Intel is phasing out Atom chips from mobile devices and has scaled back Android development for such devices. But Panasonic has released a Toughbook with the chip and the OS anyways.
Dominic Orr, the president of Aruba, will retire at the end of January in order to spend more time with his family and pursue personal interests, the company announced yesterday.
Software-Defined WAN vendor Viptela today announced industry veteran and former Cisco and Dell EMC executive Praveen Akkiraju will become its new CEO as the company looks to increase its presence in the rapidly-budding market.
Amazon's Echo is hearing you all the time, and that isn't necessarily a good thing. The device can randomly order items you don't want, record conversations, and has raised several privacy concerns.
Recent concessions by Microsoft in the data its Windows 10 "phones home" to company servers won cautious praise from one critic this week.
GoDaddy, one of the world's largest domain registrars and certificate authorities, revoked almost 9,000 SSL certificates this week after it learned that its domain validation system has had a serious bug for the past five months.
President-elect Donald Trump's nominee to head the CIA wants to create a massive surveillance database by resurrecting a U.S. telephone records collection program, but some senators questioned what limits he would accept.
Microsoft is taking another step towards serving workers who aren’t at computers all day with a new Office 365 service launched Thursday. StaffHub, which is part of the company’s enterprise productivity offering, allows managers to set schedules for deskless workers like retail employees and service technicians.
The life of the corporate desktop team can turn into a legal nightmare quickly if end users haven’t agreed that it’s OK for techs to search their machines, something that has come to light in a California child pornography case involving Best Buy’s Geek Squad.
Proposals needed to help secure shared data in remote areas on handheld devices
Nano-RAM, which is based on carbon nanotubes, is now being produced in seven fabrication plants in various parts of the world and is expected to challenge traditional memory and flash for dominance.
Alphabet has shut down its Titan unit that was exploring the use of unmanned aerial vehicles for the delivery of internet services. The Google parent is instead focusing on its balloons-based Project Loon to provide access to remote areas.
How AusCERT helped to tackle the Australian Red Cross Blood Service’s massive data breach.
Cyber security company, Trend Micro, is betting big on IoT and network security, with the channel set to play a major part in its push into the mid-market and enterprise.
Metronode is set to begin construction on new data halls at its Silverwater and Unanderra facilities to accommodate growing demand from the NSW Government.
There is no point putting “lipstick on a pig” by implementing online transactional systems using tired backend infrastructure, says Ian Brightwell.
President-elect Donald Trump plans to consult "the greatest computer minds” for input on bolstering U.S. hacking defenses, as experts say an overhaul to the country's cybersecurity is badly needed.
Queensland-based reseller, Prescience Technology, has been appointed the first nationwide and Oracle approved education reseller and an Oracle approved education centre in Australia.
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise (ALE) has inked a distribution deal with ACA Pacific Technology in Australia.
How one AWS migration expert is shifting its business model to become an IoT aggregator.
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