Will Apple’s 5th-generation iPad be a bore or have innovations galore? We’d like to see five rumors come true.<br style="clear:
While the average smartphone user may never consider running a GPU benchmark these tests are an important way of
Tablets running software from Google and Microsoft continue to steal market share from Apple’s tablet.
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How did water get into the upper atmosphere of Jupiter? That has been a mystery since 1997, but one
eWEEK’s Q&A with SAP executive board member and technology lead Vishal Sikka gets to the nitty-gritty of SAP’s HANA in-memory
Pivotal’s ambitious plan promises next-generation cloud computing, big data, application-development and analytics capabilities. Can it succeed?
In case you’re not familiar with it Light Fair is exactly what you’d guess it is — a giant
Samsung’s Galaxy S 4 smartphone features solid hardware and a variety of innovative software capabilities, making it one of the
Acquisition deal is worth $30 million, according to reports.
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More than half of small and mid-sized businesses predict an increase in sales and profits in 2013.
The security brains at McAfee have come up with a brilliant new way to keep the average computer user
Opscode announced an agreement with IBM for Big Blue to support Opscode Chef on IBM SmartCloud
Among its first priorities, the CSA SMB Working Group will be tasked with creating an SMB version of the CSA
Today sees the release of Ubuntu 13.04 (Raring Ringtail), the last desktop version before Canonical fully integrates support for
Google recommends that affected users revert to an earlier Chrome OS Dev Channel release until issues are resolved.
BlackBerry was slow to come around to BYOD, but its solution offers the simplicity and cost savings that can be
NEWS ANALYSIS: MetroPCS and T-Mobile have gotten the green light to merge. The combined companies have the potential to change
IBM Research announced a new “Smart Mobility” prototype that combines augmented reality with robotics to deliver expertise to field engineers.<div
While Congress seeks information on threats, companies want liability protection and privacy advocates seek to protect citizens’ rights. But the
Intel and Oregon Health & Science University are collaborating on a supercomputing project to speed up analysis of human genetic