Pebble Steel classes up the smartwatch
When the original Pebble smartwatch debuted, it was a solid piece of Kickstarter-funded hardware in desperate need of software upgrades to enable most of its features.
Apple looks a lot like Microsoft: Pro
Ben Reitzes of Barclays has been bullish on Apple for the past 10 years, but that changed Thursday.
Computer Science And Information Technology Programs Added To Grand Canyon University's Degree Offerings
PHOENIX, March 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Grand Canyon University is expanding its STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) offerings with two new degree programs in computer science and information technology for the fall of 2014. The two Bachelor of Science degrees, each with three emphases, will prepare students for a variety of technical and entrepreneurial careers, while integrating ...
IT Operations Management System automates cloud workloads.
Combining ORSYP software components and Consulting Service, Workload Automation for the Cloud Packaged Services help enterprises adapt to hardware-based, virtualized, and public Cloud deployment models. Distributed architecture provides each Cloud application server with autonomy it needs to automate IT workload. Using advanced Web Services capabilities, workloads generated by on-premises ...
Key federal agencies struggle with data deluge, planning reports show
The federal agency that tracks money-laundering says it can’t keep up with the amount of information it receives. A report from FINTRAC outlines the agency’s plans to update the software and hardware it uses to follow the flow […]
This ink turns your home printer into a circuit board factory
"If a startup wants to develop hardware, it is generally more difficult to find a circuit designer than a programmer." Shinya Shimizu wants to change all that by printing circuit boards on bits of paper. If you're wondering what that looks like in action, check out his company AgIC Inc's Kickstarter page and a video showing what happens when you make a paper plane using the technique. It flies ...
Marvell launches a hardware platform for web developers
Govt to spend $6.4 billion on IT services in 2014: Gartner
The Indian Government will reportedly shell out 6.4 billion dollars on IT products and services in 2014, marking an increase of 4.3% over 2013, research firm Gartner said.