The disruptive social cloud of people and data that is today's Internet has created all new business possibilities. Speakers at Oracle #CloudWorld this week explored how enterprises can organize better to take advantage of these opportunities.
On this week's Technolatte podcast, the Australian team looks at Sir Tim Berners-Lee's comments on the NBN, Transport for New South Wales' hot house for train apps, the federal election and what it means for the NBN, and BlackBerry 10.
Microsoft officials say an email sent to some of its Most Valuable Professionals about the company's waning commitment to the DirectX multimedia interface was a mistake.
Earlier this month, BahrainWatch.org was contacted by an UAE activist, who reported receiving a suspicious email. Upon deeper examination, it was revealed that it was a targeted attack relying on a Java exploit, which would have dropped a Remote Access Trojan (RAT), if the attack wasn't detected.
Apple bought more than a dozen user interface-related patents, some of which are raising speculation about future changes to iCloud.
Microsoft has made available for download a first test build of Visual Studio 2012 Update 2, its second major feature update to last year's VS 2012 tool suite.
Portable storage media, which includes USB flash drives, SD or micro-SD cards (and the devices which contain them) or external hard drive units, can allow employees to access or back up business data both...
NetSuite CEO Zach Nelson took aim at rivals Microsoft and SAP and noted "more large enterprises moved to the cloud."
Beijing's worsening smog problem has compelled residents to download apps that monitor air quality at a rate of tens of thousands each day.
Scientists have figured out how to use DNA as a way to store data.
Both Fedora and openSUSE will be replacing Oracle's MySQL with its open-source fork--MariaDB.
Rolling Stone released a digital edition of its eponymous magazine for the iPad and iPhone this month but print subscribers are irked that they have to pay full price to get it.
Apple and Facebook have stocked up their data centers with solid state flash storage and have paused spending, but Fusion-io should be able to diversify its customer base.
Marketing and PR often measures useless things. Can you imagine the train wreck if they get control of large pieces of IT budgets?
The challenges in delivering extremely high-definition content over the Internet is not an issue of display cost, it's the limitations of our existing broadband infrastructure.
Organizations are going to the cloud in droves, but job descriptions are still lacking.
Braintree is aiming to simplify the mobile payments process for users with just one tap, which could mean more money for businesses.
Facebook’s revenue is up but its profits are down according to its Q4 financial results. It exceeded analysts predictions but its share price fell. Will its mobile ad revenue live up to expectations?
After one of the world's most famous newspapers points the finger at Symantec for failing to protect its network against a four-month long Chinese cyberattack, the security firm returns fire.