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Video clips of pornography and nudity are circulating through Twitter and Vine. Is it a case of "If you build it, they will come" or great PR driving extra downloads of Vine?
As the largest single consumer of energy in the world, the U.S. Department of Defense has a vested interest in investing in sources that allow it to curb its reliance on foreign nations.
The 451 Group's TheInfoPro recently released the Server and Virtualization Study, Wave 12. Peter ffoulkes, of TheInfoPro, stopped by to review the findings of the study. It is clear that the majority of those surveyed have moved towards a converged infrastructure. Adding automation and orchestration remain.
A school report-style appraisal of Oracle's activities in the cloud shows a pupil with plenty of promise rather than a star of the class.
The South Korean electronics giant plans to continue investment in China by expanding its manufacturing facilities in Kunshan.
Once you decide what you want from a cloud, figuring out which kind you need is easy.
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Southeast Asian minnow requires investors who can look beyond mid-term losses and have a strong talent pool with technical know-how to help with liberalizing and regulating its telecoms market.
When Marc Andreessen speaks, Silicon Valley takes notice. There are good lessons for enterprise generally but will they listen?
Germany's biggest telco has signed a letter of intent with Fon, and is thought to be ready to invest in the company, reports say.
While honeypots are still the widely used tactic to mislead and "bait" hackers, organizations are moving toward the use of newer technologies that can trace and deceive cybercriminals.
RIM will automatically slash the price of the cheapest apps by up to 25 percent as the launch of its next OS, BlackBerry 10, looms.
The tech giant is throwing its weight behind measures that would restrict governmental access to digital communication.
Faced with rising cyberattack numbers and becoming the target of Anonymous heckling, the Pentagon has decided to boost its cybersecurity team.
New study from HfS Research and KPMG International finds few plans to cut back on outsourcing any time soon; more IT, finance and HR to be contracted out.
Manufacturers are increasingly banking on the potential of hybrid tablets, but there will be still a preference for separate devices.
Indian carriers are expected to gain 48.9 million new subscribers by 2014, thanks to their emphasis on rural areas which currently has a tele-density of only 40.6 percent.