A corporate merger, like a marriage, can yield a whole stronger than its parts -- or it can end in utter disaster. In ZDNet's ramp up to Valentine's Day 2016, we countdown the worst corporate romances in IT history.
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Windows Phone is dead, and there's no reason for fans to stick with the platform. It's time to think about abandoning ship.
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Flash has had a great run, but scaling of conventional planar NAND memory is reaching the end of the road. Fortunately there's a new route. At a chip conference this week Samsung and Micron revealed how 3D NAND has put flash scaling back on track.
Micron21 is preparing to deliver DDoS protection as a service to its global network, which will be hosted from its Melbourne-based datacentre from July.
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The launch of Visa Developer marks the first time Visa has made its processing technology broadly available to third parties.
Microsoft has taken its messaging platform for connected things out of public preview.
With Aperto under its belt, IBM has a stronger pitch to both existing and potential customers that may be looking for specialized design expertise when building mobile apps and other digital experiences.
On Google's fourth quarter earnings conference call, CEO Sundar Pichai delivered the first volley in what's likely to be a year-long push to dent the momentum of Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure.
Virtual reality technology is coming into its own and bringing with it some valuable uses for businesses. Here are five ways your organization can take advantage.
We know AR and VR will be big for entertainment, but there are plenty of other industries interested in these new technologies.
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Virtual reality and its more outward-looking cousin augmented reality are set to transform both entertainment and employment, but it's still early days.
Google's top-secret Project SkyBender is testing the viability of millimeter wave technology, beamed from solar-powered Titan drones.