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National Maker Faire in Washington Goes Far Beyond 3D Printing

WASHINGTON, D.C.—An estimated 20,000 Maker enthusiasts turned out at the University of the District of Columbia to see the latest in what can only be described as a unique type of do-it-yourself more

Developers, Security Experts Are in High Demand, IT Jobs Report Finds

The U.S. IT jobs market is one of the hottest in the nation's economy, and by the look of things, that's not changing anytime soon. A new study from digital marketing firm Mondo shows that not only more

Oculus Gives More Peeks Into Its Rift Virtual Reality Headset

Oculus unveiled its Rift virtual reality headset back in May with few details on its specifications and features, but that is slowly changing as the company continues to reveal more information about what the more

Trustwave Weighs In on Self-Detected, SSL/TLS Vulnerabilities

Security specialist Trustwave's in its latest report provides insights from 574 security incidents the company investigated. Surprisingly, 98 percent of the applications the security specialist scanned had at more

Datameer Offers Its Take on 5 Pillars of Data Governance

Datameer, a self-service big data insights platform, announced data governance features for Hadoop analytics so users don't have to choose between self-service big data analytics and a governable big data more

New Features That Will Make OS X El Capitan Worth Downloading

With Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) now behind us, it's clear that this year it was all about software. Besides a new version of iOS and Apple Music and WatchOS, Apple showcased the more

Networking, Security, IoE Take the Stage at Cisco Live 2015

It's been a busy few weeks for Cisco Systems, with much of the headlines focusing on the rapid changes going on at the executive level. In early May, John Chambers, the company's CEO for the past two decades, more

Samsung Builds Galaxy S6 Active to Survive Rough Use

Active smartphone owners who are looking for a dust-, dirt- and shock-proof phone that is also water-resistant when they are running, cycling or spending other time outdoors might want to take a look at the latest more

Tales of Windows Server 2003 and Other Software Used Past Its Prime

Microsoft will end support for Windows Server 2003 on July 14, meaning businesses still running the outdated system could be exposed to a number of risks. Still, it's a sure bet plenty of more

Adobe Flash Vulnerabilities, Ransomware on the Rise

In the world of online security, change is a constant as the exploit and malware landscape is continuously evolving, with attackers adapting to evade detection and defenses. Intel Security's McAfee Labs released its May more
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