NASA will significantly scale back its Mars missions in April as the Red Planet moves behind the sun as viewed
IBM announced two new technologies to help users better wrangle big data: BLU Accelerator and the IBM PureData System for
Internet Explorer 11 is expected to arrive this year alongside the Windows 8.1 (previously referred to as Windows Blue)
Microsoft’s Surface Pro has finally begun to attract a following. But costly repairs make the extended warranty advisable.<br style="clear: both"
Juniper’s EX9200 switch, virtual WLAN controller and management software aim to give enterprises greater network programmability.
Blizzard announced in February that it would be holding its 7th BlizzCon gaming convention on Friday November 8 and
Lasers are fantastic things. Curiosity uses one to interrogate rocks on Mars, they can create a true 3D display,
SoftLayer touts bare metal cloud service for big data analytics, offers MongoDB with the push of a button.<br style="clear: both"
LinkedIn has rolled out new social networking capabilities that can help you find a new job. Here’s how to use
Top 15 U.S. banks have experienced double the downtime from same period last year. Lawmakers demand passage of a cyber
Oracle President Safra Catz says the company’s sales team will soon answer its critics. But Oracle must do much more
State’s dominant insurer seeks clinical and administrative data for care management and reporting to state health insurance exchange.<br style="clear: both"
Among the advanced research areas in NASA’s selected proposals include new technologies to reduce drag on aircraft, and life support
Google has announced that Chrome will be moving to a new rendering engine called Blink. The new engine will
The CoolTech Fan provides wide-angle airflow and venting to cool critical components of the graphics card.
Salesforce.com co-founder Parker Harris sees customers using smartphones more than tablets for CRM apps, and he’s betting on a blended
Did you know that the Bitcoin, a virtual currency, is available as an actual coin? Well, it is, and
Narrow “micro” trenches disrupt streets less so it’s easier to lay fiber-optic cables for broadband services.