AMD Demos x86 APU Server Running Fedora Linux

The chip maker is looking to show the strength of the software ecosystem around heterogeneous computing processing.

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10 Reasons It's a Bad Idea to Be a Google Glass Early Adopter

Google Glass went on sale for one day April 15 as Google tries to introduce more users to its wearable computing vision for the future. The device sold for $1,500 while it was available, and Google doesn't plan to sell the eyewear again until later this year when it is scheduled for general release. Not surprisingly, Google went out... More >

AT&T, Volvo Announce High-Speed, In-Car Connectivity Deal

AT&T has added Volvo to the list of automakers taking advantage of its Single SIM in-car connectivity solution.

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Intronis Updates Cloud Backup Platform with Support for Hyper-V

Partners can now backup files using a recurring-interval or calendar-based schedule, enabling fine-grain control over recovery points.

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Surprising Trends Emerge in Threat Landscape

There are a number of high-profile security firms in the IT industry, though few have generated as many headlines as FireEye in recent years. One of the big reasons for FireEye's notoriety is the company's $1 billion acquisition of security firm Mandiant earlier this year. The acquisition price might seem like a high one to pay for... More >


Microsoft Launches Azure Cloud Service for Internet of Things

Microsoft's new Azure service aims at the Internet of Things with no regard for underlying device operating systems.

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Google Glass Software Update Nets Longer Battery Life, New Features

The latest Google Glass software update gets Glass running on Android KitKat and brings other improvements.

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Microsoft Launches Office 365 Personal, Issues Office Online Updates

The company releases a new, low-cost edition of its Office 365 suite for consumers while the Web apps gain additional functionality.

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Cisco, Juniper work to protect networking gear from Heartbleed; Google Chrome 35 Beta shows off future updates; IBM builds cloud base on new deals, investments; and more.

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Daily Tech Briefing: April 14, 2014

Even before heartbleed, improper Use of SSL put users at risk; Google patches apps, services in...

Daily Tech Briefing: April 11, 2014

BlackBerry Intends to stay in the handset business, Chen says; T-Mobile kicks off 3 days of news with...

Daily Tech Briefing: April 10, 2014

'Heartbleed' OpenSSL flaw may lead to leaked passwords, encryption keys; Google releases Chrome...

Daily Tech Briefing: April 9, 2014

Microsoft's Cortana Presages Bing's Future; IBM Brings New Cloud Offerings, Pricing to the Mainframe;...

Daily Tech Briefing: April 8, 2014

Apple Documents Leave No Doubt Larger iPhones Are Coming; Qualcomm Intros Fastest 64-Bit Snapdragon...

Daily Tech Briefing: April 7, 2014

T-Mobile Says It Will Keep Supporting BlackBerry Users Despite Rift; Windows XP Deadline's Potential...

Daily Tech Briefing: April 4, 2014

Lumia 930 Flagship Among First Nokia Models to Run Windows Phone 8.1; Microsoft Windows 8.1 Update...

Daily Tech Briefing: April 3, 2014

BlackBerry Announces Split With T-Mobile; Microsoft Delivers Universal Windows App Development at...

Daily Tech Briefing: April 2, 2014

HP Leverages SDN for Unified Wired, Wireless Networks; T-Mobile Ends Employer Rate-Plan Discounts;...

Daily Tech Briefing: April 1, 2014

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Intel Sees PCs Stabilize, but Mobile Biz Still an Issue

Organizations moving from Windows XP helped Intel's PC group, but sales of mobile chips fell 61 percent, the company said.

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eWEEKChat April 23: New-Gen Fabrics, Software-Defined Networking: Removing Old Roadblocks

On April 23, at 11 a.m. PDT/2 p.m. EDT/7 p.m. GMT, @eWEEKnews will host a special eWEEKChat event, our 19th, on new-gen networking. Plan to join us.

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Mobile Display Revenues to Surpass TV Display Revenues in 2014

The decline in LCD TV revenue is expected to be especially sharp, due to price erosion of 40-inch and larger panel sizes.

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