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Motorola is sticking to its design formula of delivering midrange performance with a decent set of features in an affordably priced Android smartphone.
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Startup enables developers to find, buy, and manage their favorite services—everything from email to data logging—without being locked into a single cloud.
Spaces is designed for hosting web assets, acting as the origin for content delivery networks and storing user-generated content, such as images and large media files.
QF2 is new-generation file storage system that creates a single file domain spanning both the data center and the cloud.
HTC stock sales on the Taiwan exchange will be halted due to a "material release of information," which could involve rumored news of a purchase by Google.
Updates to the OneNote Class add-in include a time-saving toolbar for iPad users, sticker packs that mark student achievements and support for bigger classes on the PC.
Months after acquiring automated incident response specialist Hexadite, the company has integrated the former startup's technology into Windows Defender ATP.
The Japan-based conglomerate is forced to unload the thriving business unit to fill a major hole in its finances caused by the bankruptcy of its U.S. nuclear unit, Westinghouse.
The latest targets of attackers are developers and insecure development processes, highlighting the need to instill security checkpoints in the development process.