Rackspace hopes to make it easier to use its OpenStack private cloud offering by partnering with Redapt, a company that procures, configures and ships servers to customers.
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Enterproid is expanding its dual-persona phone platform to include voice through a new deal with BroadSoft.
Nimbula is hoping to better serve enterprises with version 2.0 of its operating system, which adds compatibility with VMware's hypervisor and other new features.
Hewlett-Packard announced plans to release the code behind webOS this September under the Apache License 2.0.
Uptime Software is the latest company aiming to help eliminate bill shock for cloud users.
Cloudscaling plans to introduce on Monday an OpenStack-based platform that enterprises can use to build private clouds.
The New York Attorney General settled an antitrust case it brought against Intel in 2009, the chip maker announced on Thursday.
As patent infringement lawsuits continue to pile up in the mobile industry, Google, Apple and Microsoft appear to be trying individually to reassure regulators and standards bodies that they won't use their patents to build a monopoly, experts said.
Femtocell developer Airvana is charging Ericsson with breaching their contract over femtocell technology, in a <a href="http://www.airvananetworksolutions.com/default/assets/File/document.pdf">lawsuit</a> filed in the Supreme Court of the State of New York.
Google on Tuesday began offering a beta version of its Chrome browser for Android phones, finally beginning the move to unify its computer, tablet and mobile phone browsers.
Hewlett-Packard's LoadRunner performance validation software will become available on a hosted basis through HP partners, the company announced Tuesday.
Cloudyn is launching a hosted service on Monday that aims to monitor a company's cloud usage and recommend ways to optimize that usage in order to cut costs.
Steve Appleton, chairman and CEO of memory and semiconductor maker Micron, was killed in a small plane accident in Boise, Idaho, on Friday.
Apple on Friday removed some of its products from its online store serving Germany due to a court injunction in its dispute with Motorola, but shortly after it removed the products a suspension of that injunction allowed Apple to again start selling them.
Sprint is rolling out one of the lowest cost tablets on the market -- a ZTE tablet with midrange specs -- but you'll have to sign a two-year service contract to get the low US$100 price tag.