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Restful and stateless will begin to define enterprise identity next year as social IDs, mobile devices, cloud services and modern day Web and development protocols move in and force changes.
One Chinese Web monitoring organization warns that China, during the country's Party Congress 'elections,' may be blocking access to the company's products.
Investors express concern that Google's SQL database play will impact Oracle's ability to grow its database business. IBM and SAP may also feel the effects.
A cloud-based version of Apache OpenOffice being worked on could extend the productivity suite to mobile devices.
A Cisco executive, who also happens to be a former CIA operations officer, is on the hunt for someone who leaked an internal memo.
For a week, I relied on Nokia's flagship Windows Phone 8 handset as my only phone. Here's where the Lumia 920 struggled to live up to its promise.
VMware is aiming to get SMBs onboard with its cloud and virtualization platforms through a live, online crash course.
A 'small number' of Microsoft Surface customers have found a split in the Touch Cover keyboard despite having them for under two weeks.
Apple's Fusion Drive brings Mac users the best of both worlds -- terabyte storage capacities with the performance of a solid state drive.
Microsoft has taken the wraps off its cloud-compilation architecture for Windows Phone. Here's how it works.
The operator, the first to launch a 4G network in the UK, has delayed the introduction of its SIM-only 4G data plans, saying it needs more time to carry out testing.
The dotcom boom and subsequent bust is entering the annals of history. This is an entertaining, if discursive, account of one former luminary's rise and fall.
Nokia has pinned its hopes on Windows Phone 8 and its new flagship handsets, the Lumia 920 and Lumia 820. I spent a week using the Lumia 920 as my only phone - read on to find out where it shines.
Apple just released QuickTime 7.7.3 for Windows, patching critical security vulnerabilities that could allow arbitrary code execution.
Well-known desktop CPU cooling vendor Asetek takes it's cooling to the energy efficient datacenter
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