Google, which has been pushing sites to be more easily viewable on mobile devices, will give sites optimized for mobile viewing priority in mobile search.
Microsoft announces support for Docker's awaited orchestration tools on its Azure cloud computing platform.
The move will expand Seattle-based Parallels' ability to let customers access and use any applications and files on any device, anywhere, any time.
The company publishes apps for frequent conference call participants and Visual Studio developers as part of a new round of experimental app releases.
Starting in March, the company will launch an early-adopter program for Google Apps customers interested in the Inbox email client.
Mozilla's Firefox 36 debuts with support for HTTP/2 protocol as well as 17 security advisories for vulnerabilities that have been patched in the open-source browser.
New OneNote Staff Notebooks help administrations and teachers centralize content, share ideas and generally get on the same page.
The software giant hopes to make lost languages a thing of the past with software that helps them maintain their relevancy in the modern age.
Facebook's open-source leader details how the social networking giant participates in the Linux and open-source communities.
The new partnership enables ClearStory's fast-cycle, scalable analysis package to be deployed on Hadoop Data Lakes using the Hortonworks Data Platform.
What big data skills shortage? Azure Machine Learning sheds the "preview" label as it gets ready to tackle predictive analytics workloads for enterprises.
The Linux kernel sits at the core of all Linux-based operating systems and is produced in an open-source, multi-stakeholder process. It's a process that has evolved over the last two decades, with a steady flow of new developers pouring into the community and contributing code. In a new report released by The Linux Foundation Feb. 18, the pace of Linux code contribution is detailed with data looking at eight Linux kernel releases in 15 months—beginning with the Linux 3.11 kernel, released in September 2013, and ending with Linux 3.18, which debuted Dec. 8, 2014. The Linux development report finds that more than 80 percent of code contributed to the Linux kernel comes from developers who are paid for their work. The overall number of developers is also growing, with 1,458 contributing code for the Linux 3.18 release. Looking at the companies that contribute to Linux, Intel continues to lead the way, with 10.5 percent of code contributions during the development period covered in the report. In this slide show, eWEEK examines key data points on the state of Linux development.
The platform is sold in support of Saama’s existing suite of Ready Analytics solutions, or as a reusable delivery engine for custom solutions.
Google should unbundle search from its other services, Russian search engine firm Yandex says in a familiar refrain.
Trifacta Trial Program allows users to wrangle big, diverse data without having to configure hardware or software.