The partnership plays into Dell's larger open networking initiative, which steps away from the traditional networking switch model.
Forrester ups its public cloud value forecast by a fifth of the original forecast from 2011, but the research firm warns there are still a number of barriers to consider.
Microsoft is retiring its SQL Web and Business cloud-database service tiers in April 2015 and replacing them with new Basic, Standard and Premium ones.
LinkedIn already has a few familiar names signed up for Content Partners, including The Atlantic and Bloomberg.
Square is setting up shop on one of the most retail-heavy streets in Manhattan. The payments provider also plans to add more than 300 new jobs in the area.
Scheduled to be enforced by the end of the year, Internet service providers will need to disclose all "relevant information" and policies for governing networks.
Former CIA CTO Gus Hunt explained one of the primary reasons why the U.S. intelligence agency contracted Amazon in a $600 million deal to create its private cloud.
Moves, made by the Finnish startup ProtoGeo Oy, thrusts Facebook into the fitness-tracking market. The app has been downloaded more than 4 million times by Apple and Android users.
Writing's on the wall for single-factor, password-based authentication on the Internet, Verizon report says.
In the wake of the Heartbleed OpenSSL security disaster, The Linux Foundation has brought together both open-source supporters and companies better known for proprietary software to fund mission-critical open-source projects.
Microsoft may be poised to launch its long-rumored Surface Mini tablet in May.
As part of the US giant it may be tempting for Nokia to focus on chasing success in its new home market. But if it wants to be the 'devices plus services' giant of tomorrow, it needs to be looking elsewhere.
After its release on the iPad last year, Opera has brought its touch-friendly browser to Apple smartphones too.
An Australian National University researcher has accidentally uncovered a cheap way to turn a smartphone into a high-resolution microscope.
The company says the new tablet PCs, which start at $5,299, exceed the typical ruggedized standards and feature improved sunlight-readable displays.
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