In an effort to help people understand why it is that the Mayan calendar did not accurately predict the end
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has approved Ada 2012, the latest version of the technical workhorse programming language.
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HealthInfoNet and Arcadia Solution’s new partnership will marry insurance claims to clinical data in Maine’s health information exchange.
The FCC has approved AT&T’s request to purchase underused WCS spectrum, which it will employ for future LTE rollouts.
Pittsburgh’s new Quality and Information Technology Center teaches healthcare professionals to apply data and IT to improve medical care.
Latest Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency robot, capable of carrying 400 pounds, travels through wooded area with Marine unit and
IBM announced an agreement to acquire software maker StoredIQ to add to Big Blue’s beefy big data analytics stable.
SDNs are gaining momentum heading into 2013, and will be a key technology in data centers for enterprises and service
For Microsoft, 2012 was a milestone, a year when the company refreshed practically all its major platforms.
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Online education program offers free courses to help college students earn Teradata tech certification.
An Intermec-commissioned study suggests distribution centers could save time and money by leasing hardware during their busiest season.
Columbus grants Big Blue incentive package as IBM pledges to create hundreds of new jobs in big data analytics.
Want an iPhone, but wish it was powered by Android instead of iOS and that it didn’t cost $600 to
RIM’s forthcoming smartphone platform received another bid of confidence, as a handful of European network operators have voiced their support
In this slideshow, eWEEK and James Morehead, vice president of product management and user experience at Support.com, discuss Windows 8
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