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Funding fuels projects to whisk passengers from San Francisco to Anahiem, Orlando to Tampa, Chicago to St. Louis, and Minneapolis to Chicago.
Is Dell preparing a Mini tablet to challenge the recently-announced Apple iPad and forthcoming HP Slate?
Sarotech Korea has unveiled a sleek and stylish new hard disk drive enclosure, the simply-named Hardbox 3.0.
The number of smart electricity meters in the field are set to explode in the next 5 years, according to ABI Research. Smart electricity meters allow for two-way communication between the meter and the utility.
One of the key requirements of the newly enacted GDPR is a demonstrated effort to enforce security measures that safeguard customer data. This bundle includes six policies you can customize and implement...
The Apple iPad was announced yesterday so it was a given that James, Kevin, and I would spend MobileTechRoundup show #195 focusing on a single topic. We talked about what it does and doesn't replace, who needs one and who doesn't, Apple's chip business, and more. At then end of the show we took our own poll to see who plans to buy one and I don't think there are any surprises there.
As more vendors join portable datacenter market, customers will increasingly view these facilities as "mainstream" and "permanent" business option, analyst notes.
OK, so yesterday, Steve Jobs lifted the veil of secrecy surrounding Apple's newest creation, even unhooking the velvet rope and allowing members of the press to briefly fondle "hot off the production line" iPads. But let's put the actual iPad aside for a moment and think about the wider implications of this device being unleashed on the consumer electronics market.
LaCie has just unveiled not one, but three new new external hard drives in the brand-new Enterprise Class line, with prices starting at $299.
Some of Microsoft critics -- but also some of its backers -- think Windows 7, as it currently exists, isn't enough of a response to Apple's newly introduced iPad. But few seem to believe the iPad was a death knell for the Windows ecosystem.
Here's a scary thought for you. Every day, hundreds of billions of dollars of financial transactions are driven completely autonomously by computer algorithms. The fate of corporations and nations rests on bits of computer code sent out by their makers to do battle in a high-stakes trading war. And when something goes wrong, it can go spectacularly wrong.
The long-awaited, and feared, completion of the Oracle-Sun deal sets up a fight-of-flight response in the heart of every open source maven.
A new Research in Motion BlackBerry device, codenamed Magnum, has been spotted and videotaped in the wild.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) said that it had taken the advice of the Federal Government's 2.0 taskforce to heart by appointing former Sydney Morning Herald executive editor Tom Burton to spearhead a new Gov 2.0 and social media strategy.
This device transforms medical practice and delivers a solid, easy-to-follow upgrade path directly from paper.
A nanocatalys can cut the cost of a catalytic converter by 35% and increase efficiency by 25%.
Motorola is making progress on its turnaround, but the company's fourth quarter revenue total and first quarter outlook illustrated there's a lot more work to do.