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- Principal CIO tells how large enterprises use cloud for agility and bursting
- How the cloud is enabling real-time data and IoT at Ford
- Video: CXOs sound off on the critical challenges facing IoT, big data, and the cloud
- Video: CXOs see big opportunities at the intersection of IoT, big data, and the cloud
- Ending life of BYOD products
On this week's Technolatte podcast, the Australian team discusses Bitcoin, hand holding for the cloud and comparing the NBN to the rest of the world.
South Korean electronics giant expects to post an operating profit of 8.7 trillion won in the first quarter of the new fiscal year, which is a 52.9 percent increase from 2012.
As a Facebook hater, you might find it unsurprising that I also hate 'Home' but it goes deeper than a hate for Facebook alone. It goes all the way back to AOL of the mid-90s.
If you are making the choice between a locally-based cloud vendor or going with a co-location provider in Australia, ZDNet's list of Australian-based vendors should help you on your way.
With a little more than a month to go ahead of Google I/O, the Internet giant is sprucing up Compute Engine.
F5 Networks and Compuware will fall short of expectations. Was the first calendar quarter a blip in IT spending or something worse?
HP turns over its board as investors are still seething over the Autonomy acquisition debacle.
Intuit is making Mint, its popular online personal finance service, available to your bank or credit union. Just how much longer will Quicken stick around as a standalone PC application?
Audi wants to introduce variable headlights that will adjust based on surroundings and road conditions, but needs a decades-old U.S. law to change first.
Facebook Home is an Android overlay that aims to create a software package that takes over messaging, key communications and runs like "system software not an app you run."
Bill Gates and Paul Allen reconstruct a photo from Microsoft's early days in 1981.
Facebook's Home isn't revolutionary. It's just another way to siphon more personal data away from users.
Microsoft built Windows 8 around the new touch user interface, but it seems that consumers are quite attached to their keyboards and mice.
The screenshots of Facebook Home look nifty, but how useful (or necessary) is it actually in practice?
It's increasing looking like those with ARM-based Windows devices might get the option to put Microsoft's Outlook RT on them, after all.
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- 1 ZDNet Cloud TV: Hurdles to overcome (highlights)
- 2 Perfectly legal ways you can still get Windows 7 cheap (or even free)
- 3 34 ways to improve your iPhone's battery life
- 4 How much does an iPhone 6 really cost? (Hint: It's way more than $199)
- 5 So you have an app idea and want to make a bajillion bucks