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You were likely pinged at some point last year by an illegal and secretive botnet that acted as the world's largest port scanner and, as part of an internet census, found 1.2 million devices that failed to change their default passwords.
In around five years, Echo Entertainment is looking forward to putting its entire IT environment into the cloud, according to the casino management company's CTO Rob James.
Lower-income jobs may be in the highest supply since the 2007-09 recession, but Americans remain unconvinced that things are improving.
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Mobile operators are working feverishly to upgrade their networks to LTE, and the main reason has nothing to do with consumer download speeds.
China's Suntech declares bankruptcy.
How much do some of the U.S. military's programs truly cost?
The voluntary code makes participating electronic payment providers such as banks follow a list of rules that will provide more protection for consumers, including developing a regime to deal with mistaken internet payments.
Land or sea is no problem to the Salamandra Robotica II.
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Crowd Supply launches today, providing financing, online selling, shipping.
While electric vehicles like Teslas are slowly gaining traction, is there a place for the pedal-powered car?
EMC is adding an enterprise version of its Syncplicity file sharing platform on top of the existing personal and business editions.
Nike is looking to improve the sustainability of its supply chain. Here's how.
India has certainly proven its might in terms of global outsourcing. But is the technology-savvy South Asian nation keeping pace with other countries' startup cultures?
Despite recent pledges to restructure the software trade body's mindset and direction, the next 18-member executive council comprises largely the same faces from local and foreign tech multinationals.