On track with April's planned cloud announcements, Oracle released two enterprise-grade products that it says supports the adoption of hybrid cloud platforms.
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Amazon Web Services, Google Compute Engine, and Microsoft Azure are likely to be the three lead dogs in cloud infrastructure services. Why? Economics, scale, and skills.
Samsung's announcement of a media event in Singapore hints at a new photography-based smartphone.
IBM beefs up SoftLayer's disaster recovery services and infrastructure. The company also said Novitex inked a $10 million SoftLayer deal.
Apple wraps up its testimony, fueling hopes that this trial might really wrap up by the end of the month.
Dropbox experiences some more growing pains, but this time the hubbub concerns privacy and PR versus performance issues.
Because apparently we didn't learn our lesson about 3D on smartphones and tablets, circa 2011.
As of the end of March, Box said its third-party developer base stands at roughly 35,000 and counting.
Facebook's seasonal transparency report is expanding beyond just offering a glimpse at the number of government requests for account information.
The Chinese e-commerce powerhouse already had a 28 percent stake in the mobile-map developer, and has been seeking a full acquisition in order to fold the technology into its platform.