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Microsoft is making available its first public preview of HDInsight, the Hadoop big-data framework on Windows Azure technology it is developing with Hortonworks.
Apple must see the Samsung 4S as a real threat as it sets its publicity machine in full blast to tell why the iPhone 5 is better than its new rival.
Known for a resilient library that survived the 2011 earthquake in Japan, architect Toyo Ito is awarded one of design's highest honors.
Facebook's move to launch a temporary engineering base in Canada possibly reflects the CEO's support for hiring more highly-skilled immigrants.
We've all heard about Google's famously fantastical offices, with free food and massages and colorful decor. Do such details play a role in innovation -- or are they more about fun?
Gigabyte's new 'supercomputer server', the GS-R22PHL, is the first 2U server to offer a total of eight dual-slot cards. When kitted out with a full complement of GPGPU and co-processor cards, it is a powerful number-crunching machine.
New cloud-collaboration tools from Avaya ease the way for enterprises to deal with the growing trend toward Bring You Own Device.
T-Mobile is starting to enable LTE on existing devices with new devices soon rolling out with support for their newest network upgrade. The Note II update is appearing on devices now.
Cloud is a compelling proposition, but most business leaders are nervous about security and reliability. Here's a way to calm those nerves.
Bloomberg has already banned smoking in most public places. But is he going too far in wanting to prohibit stores from displaying cigarettes?
Tibco's data exploration tool also adds new visualizations, a free developer edition of its R runtime, nipping at Tableau and QlikTech's heels.
Nvidia compared Sony's upcoming PS4 games console to a PC with a low-end CPU and a low- to mid-range GPU. Should consumers be worried, or is Nvidia just smarting from losing the contract to rival AMD?
Cheaper electricity could power a wave of new datacentres in the US to the detriment of costly Europe.
Microsoft is starting to push Windows 7 SP1 to Windows 7 users via Windows Update, ahead of the early April end-of-support date for the RTM version of the product.
The mobile world is changing due to the spread of fast LTE to populated areas. The utility provided by an 'everywhere' connection has changed my purchase preferences.
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