Know the Cloud
Nick Kolakowski | December 12, 2013
Dell isn’t the first major PC manufacturer to jump aboard the Chrome OS bandwagon, a trend that could have Microsoft worried.
Nick Kolakowski | December 11, 2013
Oracle integrating an open-source IaaS platform is the latest step in its attempt to stay relevant in an increasingly cloudy world.
The first smartphones running the Linux-based OS will reportedly appear in 2014.
Nick Kolakowski | December 10, 2013
Chances are good that the company’s “curved touch sensor,” recently patented, could end up in a lot of its future technology.
The torrent site is hopping between domains in an effort to stay ahead of those who want it shut down.
Nick Kolakowski | December 9, 2013
A “Sympathize” button might go a long way toward removing newsfeed awkwardness. Or just irritate a whole lot of people.
Jon Brodkin | December 9, 2013
Consoles’ use of x86 chips will aid emulator development—unless Microsoft and Sony get better at locking down hardware.
Nick Kolakowski | December 6, 2013
A new patent suggests Google’s exploring how to automate individuals’ social-networking activity.
Michelle Greenlee | December 6, 2013
Why is a cloud IDE so appealing? Some folks just want to dive into app creation without all the intricacies of workspace setup.
Nick Kolakowski | December 5, 2013
The financial giant places the e-currency’s “maximum market capitalization” at $1,300.
Microsoft’s initiative to make its software more transparent probably won’t silence claims that it’s been compromised by government snoops.
Nick Kolakowski | December 4, 2013
Valve touts the move as a sizable investment in the advancement of Linux gaming.
The biggest question is how Google will ultimately use robotics to improve its bottom line.
Nick Kolakowski | December 3, 2013
And how it could just as easily fail with its “iWatch” and other upcoming initiatives.
Spotify’s new PR push insists it’s good for musicians… so long as their songs are played a couple hundred thousand times a month.
Nick Kolakowski | December 2, 2013
Mining Bitcoin can become a major operation, complete with next-generation datacenter technology.
Amazon will need to answer questions about everything from privacy to physical safety if it wants its delivery-drone program to fly.
Nick Kolakowski | November 26, 2013
The departure of the struggling company’s COO, CMO and CFO hints at radical things underway.
Jeff Cogswell | November 26, 2013
Previously we compared a few C++ compilers on Linux; this time we’re going to perform a similar set of tests for Windows.
Dawn Kawamoto | November 25, 2013
App developers will ride a broader wave of increased hiring among technology contractors overall.
Nick Kolakowski | November 25, 2013
But Sony’s PlayStation 4 may have outsold the Xbox One in North America.
Nick Kolakowski | November 22, 2013
It’s on like Donkey Kong.
A suborbital flight costs $250,000, or roughly 320 Bitcoin at today’s price.
Nick Kolakowski | November 21, 2013
In a bid to create product for smaller, cheaper devices, Intel will release a “Sofia” chip in the second half of 2014.
Microsoft’s Scroogled campaign is the brainchild of Mark Penn, who once served as a political operator for the Clintons.
How long do your computer mice last?
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