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U.S. Department of Transportation proposes mandate for black boxes in all vehicles by Sept. 1, 2014.
The U.S. has just announced that, "U.S. cannot sign revised telecommunications regulations in their current form."
Amazon's Kindle Fire and Microsoft's Surface tablets haven't done enough to excite enough app developers just yet, based on a new report.
Oracle said that the acquisition will help it provide analytics for utilities investing in smart meter infrastructure and other devices.
Data scientists and journalists like those of us at ZDNet aren't all that different. Both require collecting data to weave narratives, Greylock Partners' D.J. Patil says.
Once you decide what you want from a cloud, figuring out which kind you need is easy.
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Oracle's enhanced open source database will be ready for general availability in early 2013 and the company is working on a future version with a pluggable UI, more NoSQL options and revamped architecture for web and cloud computing,
Enterprise tech business leaders debate about who is controlling IT changes more: the CIOs or the employees?
As of February 2013, Microsoft's Live Mesh PC-sync service will be no more. SkyDrive is its replacement.
Looking to make money out of Windows Store apps? The support is in the platform, but the ways you have to make money are woefully easy to circumvent...
Rather than moaning about Windows 8, here are two downloads that make the user interface a lot more usable and bring back features that Microsoft decided to remove.
Here is the second installment of the final "Hardware 2.0" Best Kit Lists for 2012, looking at GPUs, hard drives, and solid state drives in the extreme, mainstream, and budget price categories.
What's an Xserve user to do when he needs a dense, rack mounted OS X solution?
The release of Samba 4 will no doubt cut into Windows server business somewhat, but its interoperability capabilities will ease administrative and vendor support costs and preserve Windows servers and clients in the long run as open source transforms enterprise computing
The news has been filled with stories of high-profile breaches in cyber security at large businesses. The hacking has caused havoc on a variety of levels, compromising bank accounts, embarrassing corporate...
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The Los Angeles-based startup, which makes nutritious beverages for the fitness-conscious, has cut report processing time, reduced data entry errors and accelerated reimbursements by using ExpenseCloud.
The identity of the most power-hungry item in your home may surprise you, but it probably is in your living room.