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.
Nick Kolakowski | February 5, 2014
A “range” of government data requests, posted after a six month lag, tell users as little as possible about federal requests for information.
The company also continues to bet big on its HANA in-memory technology. But can it fend off giant rivals and hungry startups?
Nick Kolakowski | February 4, 2014
The new CEO will emphasize cloud and mobile, certainly. But everything else is a matter of speculation.
Google’s acquisition of DeepMind was just the beginning: more big tech firms will snatch up AI startups in the months and years ahead.
Nick Kolakowski | February 3, 2014
FiftyThree’s Paper has to deal with Facebook using the same name for its standalone news app.
The updates seem designed to make the operating system friendlier to desktop users.
Nick Kolakowski | January 31, 2014
The “computational knowledge engine” offers some historical data that could hint at the outcome of Sunday’s game.
But that might not prove a good thing for either Nest or Google.
Microsoft has reportedly chosen the executive vice president of its cloud and enterprise group as its next chief executive.
David Bolton | January 30, 2014
Its performance might suffer, but managed code nonetheless provides an extra element of safety and support.
Nick Kolakowski | January 30, 2014
Google’s little smartphone-manufacturing adventure cost it at least $7.1 billion. Was it worth it?
Nick Kolakowski | January 29, 2014
But that didn’t stop hackers from defacing the Angry Birds Website.
Facebook’s services “should automatically extend to the Internet of Things,” he reportedly told a meeting of the Open Compute Project.
Nick Kolakowski | January 28, 2014
Apple has more than enough momentum to dictate its own pace of product releases.
While a talkative digital assistant might be nice, it’s not necessarily the most useful format for a powerful artificial-intelligence platform.
Nick Kolakowski | January 27, 2014
The acquisition could help in Google’s quest to create platforms that rapidly learn and adapt.
The U.S. government seems more willing to actually negotiate with the whistleblower about a possible sentence.
David Bolton | January 24, 2014
Linear congruential generators (LCGs) are fast, don’t use much memory, and always generate the same sequence of numbers.
Nick Kolakowski | January 24, 2014
One of the world’s most iconic computers celebrates thirty years on the planet.
Nick Kolakowski | January 23, 2014
A new report suggests “Big Data” analytics and crowdsourcing could help keep track of the world’s nukes.
The $2.3 billion deal will see Lenovo seize a big chunk of IBM’s hardware portfolio.
Nick Kolakowski | January 22, 2014
With its hardware sales declining, IBM’s bet on Watson is becoming more and more crucial.
Although AWS remains a gorilla in the IaaS space, it faces rising competition on a number of fronts.
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