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DAILY VIDEO: An engineer fired over his diversity "manifesto" threatens to sue Google; the Samsung Galaxy S8 Active smartphone will be available at AT&T on Aug. 11; Intel readies Core-X desktop chips aimed at gamers and content creators; and there's more.
NEWS ANALYSIS: A Google engineer’s assertion that women aren’t suited for jobs in the technology industry because of biological differences is contrary to the evidence, aside from being patently offensive.
Former Google Engineer James Damore says he intends to sue because he was wrongfully terminated for circulating a 10-page member that he said was intended to spur honest discussion about the gender gap in technology and leadership roles.
Cloud software is an unavoidable but manageable expense. Here's how to ensure resources are allocated and utilized efficiently.
NEWS ANALYSIS: When Facebook shut down an artificial intelligence process because it had created its own language that was unintelligible to humans, the reasons were more mundane than it first appeared.
Unlike traditional enterprise messaging software, Kafka is able to handle all the data flowing through a company, and do it in near real time. This is desperately needed as data volumes skyrocket.
Entering its third month as a new acquisition of Infor, the company said the patents will further enable smarter and more efficient preparation, discovery and visualization of data.
July 28 is SysAdmin Day, a day to honor system administrators. Here are seven tips to make a sysadmin's job easier and keep their clients happy.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The key investment for IBM at this time is in cloud platforms and data centers, and the company is going all in for staying ahead of the IT curve.
Overall revenue in Q1 2017 was down 4 percent and totaled $19.29 billion, coming in shy of the $19.46 billion projected by Thomson Reuters analysts.
IT leaders are more often being tasked with not just back-end IT but also front-end strategy. Here is how they can ensure their departments are driving value to their business.
Your content should be optimized so it's accessible, searchable and findable. That means it needs to be converted to a structured digital format. Here’s how.