With the Geode debut, Pivotal is reiterating promises it made in February to open source certain core components of its big data portfolio.
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The work that Riak company Basho has put into the NoSQL database's write speeds appears to have paid off with its 2.1 iteration.
Nexus devices and now a few Google Play Edition phones and tablets are getting the software which adds features for both consumers and enterprises.
Zero Day Weekly: Cyber national emergency, GitHub and Slack nailed, Android malware less than 1 percent
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending April 3, 2015. Covers enterprise, controversies, application and mobile security, malware, reports and more.
The two companies claim their new technology offers up to three times the density of other 3D NAND competitors, with full production ramping up later this year.
You can order the latest Android flagships today. Matthew Miller was leaning toward the Galaxy S6 Edge, but then he took a closer look at his options.
News this week in Android covered a luxury Tag Heuer smartwatch, Google fixes a nasty memory leak in Android 5.1, and get a 2-in-1 for as little as $39.
Google has fixed a severe memory leak issue affecting the latest version of Android 5.0 Lollipop.
Android 5.1 factory images for Nexus 5, 7, and 10 devices are now available to download directly from Google.
Version 5.1 doesn't bring a colossal wave of changes, but it does make a bit more out of what you've already got.
Solid State Drives - SSDs - are a product of convenience, not good architecture. Storage systems need to be re-architected to achieve the highest performance of NAND flash and, soon, byte-addressable non-volatile memory. Here's an example.
Samsung has announced that it has begun production of its new Universal Flash Storage chips, which the company claims have a random reading speed up to 28 times faster than external memory cards.
Google will start selling its Android One handsets in the Philippines next month, marking the sixth nation it's brought the low-priced devices to.
Google has quietly released Android 5.1 "Lollipop," which means that updates will be winging their way to Nexus owners soon. Everyone else, well, don't hold your breath.
The flash memory maker beat Wall Street expectations for the fourth quarter, but its chief executive wanted better results.
HTC promised timely updates with its HTC Advantage program and stays true to its promises as the Lollipop update hits the street.
Microsoft has unveiled two new Lumia smartphones that come in below the $100 mark, including the Lumia 435, its cheapest smartphone to date.
CyanogenMod has released its first ROM for devices with a MediaTek processor, targeting Google's Android One devices in a push for the next billion smartphone owners.
The latest Google Play Store operating systems results are in and after six weeks out Lollipop hasn't even reached 0.1 percent of users yet.
Toshiba's SSHD range features second-generation NAND flash memory to improve performance levels.
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