Red Hat and Hortonworks aim to integrate products to boost the use of Apache Hadoop.
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Quad-core. ARM. HSPA+. And other acronyms as well.
Version 4.0 of RetailNext's in-store analytics platform includes gender demographics, employee detection and full-floor heat maps.
In support of a reformed U.S. immigration bill, tech firms in Silicon Valley have stepped up lobbying efforts.
In order to cut costs, U.S. employees of IBM from management to entry-level have been made redundant.
Point goes to Dish over Sprint on this round, but is it game over yet?
If you have a mobile app, now is the time to pitch it to Yahoo.
Unfortunately for Big Blue and its employees, this just marks yet another round of layoffs -- one of several in the last few years.
The warranty has been tweaked to accommodate consumer groups' concerns in Belgium, France, and Germany.
Taking a cue from jury verdict proceedings, British Airways is taking some of Silicon Valley's best and brightest minds to the clouds to brainstorm during a Transatlantic flight.