Akamai said more than 683 million unique IP addresses from 243 countries or regions logged onto its network in Q3
InCNTRE, the first test bed for OpenFlow and other software-defined networking products, brings Fortune 500 companies and researchers together to
Short list of BI hot buttons includes dashboards, self-service, mobile, in-memory, cloud, collaboration and, of course, big data.<br style="clear: both"
Most smartphones have finally evolved to using SIM cards, and thanks to wireless radios there’s only a few degrees of
The deal for Cisco’s homes networking unit is the latest by the networking giant in its effort to exit the
Most of the airplanes ever produced follow the same basic design guidelines. They’re essentially big metal cylinders with wings bolted
In mid-January NASA’s Mars rover Curiosity drove toward a flat rock with pale veins that may hold clues to a
The methods SMBs use to achieve data integration are inadequate, with only 18 percent reporting marketing data as being fully
IBM announced that it has had a hand in creating a new hydrogel capable of killing superbugs and drug-resistant infections
Dead Space 3 will be available to buy in less than two weeks on February 5, and for many gamers
In order for Steam to be a success on Linux it needs lots of games, and it needs games from
NEWS ANALYSIS: Apple delivered lower-than-expected financial performance during the fourth quarter and expects a downturn in the first quarter of
Apple had a record-setting quarter that still caused stocks to fall and analysts to warn that it needs to do
Microsoft’s Windows division, boosted by Windows 8 sales, posted a 24 percent gain in revenue. However, silence on the number
GE Healthcare’s new version of Centricity Practice adds an ICD-10 search engine to its electronic health record and practice management
AT&T sold 10.2 million smartphones during the quarter—most of them iPhones—but was hampered by subsidies, pensions and Sandy.
Microsoft announced quarterly earnings of $21.46 billion for the second quarter of its fiscal year 2013, with Windows sales leading
Sony says it disagrees with the ruling and will appeal the $390,000 fine, which stems from an April 2011 data
The Google application reveals few details, but its possibilities intrigued a Washington D.C.-based electrical engineer who discovered it.