New Zealand's rural broadband rollout will target speeds of 50mbps by 2025.
Because Internet-of-Things data is mushrooming, Riak firm Basho thinks it's time to add a specific time-series backend to the open-source database.
Government mandates forcing companies to store its data in local datacentres will be a thing of the past under the terms of the TPP among the 12 countries involved.
Apple, Google, Microsoft and IBM have four of the five most valuable brands in 2015 - they're split by Coco-Cola - according to Interbrand's annual list of the top 100. But which ones have survived from 2005?
Russia's anti-monopoly agency hasn't given Google much time to rejigger Android in a way that broadens competition in that country where 65 percent of devices run on Google's platform.
Got a Chromebox or Chromebook in your business for kiosks or signs? Why not literally extend your advertising range, turning the device into a broadcasting beacon to those passing by?
Information technology departments may want to start getting educated on open hardware designs, enterprise defined data centers and creating teams that revolve around innovation.
The OpenSwitch community, opening up to the public today, is being backed by a number of other open source proponents as well, including Broadcom, Intel and VMware, among others.
Stephen Witt weaves music-industry economics, sound compression technology and the history of online file sharing into a satisfying multi-pronged tale.