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Next generation processors and servers are raising the prospect of what is effectively high performance computing in your own data centre
Intel Collaborative Research Institute shows UK is an attractive place for high tech R&D investment
Banks have been preparing for the dismantling of the euro for over a year, but are they ready for anything?
There is no standard way of creating or managing the way cloud resources get accessed by the end user, despite their increasing use by IT organisations
The BigQuery service is an online analytical processing (OLAP) system designed for terabyte-scale datasets
By stealing the march on consumer IT and providing your own app store, you could control authentication, configuration, and distribution of your mobile app inventory
Experts say embedded device and systems makers are eons behind in secure system design and development maturity
Seeing a lot of dingy, scratched-up photos in your social-network feeds? You can blame the Instagram app.
Pressure to develop applications faster is causing IT departments to realign their strategies
Now available in a first beta release, the next version of this free productivity suite promises improvements across the board
Windows 8 is embracing developers but tablets will never replace laptops
Is Instagram too mainstream for you? Check out five alternative photo filters
This new program from the maker of Firefox aims to deliver tools and education to foster development of the open Web.
IT departments need to accept that social networking is not just recreational, says Peter Coffee
StatCounter has declared Google Chrome the king of all desktop browsers, but NetMarketShare disagrees.
Chrome extension lets you quickly select text and search for it
RIM's future hinges on the QNX code, but can it still make a comeback?
Instagram users unsure about a Facebook future have plenty of options, especially on the iOS platform
Some opt to have a mobile site, with no Flash enabled, and a main site with all the whiz-bang required.
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Many presenters at the annual Where conference aren't looking for profits