Nick Kolakowski | February 24, 2014
Are Nokia’s latest devices a weird misfire, or a counterintuitive stroke of genius?
David Bolton | February 21, 2014
Creating 3-D graphics involves more than just creating objects: you also have to tell the GPU how to best render them. To do that, you use shaders.
Nick Kolakowski | February 21, 2014
Microsoft’s long-rumored digital assistant will supposedly make its debut with Windows Phone 8.1.
Nick Kolakowski | February 20, 2014
Facebook paying $16 billion for WhatsApp isn’t even the most expensive buy on the list.
Analytics for city governments today, sensors and software in your fridge and car tomorrow?
Himanshu Sareen | February 19, 2014
There are significant obstacles to building wearable electronics (and associated apps) that will provide true value.
Joanna Schloss | February 19, 2014
How to avoid the pitfalls associated with some of business intelligence’s biggest myths.
Val Huber | February 18, 2014
Many readers questioned whether Reactive Programming enables you to address not just typical problems, but complex ones as well.
SourceForge | February 18, 2014
The platform’s creators discuss the issues with building a graphical boot loader that can interact with legacy software and firmware.
Jonathan Crane | February 17, 2014
Automation can effectively replace the many engineers required to manage an IT department.
Vijith Assar | February 17, 2014
When Gracenote sold for a nine-figure sum, it proved yet again that metadata is quickly becoming king.
Nick Kolakowski | February 14, 2014
Microsoft has sold 200 million copies of Windows 8 in 15 months. That’s not enough to overtake Windows 7’s adoption rate.
The analytics toolkit is very much a sequel to Intel’s Hadoop distribution, which it released last year.
Nick Kolakowski | February 13, 2014
Manufacturers will produce roughly 6.18 billion Internet-enabled devices this year, according to a new report.
By ejecting two partners from its mobile ad-measuring program, Facebook demonstrates its desire to avoid privacy controversies.
Nick Kolakowski | February 12, 2014
Why would Twitter so radically change its interface? The answer, of course, is money.
Desperate times could call for desperate measures, apparently.
Nick Kolakowski | February 11, 2014
The “Big Data” market could hit $50 billion by 2017, unless concerns over the sanctity of data get in the way.
Is there a strategy behind a Microsoft subsidiary releasing an Android device? Or is this a repeat of Nokia’s N9 experience?
Nick Kolakowski | February 10, 2014
The group, structured like a tech startup, will seek to give the GOP a sophisticated set of digital tools.
Jeff Cogswell | February 10, 2014
As Web applications grow in number and capability, storing large amounts of images can quickly become a problem.
Nick Kolakowski | February 7, 2014
Big Blue seems intent on ridding itself of large swaths of its hardware business.
Civil libertarians probably don’t think so; but constant monitoring could keep cops on their best behavior.
Nick Kolakowski | February 6, 2014
David Bolton | February 6, 2014
Xamarin, while appearing to have come out of nowhere, is actually a renamed and rebranded version of MonoTouch.
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