article Published on September 12, 2014
HTML is supposed to be cross platform, so what not have a cross platform web development tool?
Wearables Hardware a $53B Market by 2019
By Pedro Hernandez | Features Article Published on September 12, 2014
Good news for Apple Watch? Juniper Research predicts that sales of wearables, smartphones in particular, will skyrocket in a scant five years.
How to Choose a Big Data Solution
By James Maguire | Features Article Published on September 09, 2014
A panel of Big Data experts talks about how businesses can select a Big Data solution that best suits their needs.
Apple Dives into Phablets and Wearables with iPhone 6 and Apple Watch
By Pedro Hernandez | Features Article Published on September 09, 2014
Apple unwraps larger-screened iPhones, a mobile payments solution and its long-awaited wearable device, the Apple Watch.
Data Backup: Virtual vs. Conventional
By Christine Taylor | Features Article Published on September 09, 2014
A comparison of virtual backup and conventional backup, including a survey of vendors and a list of key questions to ask.
Does Docker Need an Open Source Foundation? [VIDEO]
By Sean Michael Kerner | Features Article Published on September 04, 2014
Docker founder Solomon Hykes explains his views on whether a third party foundation is needed for the open source container virtualization effort.
Jawbone and Oculus Join Salesforce's Wearables Ecosystem
By Pedro Hernandez | Features Article Published on September 04, 2014
Salesforce Wear, the company's wearable development platform, grows its list of supported devices and gains some major new supporters.
Samsung's Curvy New Galaxy Note Phablet Means Business
By Pedro Hernandez | Features Article Published on September 03, 2014
Samsung's new supersized smartphones, the Galaxy Note Edge and 4, arrive later this year with business-friendly features.
Sony Joins AllSeen Internet of Things Alliance
By Sean Michael Kerner | Features Article Published on September 02, 2014
Consumer electronics giant now part of Linux Foundation Collaboration project effort.
Smartphone Shipments to Hit 1.8 Billion in 2018
By Pedro Hernandez | Features Article Published on August 29, 2014
Growth will come from emerging markets and an unending appetite for low-cost Android devices, says IDC.
Are Docker and VMware Strange Bedfellows?
By James Maguire | Features Article Published on August 28, 2014
Experts weigh in on the Docker-VMware alliance announced this week at VMworld.
Dell Goes Full Steam Ahead on Software-Defined Storage
By David Hill | Features Article Published on August 27, 2014
As SDDC gains momentum, Dell is working full time to earn market share.
Google Brings Chrome 37 Browser to 64-bit Windows
By Sean Michael Kerner | Features Article Published on August 27, 2014
In addition to new features, Google fixes 50 security flaws in its latest browser update.
Is Big Data as a Service in Your Future?
By Andy Patrizio | Features Article Published on August 26, 2014
The latest trend in on-demand service is big data analytics – but what exactly is it?
VMworld Brings New VMware OpenStack, Docker, and Hardware Technologies
By Sean Michael Kerner | Features Article Published on August 25, 2014
VMware kicks off VMworld with a long list of announcement touching nearing every aspect of its business.
Optimizing Virtualization for the Hybrid Cloud
By Christine Taylor | Features Article Published on August 22, 2014
Virtualization is essential to the data center, yet this core technology must be expanded to optimize for hybrid cloud.
Wearables Stoke Privacy Concerns
By Pedro Hernandez | Features Article Published on August 21, 2014
A majority of consumers are wary of about the privacy implications of wearable devices and the data they collect.
HP Grows PC Business on Windows XP Refresh
By Sean Michael Kerner | Features Article Published on August 21, 2014
Who says the PC is dead? HP reports third quarter 2014 earnings with a surprising uptick in the PC business unit.
When Customer Dissatisfaction Is a Tech Business Model
By Mike Elgan | Features Article Published on August 20, 2014
Moves by Twitter, Facebook, Comcast and other companies suggest that abusing and harassing users pays big.
IBM-Lenovo x86 Server Deal Gets U.S. Government OK
By Pedro Hernandez | Features Article Published on August 19, 2014
The sale of IBM's x86 server business to Lenovo takes a major step closer to completion.