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  • Amazon rules Gartner's magical box

    Has there ever been a Gartner Magic Quadrant as lopsided as the one issued this week for cloud infrastructure providers?

  • IBM defends use of temp visa workers

    IBM says the growth in technologies such as cloud, analytics, mobile and security is "exacerbating the skills shortage" in the tech industry, and underscores the need for temporary foreign tech workers.

  • HP's profit slips 21 per cent as services business stumbles

    Hewlett-Packard has reported another drop in quarterly revenue and profit, with a notable 16 percent slide in its enterprise services business.

  • Is Apple planning a 3D printer?

    LONG BEACH, CALIF. -- Speaking here today about the tremendous growth of the 3D printing industry, analyst Terry Wohlers slipped one name into a list of potential machine makers that took some by surprise: Apple.

  • HP sells majority stake of China server, storage business to Tsinghua Holdings

    Hewlett-Packard has sold a majority stake in its China server and storage business to Tsinghua Holdings as they launch a joint venture they expect will boost sales of HP enterprise hardware products in the country.

  • Verizon hit by an 8-hour email outage

    A lot of Verizon's email customers woke up this morning to find that their service was down. And for many, the problem lasted for about 8 hours.

  • Startup Cyber adAPT takes on threat detection

    Cyber adAPT, a startup springing from DARPA funded research, is shipping its first products that detect network compromises and gather data that can be used later for forensic analysis of breaches.

  • Analysis: Huawei takes to the open ROAD

    In 2014, Huawei generated CNY 288,197 million (US$46.5 billion), a year-over-year (YoY) growth of 20.6%. Of that, Huawei invested over 14% of its revenue back into research and development.

  • Fierce smartphone rivalry driving faster chip development, ARM CEO says

    Heated competition in the smartphone and tablet markets has required chip makers to speed up the pace at which they release new processors, the CEO of ARM said in an interview this week.

  • Microsoft issues crash warning with latest Windows 10 update

    Microsoft has released another update for Windows 10, but warned users with an Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) graphics chipset to expect "frequent crashes" of the new Edge browser.

  • Status check on OpenStack: The open source Cloud has arrived

    Piston Cloud Computing was one of the darlings of the OpenStack movement. A founding father of the cloud computing project, it produced one of the first private cloud products based on the open source code.

  • Gartner shows two-horse race in IaaS Cloud: AWS and Microsoft Azure

    Research firm Gartner's annual report card on the public IaaS Cloud computing market shows there is one clear leader Amazon Web Services and another clear challenger Microsoft Azure. And then there is everyone else.

  • The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Wednesday, May 20

    Six from China charged in US IP theft... ARM teams with Unicef on wearables... Microsoft previewing new Office for Android apps... and more tech news.

  • IBM brings OpenStack to its SoftLayer Cloud

    IBM is making it easier for enterprises to move their cloud workloads across different OpenStack deployments, giving them greater flexibility in where they can run their applications.

  • UNICEF, ARM bet on wearables to help the underprivileged

    Wearables are often considered novelty items, but UNICEF believes the devices could revolutionize health and education and improve the lives of millions in developing countries.

  • Utah researchers make light-speed computing breakthrough

    University of Utah researchers are touting an engineering breakthrough that they say could have supercomputers working at the speed of light within three years and other computers including mobile devices doing the same sometime after that.

  • Dell aims new printers at the Cloud

    Dell is taking its printers to the Cloud as people increasingly use smartphones and tablets to access remote documents.

  • This well-funded startup could turn bitcoin mining - and the chip industry - on its head

    A startup company with some very big-name backers has just come out of stealth mode and revealed a business plan that could turn bitcoin mining -- and even the economics of selling chips and smartphones -- on its head.

  • IBM, Deloitte bring Big Data to risk management

    IBM and Deloitte are betting that computers can understand reams of financial regulatory guidelines more thoroughly, and speedily, than humans.

  • Microsoft bars more enterprise devices from seeing Windows 10 upgrade 'nag' campaign

    Microsoft last week modified an update for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 PCs so that fewer business devices will see a campaign hawking the Windows 10 upgrade with on-screen ads.