SevOne has made a free, scale-limited version of its virtual network performance management tool available to the general public, and is planning an official roll-out for Wednesday.
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said his company does not plan to create a Facebook-branded smartphone during a conference call with financial analysts and reporters this week.
People just love the Nexus 7. Love it down to its grippy white back panel. And that's actually causing problems.
A new technology partnership between Riverbed and Juniper will see the latter license Riverbed's application delivery controller for use in its enterprise networking gear -- for a $75 million fee.
For most of us, subtitles are what we use to understand what's going on in Kung Fu movies and Aaron Sorkin shows -- but a new invention from developer Will Powell is bringing them to new venues.
A lineup of "network packet brokering" gear from VSS Monitoring could provide a new way to consolidate and manage the growing number of network appliances used by modern businesses.
Dell's announcement of a new Big Data Storage Data Retention product highlights anew the company's ongoing transition from consumer hardware manufacturer to business service provider.
While the Google Android's rumour mill doesn't churn quite as hard as that of some other device families, there's still plenty of dessert-flavored mobility news (and potential news) out there.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced that its credit card-sized flagship device has become generally available, and that strict order caps -- which had limited the small computer's usage -- have been lifted.
Aryaka, a WAN optimization startup that relies on cloud-based technology, announced today that it has finished a $25 million series C venture funding round.
Network visibility vendor Gigamon filed documents with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday indicating that the company plans an initial public offering worth as much as $100 million, though that figure could change before the IPO is made official.
New research from Nielsen indicates that Android products now account for more than half of the smartphones in use in the U.S. market, and that 54% of those who purchased smartphones in June 2012 opted for an Android device.
A hacked Colombian Transport website has been rigged to deliver a malware payload that is able to target Mac OS, Windows and even Linux systems, according to a report from F-Secure.
An AI that can watch two-minute videos of some simple board games being played, learn the rules, and then play against human opponents has been developed by Lukasz Kaiser, a researcher at Paris Diderot University.
HP has announced that it is planning to make four new all-in-one desktop PC models available in August and September, upgrading its existing lineup and bringing touchscreen technology to machines outside of its HP TouchSmart line.