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Apple's venerable black hockey puck gets updated with significant content deals with HBO and ESPN. iTunes sells 800,000 TV episodes and 350,000 movies per day.
Storage, backup and security appliance provider Barracuda Networks will launch an Australia-based cloud service within months as it upscales its international investment to support the extension of its core capabilities into the cloud.
GPG Mail from GPGTools protects your email from prying eyes by using public key encryption via OpenPGP. It's by far the simplest and easiest way to encrypt email (and files) on the Mac.
Cloudera shuffles the deck as the current CEO moves into a new role.
UPDATED: Adobe CEO's comments hint at customer (dis)satisfaction over jump from desktop to cloud versions of the Creative Suite.
Back in early 2012 I wrote that iBooks would never come to OS X, but I was proven wrong when Apple announced OS X Mavericks at WWDC last week.
At long last, Microsoft has released a version of its Office suite for iOS. The new app targets the iPhone and closely resembles the Office app that’s built into Windows Phone 8. Here's what you'll find in the new app, which is available from the App Store immediately.
The message coming out of Red Hat's annual Red Hat Summit is that while Linux is Red Hat's foundation, OpenStack is its future.
Red Hat and Hortonworks aim to integrate products to boost the use of Apache Hadoop.
HP's innovations in its Converged Cloud portfolio, announced today at HP Discover 2013 in Las Vegas, are aimed at better ushering large enterprises from legacy to hybrid cloud environments.
The iPhone and iPad maker on Monday announced iOS 7, its latest mobile operating system. ZDNet takes it for a test drive and shows you the new user interface and some of the new features.
While the developer previews of iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks showed some evolutionary new features, there are several new features that are still lacking in Apple's new operating systems.
There's a lot of excitement over Apple's WWDC announcements yesterday, but there are a significant amount of hardware predictions that didn't make the cut.
TurnKey Linux, the ready-to-run Linux cloud server app company, is now offering 64-bit server apps on Amazon Web Services.
Apple used its Worldwide Developer Conference to announce OS X Mavericks, iOS 7, iTunes Radio, and new MacBook Air, Mac Pro and AirPort hardware.