The chip maker saw revenues grow, but it slid back into a loss due in part to a weak PC market.Read More >
The company has begun sampling its "Seattle" SoC, a key part of its "ambidextrous computing" effort.More >
BYOD, the familiar acronym for bring your own device, means that not only do your devices come with you to work, but your applications come along for the ride. Some people, including eWEEK itself, are now seeing this as BYOC (bring your own cloud), and it's a trend that makes enterprise security and IT managers awfully nervous.... More >
The appliances are based on A10's ACOS software, an application networking software architecture optimized for 64-bit multicore processor systems.More >
With the desktop PC market struggling to keep pace with the rising tide of mobile devices like tablets and smartphones, computer makers are looking to attract consumers with multi-touch capabilities, impressive multimedia entertainment applications and ultrathin designs. The notebook market has also taken a hit due to the popularity... More >
Almost 20 percent of respondents raised the issue of poor communication among key stakeholders across development, security and operations groups.More >
Heartbleed Detector, a Chrome browser plug-in and an Android mobile app, are accessible in the Chrome Web Store and Google Play app store.More >
A new Long Term Support release of Ubuntu Linux, code-named "Trusty Tahr," arrives just as Microsoft ends support on Windows XP. A Canonical vice president believes it's a great alternative to replace XP.Read More >
Security firm Pindrop finds a phone fraud ring that may have targeted more than 450,000 people, mostly immigrants and foreign nationals, in attempts to extort phony tax payments.Read More >
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Glass is making it easier for emergency room doctors to focus directly on patients and improve their care.Read More >
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