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The networking vendor's managing director talks about the technology he relies on when flying overseas.
Samsung is set to start making its Exynos 5 Octa and other chipmakers aren't far behind, even though few apps are designed to really take advantage of many-core processors. The real reason mobile chipmakers are pushing eight cores may simply be because they can.
UPDATED: The C-level suite is reportedly now complete at Facebook with the appointment of a new chief technical officer.
With new Linksys products promised to roll out this spring, Belkin's focus for the unit is going to center around networking solutions for mobile devices and smart homes.
GreenPages, which generates about $130 million in annual revenue, boasts elite virtualization credentials and cloud consulting skills.
It's fun to see highlight videos automatically created on the HTC One, but don't overlook the ease of use and powerful customization options of creating highlight videos on BlackBerry 10 devices.
Samsung's roadmap to completely obscure the fact it uses Google's OS is almost complete. Samsung Phone will be coming soon to a smartphone and tablet near you.
Dropbox's purchase of Mailbox offers another glimpse at the cloud company's evolving mobile strategy.
As far as Dave Winer, one of RSS's creators, is concerned, Google turning off Google Reader isn't a big deal. The potential for Google to control the news flow is what he finds worrisome.
One seasoned data scientist offers his take on the challenges organisations face when they take their first steps into the world of big data.
The newest release of Microsoft's BizTalk enterprise-integration server is set to arrive on April price lists with a new per-core licensing model attached.
Rather than being captive employees, IT professionals are owners of their own individual brands, 'and sometimes lend out their brand to a large organization'
Based on a new report, there could be a bidding war in the process over the cloud and web hosting business, SoftLayer.
Huawei has unveiled a BYOD product for the enterprise built on the AnyOffice mobile client.
Fake industrial control systems set up test the vulnerability of internet connected critical national infrastructure came under sustained attack, with the majority of attacks originating in China.
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