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How can organizations embrace - instead of brace for - the rapidly intensifying collision of public and private clouds, HPC environments and Big Data? The current go-to solution for many organizations is to run these technology assets in siloed, specialized environments.
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CHIPMAKER Intel has shipped an Android software development kit x86 system image with Google API support for devices powered by its Atom mobile chip.
The range of computing products based on IntelA architecture goes beyond PCs and servers and extends to phones, tablets, consumer electronics devices, and more.
Intel partnered with Oracle to certify compatibility between IntelA Distribution for Apache Hadoop* and Oracle Big Data Connectors*.
When I checked the Intel headlines on Yahoo! Finance, I saw a piece titled, " Intel Has Become An Embarrassment " on The Street.
After claiming in a recent report that the new Asus dual-booting Android/Windows tablet/laptop combo that was announced at CES 2014 may not actually hit stores, Digitimes is back with a second story that says the same thing.
Intel has expanded its Bay Trail-M series of low-power SoCs with three new SKUs: the Celeron N2830, the Celeron N2930, and the Pentium 3530.
According to Christian Post , a July global rollout for the Nexus 8 is now in the works.
Texas Instruments is tapping into the growing trend among enthusiasts who want to make their own wearable devices and small electronics, announcing the Tiva C Series Connected LaunchPad mini-computer.
A total fiasco. If you missed Ed's posts about it yesterday, make sure to read them now - especially the one in which Democrat Mark Udall wonders if the CIA monitored investigative activity by the committee with Obama's knowledge .
As Russia stands poised to formally take over the Ukrainian peninsula of Crimea, members of Congress have rushed to blame the intelligence community for failing to accurately predict the last two weeks' events, a complaint that doesn't hold up under scrutiny.
Exposing a previously unknown weakness in the cryptographic system securing bitcoins, scientists have devised an attack that can steal large amounts of the digital currency when hackers run even unprivileged software on the same computer processing the coins.
While Canberra is busy toasting its 101st birthday over the weekend, CSIRO Discovery will be highlighting the discoveries of our local heroes of science and the arts with a weekend program that "begins with our founding fathers and ends with the next generation of local Einsteins".
I had to chuckle at a line from a story we published Tuesday here at TheStreet about the apparent coup Intel That might be true and all, but how can anybody far enough away from the turnip truck take anything Intel says about "the next big thing" seriously? Here's a company that pathetically missed mobile and still can't find its way.
Intel is on track to supply 40 million tablets with its mobile chips this year, chief executive Brian Krzanich said in an exclusive interview with FOX Business' Liz Claman.
THE INCREASING TENSIONS between Ukraine and Russia have escalated to conflict in cyberspace, with security experts reporting that both Kiev and Moscow are launching various cyber attacks on one another, but Intel Security said that a cyber war hasn't broken out yet.