Database company co-founded by relational database pioneer says it offers consistency, availability and partition tolerance. Oh, and SQL too.
Should Twitter moderate discussions and trending topics according to local laws? Recent issues in France have sparked a serious debate.
The UK may have had a head start on graphene research, but it lags other countries in terms of the number of patents held. Can new funding help it tap the benefits of the so-called 'wonder material'?
Microsoft takes the official wraps off its newest version of its Windows Intune management service and its System Center 2012 platform for managing Microsoft and non-Microsoft mobile devices.
Rapid trends in collaboration and business networking are driving innovation and new social interactions, so BriefingsDirect invited a Harvard Kennedy School researcher and a chief strategist at business network provider Ariba to explore the ramifications.
A Google-backed wind power transmission line proposed to run under the seabed from New Jersey to Virginia will begin its first $1.3 billion leg in New Jersey.
I still have an unlimited data plan on Verizon and am enjoying unfettered LTE. There are many reasons that my Verizon SIM lives in the Droid DNA instead of my iPhone 5 and this gallery shows the top 15 reasons.
Much anticipated, Fedora 18, otherwise known as 'Spherical Cow' has finally arrived - here's what to expect.
The latest version of the enterprise-scale email, calendar, contact and task management suite has been made available.
BlackBerry 10 has not yet hit the market but Metaforic has readied its app protection and strengthening system for business customers ahead of its arrival at the end of January.
Under intolerable legal pressure, brilliant, but depressed, hacker and Internet freedom advocate Aaron Swartz took his own life. We should strive to prevent this from happening to anyone else.
The German software giant also said its fourth-quarter operating profit rose by 10 percent, but the firm was less profitable than it was in 2011.
If you followed security experts' advice and manually updated Java this week to fix a critical vulnerability, you might have gotten more than you asked for. Oracle probably makes tens of millions of dollars a year from crapware, and big venture capitalists see it as a growth business.
HTC continues to make solidly designed smartphones and the new One SV on Cricket is awesome. I love the orange color and compelling service options from Cricket.
The age of the hybrid is here. A hybrid is a mobile device that functions as both a laptop and a tablet. Sadly, they aren't very good to use as a tablet.
UBS has put a number on Surface RT sales - it's definitely a slow start for the Microsoft tablet, but possibly better than some analysts expected.
The EMV specification for "chip and PIN" cards is used for credit-card processing and ATMs around the world, but it is relatively new to U.S. markets.
The deal will see Cray provide two super-computers to Germany's National Meteorological Service, along with two data storage units.