A little NSA encryption makes the Presidential PDA A-OK.
Hey are you the kind of person who opens the oven after it's been on for a while so that you don't waste the heat? Ever wonder why your dishwasher really needs to run for an entire hour?
They sure don't make 'em like they used to.That's something I often say when my friends and I--people in our mid-30s now--talk about the younger generation.
The head of engineering from high-speed memory company Rambus has jumped shipped to join Green Plug, which is plugging (pun intended) technology for universal power adapters that work across a range of consumer electronics and computing devices.Kevin Jones, who becomes Green Plug's vice president of engineering, has experience in systems design and validation.
There are those that say that pets resemble their owners. In my case, it couldn't be further from the truth -- I'm the proud owner of two miniature poodles.
Oh, I am looking forward to Mobile World Congress this year. Not only will I be fondling the new Palm in my, erm, palm, but there will probably be a good few Android devices knocking about.
Hybrid cloud technology is becoming a standard model for many modern enterprises, but the terminology can be difficult to fathom. This glossary of 25 hybrid cloud terms will help you gain an understanding...
The company has said it is closing two factories and aims to consolidate, with up to 6,000 jobs affected
Overclockers.co.uk has offered a £10k reward for assistance in convicting those responsible for a sustained distributed-denial-of-service attack on the site
£340m BT writedown puts NPfIT deals under the microscope
Freedom of Information requests sent out to government departments have revealed a widespread lack of policies for making sure citizens' data is kept accurate and up to date
Mary Jo Foley, over at All About Microsoft, is reporting that Microsoft is searching for people in several countries who might be interested in trying Windows 7 on a lower-power PC. The countries include: Chile, Egypt, Lebanon, Brazil, Jordan and India.
As the first round of tech-sector financial results for 2009 unfold, it seems a bleak January for the technology industry — but with one ray of light
Poor sales in China, the Middle East and Africa prompt analysts to call on Nokia to introduce more 'iconic' high-end smartphones
Silicon Valley chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices reported a fourth quarter net loss of $1.4 billion, or $2.
The companies say they will deliver desktop virtualisation based on Intel's vPro and the Xen hypervisor
Microsoft has put out feelers among the beta-testing community for individuals in a number of countries outside the U.S. who'd be interested in trying Windows 7 on lower-power PCs. It's not clear whether Microsoft's Windows team is interested in testing a new netbook-specific SKU of Windows 7 or perhaps something more like Windows 7 Starter Edition
The Cambridge company known for enterprise search believes purchase of the US software maker will strengthen its compliance reach
'We are not immune', says Ballmer, as 5,000 job losses are announced amid disappointing revenues