The company transplants its vertically stacked flash memory breakthrough from its enterprise drives to SSDs for home use, with a starting price of $100 for the 120GB model.
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The European Commission is putting together a toolbox for search engines dealing with complaints about right to be forgotten requests, to make sure there's a common approach across Europe.
News Corp. CEO Robert Thomson has become Google's nemesis in Europe and is lobbying to stem the search giant's abuse of its dominance.
The EC's long-running antitrust investigation into Google's search business in Europe looks set to run some more.
The company claims improved performance thanks to Intel's new Xeon Haswell-EP processors and support for up to 1TB of DDR4 memory.
Invigor Group has acquired Search Results Group, worth AU$5.8 million, as its next step of transforming the company into a digital solutions group.
Few if any of Google's rivals support its European antitrust search proposal and it now has one more critic from the US: Yelp.
Lower court in China rules against Apple and says a Chinese company has the patent over a similar intelligent assistant.
Korean search giant Daum, and mobile messenger company, Kakao, will conduct a share swap to create Daum Kakao, the second largest listed company on the nation's KOSDAQ exchange.
Walmart Labs' 12th acquisition gives its technologies to better tailor pitches to the retailer's 245 million weekly customers.
Motorola Solutions is the latest company to sign a patent-licensing deal with Microsoft covering devices that run Android and Chrome OS.
Australian webmail provider Atmail has appointed a new CEO to help with its expansion efforts in the US, Europe and Asia, after receiving a AU$2 million fundraising injection from Starfish Ventures — a far cry from the back of the Land Rover where the company started.
The first steps of adding extra encryption through Yahoo's services has been completed, with the company encrypting its search results and links between its datacentres.
Lawyers for Apple and Samsung have exchanged barbs as a major new patent trial opened, debating the role of a company not even part of the case — Google.
The company filing the most patents in Europe isn't in fact a European business, according to the continent's patent watchdog.
The legal action comes after China’s State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) rejected Apple's request to invalidate a patent by a Shanghai-based company which it claimed was similar to its voice-driven technology Siri.
Along with better search and management tools, the next version of the Cassandra-based DataStax Enterprise big-data platform offers in-memory computing.
U.S.-based cellphone maker Hop-on is the latest company to sign an Android patent-licensing deal with Microsoft.
Korean electronics giant inks a cross-licensing agreement with Cisco Systems to avoid legal tussles over technology patents, giving each company use of the other's existing and future patent portfolio.
Nokia's rivals fear that the company will begin unfairly milking its patent portfolio, according to the European Commission, but the organisation will be closely observing the former handset maker.
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