Google has released a set of online tools for educators under an open-source license, allowing for experimentation and collaborative development of the Course Builder system.
Stories by Jon Gold
When the iPhone was first released in 2007, there really wasn't anything like it on the market, with the greatest respect to BlackBerry. Apple's iconic smartphone quickly carved out its own niche, and woe betide the OEM that tried to compete directly.
Google announced this week that it would discontinue support for its branded pre-paid card in Google Wallet on Oct. 17, and urged customers to take steps to ensure they recover all their funds in a timely manner.
The new Whitewater 3010 storage gateway from Riverbed Technologies will help companies cope with fast-growing backup workloads without resorting to tape storage, the company announced Monday.
So those references I've been making to a generally low level of activity among major Android players in the days leading up to the iPhone 5's launch now look a bit silly - mea culpa.
A new "in-between" option for those who can't decide between a smartphone and a tablet will be available from Verizon on Sept. 6, in the form of the 5-inch LG Intuition.
It's fair to say that the verdict in the landmark Samsung vs. Apple case could have been better for the Android manufacturer, as the jury dealt it a billion-dollar blow. Many pundits are already saying that the case could have broad ramifications for the rest of the Android world, scaring off hardware makers that couldn't absorb such a whopping judgment as easily as Samsung and forcing product redesigns that avoid potentially damaging legal trouble.
The latest version of VMware's vSphere cloud platform will integrate Intel's trusted execution technology (TXT), a Xeon server feature that provides a new layer of hardware-based security.
For the 12-strong IT department at Caraustar, a Georgia-based recycled paper packaging company, switching from Google Postini to the Google Vault email archiving and management service was a matter of saving time, as much as anything.
The digital divide in Kansas City appears to be alive and well despite Google's best efforts, as recent reports from the Kansas City Star indicate that the search giant's ultra-fast Google Fiber service might not come to poorer neighborhoods anytime soon.
With the return of students to the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth's campus in the fall, the university's network will be required to cope with a huge increase in demand - and the major culprit, according to network systems manager Richard Pacheco, is Netflix.
Apple's lawyers filed a preliminary injunction that would ban the sale of eight Samsung mobile devices that were recently found to have infringed on the company's patents.
The hype around the upcoming iPhone 5 - which is rapidly approaching the hysterical peak that we've all come to expect every time Apple rolls out a new model - has already generated a number of possible reasons for Google and its Android partners to worry about the device's impact.
Unless you've been living under a server farm for the past few months -- subsisting on Ethernet cables and waste heat -- you're probably aware that the iPhone 5 is likely to be released within the next month or so.
Apple is doing its best to yank its latest series of "Genius" ads -- which were widely derided for being silly and patronising -- from the internet.