No iPad 3 for 2011?

Maria Pila | August 16th

Apple was supposedly set to launch its iPad 3 in the second half of 2011 with a supply volume of 1.5-2 million units in the third quarter and 5-6 million in the fourth quarter,...»

Kid Tech Gets the Royal Treatment

Kristina Farrah | August 16th

On-demand internet streaming media provider Netflix has rolled out its kids-only section. This division allows children to watch movies without making parents anxious over the possibly of inappropriate content appearing in a search, as it...»

Nutanix Debuts Rounded-Out VMware Server

Maria Deutscher | August 16th

Startup Nutanix announced its first product, a virtualized server it named Complete Cluster. The 2U or 3.5 inch high VMware-based box comes equipped with four x86 nodes, each containing eight 8 Intel Xeon processors that...»

Lead Up to VMworld: 5 Issues to Follow – What Will be the Hot Button?

Alex Williams | August 16th

In the lead up to VMworld we are looking at some of the top issues we expect to unfold at the event. The following are five discussions we expect to hear about. These are based on...»

AT&T Sells $5B in Bonds, T-Mobile Acquisition Still Under Fire

Val Galin | August 16th

Just months ago, AT&T announced its plan to acquire T-Mobile for a huge amount of $39 billion.  And now, the second-largest U.S. wireless carrier is offering a three-part, $5 billion worth of bonds...»

Samsung Tablet European Ban Lifted Except in Germany

Mellisa Tolentino | August 16th

A European injunction filed by Apple last week prevented Samsung from selling the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in countries belonging to the European Union.  But as of today, the ban has been lifted, except in...»

Windows 8 is Coming, but What’s Next for Microsoft’s Cloud?

Phoebe Mandap | August 16th

Earlier this summer Microsoft stirred rumors about the launching of its newest operating system, Windows 8.  A preview of the new OS has been showed to demonstrate the user experience.  Based on forecasts,...»

Obama Administration Drafts a Road Map for National Cybersecurity Workforce

Kristina Farrah | August 16th

An announcement made by the Obama administration Friday details an extensive plan for a national cybersecurity workforce drafted by a branch of the Commerce Department, the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education, or NICE. As of now, there’s no...»

Facial Recognition Digilantes Ditch London Riot Project

Kristina Farrah | August 16th

Not too long ago, digital vigilantes in the UK formed a group to help authorities identify London rioters and put together a facial recognition app. Their initial claim of being able to match images taken during the riot...»

The “What Ifs” Of Google-Motorola Deal: Will it Even Happen?

Mellisa Tolentino | August 16th

The internet is abuzz regarding the Google-Motorola deal since being made public yesterday.  Some are just curious while some are more analytical and are actually scrutinizing the deal and its probable effect on other mobile...»