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Microsoft's CEO says that Windows Phone 8 will become a strong third player in the smartphone marketplace.
Scheduled to occur just one week after Hurricane Sandy devastated the Northeast, will the American presidential election be able to go forward on time? ZDNet Government's David Gewirtz shares his analysis.
The banking group's 'technology incident' back in June has now cost a total of £175m, much of which has taken the form of compensation payments to affected customers of NatWest, RBS and Ulster Bank.
RIM has updated its nearly year-and-a-half-old tablet to include mobile data connectivity. But will the device be able to cut it up against newer, faster 4G devices?
Service providers are now focusing on getting the fundamentals right, such as offering low latency and zero disconnections, but further innovation will require more developers and venture firms to come onboard.
Enterprise applications haven't innovated as much as their consumer counterparts. Employee expectations based on consumer tech experiences are going to change that.
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A report suggests that the new PlayStation 4 development kit being sent to developers has an AMD A10 APU at its heart. Could the games console market breathe new life into the flagging chip maker?
These professionals help organizations identify human vulnerabilities in their network systems and finetune security development, but effectiveness depends on their level of technical expertise.
While Apple continues to dominate the growing tablet market, Samsung is making a play with their Android competitors. Asus also did well thanks to the Google Nexus 7 launched earlier this year.
AMD has released a range of quad-core, 8-core, 12-core and 16-core processors featuring its second-generation 'Piledriver' modular core architecture which are designed as a drop-in replacement for 'Bulldozer' Opteron parts.
Acer has remarked that Microsoft needs to learn that the "hardware meal" is tough to eat.
The company says the shift in policy will introduce greater transparency in the way it handles copyright takedown requests.
While worldwide tablet shipments rest ultimately on Apple's shoulders -- for now -- Android is making in-roads with its vast array of supported devices and manufacturers.
The social network has temporarily turned off a feature that let people log into their accounts simply by clicking a link in an email, after some emails containing such links were found online.
micro USB is the standard for most smartphones, ebook readers, and other small devices, but Apple likes to play its own game. Thankfully, there is a new adapter to turn all those micro USB cables into Lightning cables.
An analyst has suggested that Apple needs a new product roadmap, and soon.