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Version 2.0 of the Couchbase Server NoSQL database reaches GA, adds document store capabilities to the product's key-value store roots.
CSC has agreed to sell Paxus, its Australian IT staffing unit, to employment services firm Adcorp.
Mozilla has released a Firefox OS 1.0 simulator in order to give developers a chance to start building apps for the platform ahead of its release on mobile devices next year; it has also changed the way its desktop browser deals with new private browsing windows or tabs.
European job seekers may have to pick at the remains of the recruitment industry, but in an ideal world, which tech firms are the most attractive?
The music industry body, which found its previous request for the proxy's closure rebuffed, is now preparing to take the matter to the courts.
HP is serving up pay-per-use managed networking technologies to service providers to encourage them to tap HP tech for their clouds.
Watching Microsoft's Program Manager for the Windows User Experience, Jensen Harris, tell the story of Windows 8's UI design has a little of that disaster movie feel.
The 'gold' version of the software development kit is now out, allowing developers to finalise their applications before the platform comes out early next year.
Conventional ways of distributing power to data centers via utility grids are no longer enough to provide the required energy to support ongoing IT trends such as smarter mobile devices and information-hungry apps.
White label phonemakers are relying on faster speed-to-market, ability to customize devices, and serving the underserved consumer segments to fend off competition from established smartphone players.
The big picture here is that the U.S. is looking like a more feasible manufacturing locale for tech as emerging market costs surge.
The major updates to Adobe's cloud-based design suite were revealed at the company's Create Now event. For enterprise customers, the new features bring centralised management and collaborative capabilities.
Search giant said the service did not produce the impact as expected, and the closure comes three months after it also shut its China-only music download service.
Country takes a major step toward financial inclusion with the launch of Saral Money, enabling the common man to open and operate an "instant" bank account through micro-ATMs.
GlobalFoundries chief executive said that Asia is "rolling out the red carpet" for chip manufacturers, while Europe is ultimately losing out in much-needed investment as a result.