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Far from suffering a hacking incident, the file hosting service fell victim to its update scripts and MySQL infrastructure.
The Internet of Things is more than Internet-connected refrigerators and shoes that tweet; it's a new wave of enabling devices to become more 'intelligent' and our chance to become better informed about our businesses and the world around us.
Forget any ideas about brainwashing. The Internet of Things means devices will eventually be smarter than the people building them.
With an increasing dominating presence each year at the gargantuan trade show, the chip maker has come across as primarily concerned with mobile devices over anything else.
The most visually-pleasing (or cluttered) social network will soon be infusing even more visual capabilities into its platform.
Borrowing a page from Amazon's playbook, AT&T is adding a new service in which customers can browse and stream specific digital content while corporate sponsors pick up the tab.
These "Laws", developed over three decades, may highlight things you're doing wrong, or help you avoid the worst screw-ups. Violate them at your peril…
In a memo to TechCrunch, the iPhone maker denies ever offering the NSA with special access to its special smartphone.
Powered by Intel Xeon E5-2670 v2 processors, Amazon suggested that these particular instances are ideal for applications running on high-performance NoSQL databases and transactional systems.
The telco's new data exchange platform allows "4G Pro" service users to sell extra data capacity to other subscribers, including some flexibility to set their own prices.
A Google legal director pointed to a more "worrying trend," which she specified was the number of removal requests related to political content.
The Target security breach is initially thought to have lasted between Thanksgiving through Friday, December 6 -- or possibly even up to December 15.
There's also a hint at how the addition of SportStream's real time data tools could step up Facebook's live TV game against Twitter.
Kinesis pricing is set up on a "pay-as-you" go scale, starting at $0.015 at an hourly shard rate of one megabyte per second of data.
New data suggests tablet usage may be significantly lower than first thought, reaching just a tiny fraction of the overall desktop and mobile market.