IPO Websites’ Speed Test; Fusion-io Oddly Fails

Cherr Aira | July 16th

There seems to be a bridge now connecting the tech community and IPOs—a channel that has seen a lot of freshly paved passages in the last two to three months.  The majority of high profile...»

This Week in the Cloud: From vSphere 5.0 to Dropbox

Maria Deutscher | July 16th

This week featured several major developments from the enterprise to the consumer cloud, first and foremost the announcement that VMware vSphere 5.0 will be available in late August. The cloud OS features several improvements to...»

Android is Good Business for Google, and Oracle Too

Maria Deutscher | July 16th

Android has grown from being the underdog of the smartphone industry to the number one mobile platform in terms of market share, and it seems Google has managed to maintain this momentum. This week several...»

NordicANGLE: How a Wider Market Influences Game Developers

Maria Deutscher | July 15th

The Nordic region, and in particular Finland, has spurred several major game development studios that are responsible for some of the most popular titles on the globe. This is apparently because the local companies are designing their...»

Dell Thanks Enterprise Services for Improved Earnings

Maria Deutscher | July 15th

Electronics giant Dell reported results for its fourth quarter 2010 today. Revenue was $15.7 billion, up 5 percent year-over-year and 2 percent compared to the previous quarter.  Brian Gladden, Dell’s CFO, said that this...»

Can Social Media Beat Customer Service? This Infographic Says Yes.

Jennefer Almirante | July 15th

ClickFox, a pioneer of customer experience analytics (CEA) solutions, conducted a survey to assess the potential cost savings from addressing customer service issues via...»

So,What Went into Making SkyDrive’s Web Page So Fast?

Steven Hodson | July 15th

One of the more interesting things that Microsoft has been doing lately is providing some nicely detailed background on the work that has gone into re-designing some of its web services. The latest one to get...»

Pentagon Officials Announce Breach of over 24,000 Files In Recent Cyberattack

Kyt Dotson | July 15th

In what will probably just be seen alongside this year’s string of high-visibility hacks against U.S. government targets, a top Pentagon official acknowledged Thursday that the Department of Defense has suffered one of the most damaging cyberattacks in...»

Oracle Demands Personal Court Appearance from Larry Page

Maria Pila | July 15th

Just last month Oracle filed a document with the California District Court, asking Google for $2.6 million in claims over patent infringement. Weeks ago, Google responded by filing a document that Oracle may...»