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Technology is riding higher than ever in the U.S. tech hub. Next door? Tent cities.
Google's attempt at crowd sourcing location information in India is being investigated.
Microsoft is honing its public-cloud pitch, appealing to enterprise users, just ahead of its annual management conference.
Think Tegra is only for smartphones and tablets? Think again! New third-party drivers — which have been developed both with Nvidia's blessing and assistance — will help to give the platform a foot in the server room door.
When Marty Cooper called his rival 40-years ago, he knew he had something good, but no clue aout how good. Here's the good, the bad and the ugly models in cell phone history.
Accenture is banking big time on hybrid cloud environments while also anticipating higher demand and favor for the public cloud.
IBM Introduces its new BLU architecture, continuing the convergence of relational, columnar, distributed, and variant schema database approaches.
As is with most cases, "classified information" — the alternative buzzword for "national security" — is cited as the reason why the controversial "privacy killer" CISPA will be amended in secret. But it's OK; it's only people's privacy at risk here.
A tale of two Microsoft updates: Windows 7 RTM version is on its way out (support-wise), while the latest update for Visual Studio 2012 is on its way in, downloadable now.
Google bands together with BlackBerry and Red Hat as it continues its offensive to defend itself against patent suits.
Facebook Home could be the long attempted Facebook phone for India.
The 16GB Wi-Fi only version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 tablet is now available to buy in the UK, with a mobile data-equipped model set to follow along shortly.
HTC needs to market their fantastic HTC One device and with the Live Experience Tour it looks like they are starting off on the right foot. They will also need carriers to support the HTC One in stores.
Fujifilm recently announced that it was ending production of its most popular line of motion picture film products. The more than 100 year reign of the modern storage medium is slowly ending.
HTC is making a fully SIM unlocked high-end HTC One available for developers and smartphone enthusiasts like me, and it's priced less than many other high-end smartphones, without contract.
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