A lot of VMware’s recent announcements aren’t thrilling its partners and vendors.
VMware claims to be giving its customers an express lane to the cloud. Less clear is whether they’ll take it.
VMware takes virtualization beyond compute, now in the realm of networking.
Should Microsoft keep going as is under new management?
In a world where an outrageous number of people may be vying for your attention, automating your own personal interface could help.
The fast, popular—and open-source—NGINX web server is now available as a commercial product for high-traffic sites.
With PC, print and enterprise revenue falling, can one small server turn into a giant leap for HP?
Its author cites the NSA’s email dragnet as the reason for shuttering her techno-legal blog.
Middle school is a time of change. Here’s how to anticipate your student’s changing technology needs.
When was the last time you scanned a QR code?
Getting your kids ready for grade school? Here are some tech tips to help prepare them for the year ahead.
Update: When international—and domestic—customers avoid U.S. cloud services, the damages will be costly. Possibly near $200 billion.
Now you can scope out iOS 7 without risking your iOS device.
People are fussing that Google is apparently throwing Gmail users under the bus. But Google’s not saying anything new here.
Microsoft shows off some numbers, and one reveals very much.
The browser bundle promises circumvention of blocked sites—including, naturally, the Pirate Bay.
Google wades into MariaDB, making it latest pawn in chess game against Oracle.
Feedly offers a subscription service, but are the features worth it for most potential subscribers?
With a quick Google search and a little bit of time, nearly anyone can build their own botnet. Cry havoc!
After three months and 3,095 images, XKCD’s auto-updating panel “Time” concludes.