Take a look at which devices the handset makers will - and won't - be launching at Mobile World Congress.
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In one week all the details of the new Samsung Galaxy smartphone will be revealed in Spain. T-Mobile gave us the best glimpse so far and the design looks enticing.
Processors and RAM are fixed entities in a PC, but right from day one data is incessantly eating away at your storage space. And it's not just your data (which you can manage) but endless gigabytes of temp files and cached junk.
Net neutrality is one of the most controversial topics affecting millions of users and businesses. Find out what it's all about in this interview with Net Neutrality expert, Keao Caindec of 365 Data Centers.
That's a 49 percent increase in data breaches and a 78 percent rise in data theft.
Telstra has recorded a half-year profit of AU$2.1 billion, on the back of increased revenue from customers in fixed and mobile using more and more data.
Instead of running Hadoop jobs on isolated, dedicated clusters, the open-source Myriad framework, backed by Mesosphere and MapR, is designed to bring them into the datacenter mainstream.
We have two confirmed launch events on the 1st of March in Barcelona, but the details of what is coming are yet to be revealed. Stay tuned for exciting news from Spain.
Launching the Z1 in India is theoretically a smart play by Samsung to both push its own OS and grab a big share of a population that still hasn't bought a smartphone. But the truth is that the Z1 appears to be easily outgunned by the competition.
One month with the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge: 5 ways to use the edge and 10 reasons to love the phone
After using the Note Edge for more than a month, Matthew is close to pulling the trigger on the T-Mobile model. He finds the edge display compelling for several reasons.
One in four enterprises employs DevOps,and it's making a difference in software delivery. Data security is a concern, however.
T-Mobile continues to push US wireless carriers. AT&T responded quickly to rollover data, but has limits on how much can be stored and when it can be used.
New drive crams 1TB of data into a package smaller than a credit card - and boasts fast read/write speeds to boot.
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This is a handy and cynical guide to different definitions of Big Data. The one thing that everybody does agree on? It's a big opportunity for education on the power of information.
Is the novel screen shape the start of a trend and worth the $1,300 price tag, or is it just a marketing gimmick?
The electronics retail giant published a more detailed timeline on Friday following an investigation that launched this fall.
Victoria's RMIT University is opening its AU$1.5 million data analytics lab this week in partnership with NICTA, in an initiative expected to help Australian businesses compete on a global scale.
The network data storage provider beat EPS expectations by one cent, but missed on revenue targets.
Based on the roadmap outlined by company executives, a bigger piece of the puzzle isn't meant to be filled by Samsung but rather the tech giant's global developer community.
While on the one hand, the Australian government is claiming that security agencies will not get access to any new data under mandatory data retention, Attorney-General George Brandis has claimed that the legislation is required because there aren't any existing metadata laws.
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