The network data storage provider beat EPS expectations by one cent, but missed on revenue targets.
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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.
Samsung Electronics has acquired US-based SSD caching software maker Proximal Data, reports ZDNet Korea's Cho Mu-hyun.
Salesforce has opened its first European data center in the United Kindom, one of three new establishments planned over the next year.
Data retention laws in Sweden looked dead a few months ago, but it's alive and kicking with all but one ISP resuming the collection of user data to aid law enforcement investigations.
IT vendor launches one-stop portal offering third-party cloud applications and services running on Azure, and inks partnership with SingTel to enable Asia-Pacific customers to move their data and workload between various cloud environments.
The vision Salesforce has for market-facing engagement is the right one: Tear down data, app, and user experience silos between marketing, sales, operations, and support. But does their cloud measure up to this vision yet?
To become a smart city, Chicago has recognised the need to pool all data sources into one publicly available platform.
The dark side of Internet of Things, FBI and China, and other government disappointments [Government IT Week]
Europol has finally figured out something I wrote about four years ago, the FBI seems to be taking the NSA's place in the "keep quiet and shut up" department, and no one is listening to the White House about data center energy efficiency (or much of anything else, it seems). It's another week in that slapstick world we call government.
A newly unsealed legal document indicates that Samsung paid Microsoft $1 billion in Android patent-licensing royalties in 2013 alone.
Fresh details have been released concerning JPMorgan's cyberattack -- and it has been revealed the data breach is one of the largest in history.
The data released by Google shows that while Jelly Bean now powers more than half of all Android devices, KitKat now runs almost one over of every four devices.
JPMorgan is reportedly one of multiple US banks which have suffered network breaches resulting in the loss of customer data.
The Samsung Galaxy Alpha may not yet be officially unveiled, but one supplier is happy for you to pre-order the device.
Samsung says it will 'urgently' look into fresh allegations of child labor in one of its Chinese supplier factories.
Despite having sold about one of every three smartphones shipped globally last year, Samsung is dabbling in luxury televisions and investing in memory chip production to diversify away from smartphones and tablets.
Samsung Galaxy S 4 Android smartphone for Verizon for $1 w/ new 2-yr. plan
Korean analysts predict Samsung Electronics’ profit for the second quarter will decline from quarter one due to lower shipments of smartphones and tablets, reports ZDNet Korea’s Cho Mu-hyun.
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