NASA Vets Lead Rival Cloud Startups
Chris Kemp and Joshua McKenty, original members of NASA's Nebula project, now run competing cloud companies. It's evidence the government can innovate, and that good people are hard to keep.
Windows Phone 30% Of HTC Sales
Despite its distant fourth place position among smartphone platforms, Windows Phone contributes significantly to HTC's top line.
iPhone 5 Demand Surges
Demand for the next-generation iPhone is at an all time high, climbing by 20% in the last two months. according to a new study.
Surfing Naked At Starbucks
Think public Wi-fi is private? Think again--unless you arm yourself with an encrypting proxy server, anyone can see everything you're doing.
Time To Update Firefox--Again
In a bid to become a little more enterprise friendly, Mozilla has decelerated its hectic six-week upgrade cycle--but not by much.
Oracle's Breathless Run To OpenWorld
Oracle's fast, fast, fast server meets a blink-of-an-eye world that can't stop to breathe. But sometimes speed leads to a remarkable discovery.
5 Mobile Security Issues To Watch
Enterprises need to give up some control of devices and focus on what matters--securing the data. Stay on top of these 5 mobile security points.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 And Galaxy Player: Visual Tour
Apple lawsuits haven't stopped Samsung from forging ahead with new additions to its lineup of Galaxy devices: the Galaxy Tab 8.9, a scaled-down version of the existing Galaxy Tab; and the Galaxy Player 4.0 and 5.0 media devices, which are essentially versions of the Galaxy S phones minus the phone components. The Player devices are powered by Android 2.35 ("Gingerbread"), and the Tab by Android 3.1 ("Honeycomb").
That said, the real buzzword for tablets these days no longer starts with an "A" (