Although Google promises that this new 64-bit browser will be faster and more secure than its current 32-bit version, when it comes to speed, it's not there yet.
Showing results 1 to 20 of 333
The combined impact of cloud, mobility and big data on enterprise applications has piqued the market’s taste for speed and agility. Now, enterprise software vendors big and small are racing to feed the market’s growing appetite.
Dell Wyse Cloud Connect is a cloud-access device on a USB stick. Road warriors need only use one of these devices combined with a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse to access cloud-based applications. Dell claims this is a first but not really.
The browser is updated with Web Audio support, which the browser maker suggests is the last major building block in supporting advanced games and applications.
Healthcare provider Sentara Healthcare has improved its IT operations and services delivery at higher quality and higher speed, making IT an internal business-service provider, and deploying better monitoring of app services.
Healthcare technology provider TriZetto has been improving its development processes and modernizing its ability to speed the applications lifecycle process, using quality and Agile methods tools to better support a lifecycle approach to software
Cisco's acquisition highlights the run on solid-state storage companies as data center players aim to speed up applications.
The new USB 3.1 standard pushes transfer speeds to 10 Gbps, but it is still way behind Intel's 20 Gbps Thunderbolt technology.
While Apple's adoption of the Thunderbolt high-speed port makes sense given the Mac's appeal to media professionals, it makes no sense for PC OEMs to bother adopting it in the face of USB 3.0.
After being an early supporter of the high-speed interface, the PC maker is throwing its weight behind USB 3.0.
What should you consider as you develop new business applications so that they will be successful as the datacenter evolves? Flexibility, speed, adaptability and automation all factor into the equation.
A common repository has been set up for customizable and configurable applications that can be re-used by various government agencies to speed up development and avoid duplication of efforts and costs.
TTNET, the largest internet service provider in Turkey, with 6 million subscribers, significantly improved applications deployment while cutting costs and time to delivery.
Here's how I added as much as a 128GB of high-speed removable storage to a MacBook — or for that matter any device with an SD card slot — and freed up a USB port in the process.
Rigid Indian businesses lag their smaller counterparts to adopt software-as-a service practices that allow employees to access software applications via their Web browser.
Two semiconductor materials, both alike in exciting properties, have been combined by researchers and placed on a single wafer to create a chip for applications that have a need for speed.
Sauce Labs, the maker of the Sauce "cloud testing service" on Tuesday announced that it added support for OS X, iOS and Android to its automated cross-platform, cross-browser testing service for web applications.
According to Net Applications' browser and OS market share statistics, OS X is still making slow progress on Microsoft Windows, and the total iOS share is crushing Android and all the rest of the mobile OS pack.
The US White House announced the Ignite initiative last week — a public private partnership to develop applications that take advantage of high speed connectivity. Do we have similar plans here?
StatCounter, Net Applications, pah. The browser market share figures are weighted, inaccurate and vary day by day. Google, with a firm grasp of its own numbers, gave its assessment.
The best of ZDNet, delivered
- 1 Perfectly legal ways you can still get Windows 7 cheap (or even free)
- 2 How much does an iPhone 6 really cost? (Hint: It's way more than $199)
- 3 31 ways to improve your iPhone's battery life
- 4 Seven privacy settings you should change immediately in iOS 8
- 5 Review: Tile Bluetooth tag (verdict: Great)