Net Nanny to Launch on Android, iOS at CES

Kristen Nicole | January 9th

Net Nanny, a provider of online parental activity control and monitoring tools, is adopting mobile trends in the consumer electronics space. The company revealed Android and iOS versions of its product, featuring a long...»

Connected Tech : 2012’s New Health Buddy

Phoebe Mandap | January 9th

Welcome to the year of the dragon.  Everybody was busy during the holidays - decorating, buying gifts, shopping, traveling, cooking, and attending parties.  It was a nice reprieve before new year's guilt sets in, as we...»

WriteRoom Tops This Week’s iPad, Android Tablet Business Apps

Maria Deutscher | January 8th

This week’s featured app is WriteRoom. The app offers a minimalistic interface with plenty of functionality, and does its job well. It provides a distraction-free zone for the user to write down his or her...»

Your Ultimate Guide to CES 2012

Mellisa Tolentino | January 7th

The International Consumer Electronics Show is an annual technology-related trade show owned and produced by the Consumer Electronics Association.  It is held each January in the Las Vegas Convention Center, Las...»

This Week in Cloud: Microsoft Platforms, Services Prevail

Maria Deutscher | January 7th

The past week featured a handful of notable cloud news items, with the first one coming from Microsoft’s direction. The software maker has been gradually pushing into mobility and the cloud with Windows Phone 7...»

Where Systems Integrators Fit in the Future of Enterprise Open Source

Klint Finley | January 6th

A few months ago Karl Flinders at Computer Weekly asked whether systems integrators were slowing the adoption of open source in the UK government. Flinders wrote about how even though open source would seem like...»

Ubuntu TV – The Potential CES Dark Horse?

Alex Williams | January 6th

We don't know what Canonical will launch next week at CES. For its part, Canonical is saying that it will show the latest in desktop, cloud and demonstrations on Ubuntu One, plus an exclusive Ubuntu...»

Rackspace Open Sources Dreadnot, a DevOps Deployment Tool Written in Node.js

Klint Finley | January 6th

Today Rackspace announced that it is open sourcing Dreadnot, a tool for automating and monitoring deployments with support for multiple regions. The project, which was heavily influenced by Etsy's Deployinator, was built in ...»

Oracle Snatches up Another Key HP Exec.

Maria Deutscher | January 6th

Oracle and HP have a very complicated relationship, even when one puts aside the occasional lawsuits and various accusations each titan’s spokespeople release on a fairly consistent basis. One aspect of that is represented by Oracle’s...»

Cloudant Plans to Shift Focus to Apache CouchDB and Merge Features from BigCouch

Klint Finley | January 6th

The drama regarding the future of Apache CouchDB is winding down and looks to have a happy ending. Following Couchbase's announcement that it is discontinuing its own distribution of CouchDB, Cloudant announced that it is...»