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  • Capturing the Sochi Winter Olympics in 360-degree panoramas

    The frozen conditions at Sochi, Russia might be tough on camera equipment and photographers but snapping a panoramic Winter Olympics image that is shared around the world online makes it all worthwhile for Getty Images staff.

  • Avaya builds massive Wi-Fi net for 2014 Winter Olympics

    Avaya engineers are putting the final touches on a network capable of handling up to 54Tbps of traffic when the Winter Olympics opens on Feb. 7 in the Russian city of Sochi.

  • Netflix to dump Silverlight, Microsoft's stalled technology

    Netflix plans to abandon Microsoft's Silverlight media player plug-in for Windows and OS X in-browser video streaming, and replace it with a trio of HTML5 extensions.

  • Overcoming volatility with agility

    Computerworld's Premier 100 conference opened Monday with a keynote topic that was close to the hearts of many of the 500 IT professionals in attendance: an obscure acronym called VUCA.

  • London wires up for 2012 Olympic games

    While London's massive Olympic park is still very much a frenetic construction site, IT engineers are fine tuning the equipment that will be used to transmit scores, let athletes send e-mail and transmit high-definition video of the Games.

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