The iPad will part the waters of the enterprise, and release the pent up frustrations of many, many IT managers. For verily, they will have a device that they won't be able to fix, open up, or throw at their users. It will just be. Be.
Some day, somewhere, someone will buy today's $3 million supercomputer for $19.95 and wear it on their wrist. In the meantime, we dazzle ourselves with IDC's HPC market research.
Amazon EC2 will support Windows Server Enterprise Agreements (EAs) under a new Windows pilot program. You have a short window of opportunity to take advantage.
New York is getting free Wi-Fi courtesy of Time Warner and Comcast. Sarah Palin to blow up Internets on Fox News special.
The first quarter report is out from the UCLA Anderson Forecast and the economic diagnosis is "bipolar." That means economic growth but continuing high unemployment.
UK researchers reckon they are on track to take carbon dioxide from the air and turn it into car fuel.
Wikipedia and YouTube have both experienced outages over the last twenty-four hours.
A pair of security researchers hijacked the entire SMS database of an iPhone in 20 seconds flat at the CanSecWest Pwn2Own hacking contest in Vancouver yesterday.
The world's biggest domain registration company, GoDaddy.com, has said it plans to stop registering domain names in China.
Analysis of a tiny fossil has indicated that a third type of hominin may have lived alongside early humans and Neanderthals in central Asia 40,000 years ago.
An electronic design company called VDIGI has released the world's first HDMI connector designed for the Nintendo Wii, offering upscaled graphics to 1080p.
Microsoft's inventive virtual arcade space launched on Wednesday as scheduled, but its launch didn't go off without a few annoying bugs. Some games were simply "out of service."
91% of Americans now have a mobile phone subscription, over 1 trillion minutes of talk time was logged over wireless networks in the second half of 2009, and cell phone revenue climbed into the dozens of billions of dollars.
A 25-year-old Frenchman has been arrested for trying to gain access to President Barack Obama's official Twitter account, as well as other notable public figures.
AT&T is joining Sprint and Verizon in offering "femtocells," small boxes that increase signal strength in indoor environments, for its wireless customers across the US.
Clearwire CEO Bill Morrow has laid out his vision of how incompatible network technologies such as WiMax and Long Term Evolution (LTE) could eventually converge to form a common standard.
NASA has upgraded its Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity with advanced autonomous capabilities.
Google has introduced a new feature to notify Gmail users of potentially "suspicious" account login activity.
Dear Andy Warhol, please move your famous can of Campbell's tomato soup to make room for the humble and mundane @ symbol in the NYC Museum of Modern Art (MOMA).
A convicted hacker was reportedly paid $75,000 a year by the US Secret Service to operate undercover and inform on bank card thieves.