Intel's data center group will carry the team in the first quarter and beyond. But the real focus should shift to Intel's newly formed business units.
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Google Compute Engine customers need to create new keys in services that use OpenSSL. Meanwhile, Google Search Appliance customers are still waiting for a patch.
Zebra Technologies has reportedly snapped up Motorola Solutions' enterprise unit for $3.5 billion in cash.
Mt. Gox founder Mark Karpeles is "unwilling" to travel in order to attend a US bankruptcy hearing.
Dell's enterprise arm is making leaps and bounds this week with a host of new upgrades intended to boost cloud and datacenter performance.
The National Retail Federation announced an information-sharing platform that's hailed as the first step to establishing cybersecurity continuity in the post-Target era.
Mozilla asserts it is moving full steam ahead following the firestorm that ended with the ouster of Brendan Eich.
But Google is not the only one thought to have been interested in Titan.
The UK-based company Brightwake used Stratasys 3D printed parts to reduce prototyping costs by 96 percent for its blood-recycling machine Hemosep - reiterating the cost efficiencies 3D printing can bring to the prototype process.
The developer preview of Windows Phone 8.1 checks off a lot of boxes, but it unclear whether any of the changes---including the new Cortana voice assistant---will move the adoption needle.