The basic tasks of running a data center will change out of all recognition in the near future, according to an expert panel speaking at Interop NY on Wednesday, and there really aren't any easy blueprints to follow.
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While the Wi-Fi world is rightly abuzz over the rapidly approaching large-scale deployment of the new 802.11ac standard, experts at an Interop NY panel said today that the 802.11ad standard is likely to be even more transformative.
Riverbed announced the availability of new model Steelhead WAN optimization appliances and native support for VMware's ESX hypervisor on Wednesday. It also said it was partnering with Juniper to offer its WAN optimization customers an upgrade path.
A new partnership between virtual Android specialist BlueStacks and microchip maker AMD will see much of the Google Play store's stock of apps made available to Windows users running AMD hardware, the company announced Thursday.
A relatively quiet week in Android phones nevertheless made a big splash in terms of tablets. The undoubted highlight is the news, via DigiTimes, that Google may be planning two new versions of the Nexus 7 -- one priced at the current $199, the other at just $99.
It should surprise exactly no one to learn that the iPhone 5 has been widely proclaimed to be the best smartphone in the world, and that it sold a mind-boggling 5 million units within days of hitting the market.
Dell announced the latest product in its line of KACE management appliances Tuesday, highlighting the new KACE K1000's support for multiple new platforms, new APIs, and streamlining of common tasks.
There are a ton of Android apps out there -- 600,000 in the Google Play store alone, the company said at this summer's Google I/O conference -- but there are only a few that rise to the status of being a critical, everyday app for a lot of people. Without further ado, here are some of those that we defy you not to get hooked on.
From the old 386 that I used to play Microsoft Flight Simulator on to my recently constructed home-brew gaming machine, my main devices have all been Intel-driven. I'm not a fanboy or anything, it's just worked out that way.
Ig Nobels feature exploding colonoscopies, bureaucracy, and why leaning to the left makes the Eiffel Tower seem smaller
The Ig Nobel Prize ceremony has honored a wide array of strange research and advancement over the years, from exploding pants to woodpecker headaches to aggressive parking enforcement, and Thursday night’s ceremony in Cambridge, Mass., was no exception.
Thursday night, Harvard University will host a ceremony to honor some of those who have made key contributions to science in 2012. Kind of.
Dell rolled out its new lineup of business-focused Windows 8 computers Wednesday, announcing that it would add two portable Latitude devices and a desktop OptiPlex to its offerings once the new operating system is released.
I'll admit it upfront - comparing the Apple iPhone 5 to the current RIM BlackBerry lineup seems a bit unfair, like putting an F-22 up against a World War I-vintage Sopwith Camel.
Yahoo will provide all of its employees with a brand-new smartphone of their choice, according to a recent corporate memo by recently hired CEO Marissa Mayer.
Google Chrome will soon provide users with the option to use the do-not-track setting when browsing the Web, effectively allowing them to opt out of many website ad targeting systems.