Cloudera's service will make it easier to run and pay for Hadoop and Spark jobs running on its distribution in the cloud.
Cisco and KPMG have partnered on an end-to-end framework for smart cities comprising advisory, support, and operations services alongside the provision technology.
All this time, a rather simple Twitter bug could have caused chaos on the platform.
Worldwide smartphone sales climbed 9.1 percent to 380 million units in first-quarter 2017, driven by Chinese vendors such as Huawei and Oppo offering competitive price-points for feature-packed phones.
Tens of millions of dollars in backpay are owed to Uber drivers in New York, Hong Kong is cracking down on the service, and one Australian state is softening its laws on the ride-hailing service.
Vodafone will launch live nationwide NB-IoT networks across New Zealand and Germany in the second half of the year, along with a staged rollout across Australia following its launch across six Spanish cities in January.
WannaCry has heightened awareness of the need to ensure enterprise systems are up to date. With automated cloud-based portals, users can handle updates without calling upon overtaxed IT resources.
With money tight thanks to the end of the mining boom, the end-goal of the government of Western Australia's GovNext-ICT initiative is to rid the state of any IT infrastructure ownership.
AlphaGo strikes again as Google's Go-playing AI has bested the world's top player Ke Jie in China after defeating the Korean champion last year.
Telstra's mobile blackspot program collocation specifications involved prohibitive cost and technical barriers, according to Vodafone, which prevented carriers from being able to share infrastructure.
Collecting energy from a person's movement has the potential to use walking as an authentication option, the CSIRO has said.