Efforts to boost the Gear 2 ecosystem include the Samsung Gear App Challenge, where developers could win cash prizes equating to $1.25 million.
In a Q&A session, Phil Gerskovich, SVP of New Growth Platforms at Zebra talks about the Internet of Things, the acquisition of Motorola, and how Android-based rugged devices fit in.
In Germany, privacy concerns mean an increase in data security centres in the country and interest from international companies.
Which streets offer speeds 30 times slower than Britain's average of 17.8Mbps?
The Chicago based company is thriving and it has grand ambitions...yet few have heard of it.
How can long-established enterprise IT vendors adapt to a world where nimble startups provide low-cost easy-to-use services? They can't. They will die.
Employees used a gamut of tools to communicate, ranging from SMS, Gmail, and Yahoo services. Hersing is now benefiting from migrating to a cloud-based collaboration tool with low upfront cost and easy scalability.
'What is defined as greenfield is really just a grain of sand on an island of technology that still needs to integrate into the greater organization.'
The next release of Ubuntu will be dubbed utopic unicorn as the project looks to refresh itself after its long-term support 14.04 release last week.
New research by Akamai shows that Australia's has one of the slowest internet speeds in the world in comparison to a number of other countries.
Telstra has signed a multimillion dollar broadband security services deal with Mako Networks, representing the cloud-based security company’s largest contract in the Australian market.
Can wearable computing be saved when its users are Glassholes?
Optus Satellite has inked a three-year wholesale deal with New Zealand internet provider, Wireless Nation, to deliver satellite broadband services to customers across the county.
The tool aims to enable prospective users to objectively assess the operational, performance and other critical capabilities offered by different cloud providers in an objective framework.
iPhone sales are up, but iPad growth crumbled. Apple CEO Tim Cook explained more on its earnings call. Cook also explained the firm's greater push to reach the enterprise.
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