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  • Opinion: Google Glass mysteries revealed!

    Google made a long list of announcements and revelations about its cyborg eyewear Glass. Google is taking a very conservative, controlling approach to the platform, not unlike another Apple's style.

  • What IBM's x86 exit may mean for rivals

    IBM's reported interest in selling parts of its x86 server business to Lenovo may bring major changes to the global market.

  • With Intel's Otellini out next month, no CEO replacement yet

    Just a month before Paul Otellini steps down as CEO of Intel, the company does not yet have a replacement.

  • Open your data to the world

    Not having an API is becoming like not having a website, but the interface has got to be easy for outside developers to work with.

  • Opinion: Why your clothes need a mobile upgrade

    The clothing most of us wear hasn't changed to keep up with mobile technology. But there are apparel makers that are rising to the challenge.

  • Cloud tools abound. Is enterprise IT ready?

    The sky is the limit for both the number and the types of tools that will eventually help enterprise IT fully embrace the cloud, say industry analysts and cloud integration experts.

  • Top 10 Cloud tools

    Cloud vendors are delivering boatloads of new tools to help enterprise IT build, buy, manage, monitor, tweak and track Cloud services. These tools are designed to help IT execs free up their budgets and their staff so both can be used towards more strategic, line of business projects.

  • Oracle takes apparent step toward standardizing on a single chip design

    Oracle's unveiling of a batch of servers based on new Sparc processors marked what some analysts think is a step toward an expected standardizing of the vendor's two families of Unix servers onto a single chip architecture.

  • Muted excitement for latest Toshiba Android tablet

    Shaw reviews Toshiba's Excite 10 SE tablet and HP's EliteBook Folio 9470m Ultrabook.

  • Muted excitement for latest Toshiba Android tablet

    We review Toshiba's Excite 10 SE tablet and HP's EliteBook Folio 9470m Ultrabook.

  • It's twilight for small in-house data centers

    Virtualization, cloud services and SaaS is making it much easier to shift IT infrastructure operations to service providers, and that is exactly what many users are doing.

  • Who has responsibility for Cloud security?

    As more organisations leverage the Cloud for critical business applications, they are discovering one of the greatest challenges is combining existing internal controls with cloud protection efforts.

  • Sandberg's book prompts discussion on dearth of women in IT

    Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg's belief that the women's revolution has 'stalled' and that 'men still run the world' may hold true in IT.

  • Opinion: 8 myths about the smartwatch revolution

    By the time Apple ships its rumored 'iWatch' smartwatch, it will be entering an already crowded market. That's a good thing, says columnist Mike Elgan.

  • Planck spacecraft offers clues to age, origin of universe

    The Planck space mission has given scientists new information about the age, content and origin of the universe.

  • Facebook's Sandberg stirs debate among women in IT

    Sheryl Sandberg's belief that the women's revolution has 'stalled' and that 'men still run the world' may be true for the tech industry. Women are rejecting IT as a career.

  • Smart apps think (so you don't have to)

    Over the next few years, almost every app we use and every website we visit may function less like a machine and more like a person helping us to do our work and live our lives.

  • Cloud computing's big debt to NASA

    IBM's decision this week to base its cloud services on OpenStack may help establish this open source platform as the standard in enterprises.

  • Tablet Wars: Microsoft Surface RT v. Apple iPad

    The Microsoft Surface running Windows RT is just about everything you'd want in a tablet, but how does it stack up against the market leader, the Apple iPad?

  • Top tech companies plug into renewable power

    Leading tech companies like Microsoft, Google and Apple are making huge inroads in the use of renewable energy for corporate facilities and data centers, but cost and delivery challenges remain.