How OpenFlow Changes Networking
OpenFlow is a new standard made for virtualized server environments. It is a software-defined way of controlling network traffic, completely changing their architecture. BigSwitch, one of the early players, shows us at the Valley View Whiteboard.
NASA Spacecraft Set To Orbit Moon
The two spacecraft in the GRAIL mission aim to create a new gravity map of the moon. They will go into orbit one after the other on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.
Citrix Receiver One Answer to BYOD
Desktop virtualization tools like Citrix Receiver give employee-owned iOS and Android devices access to Microsoft Office apps and data.
Congress Funds Exascale Computing
The race is on for exascale computing, and Congress sees keeping the U.S. in the hunt as an imperative for long-term American competitiveness.
Android Lost Ground In November
After two years on the rise, Google declined in mobile ad impressions in November. Will the Kindle Fire reverse the recent trend?
5 Biggest Mobile Stories Of 2011
From mergers to phones, wireless technologies, and mobile operating systems, 2011 was an explosive one for the mobile industry. Here are the five biggest stories of the year.
Data Tiering By Storage Location
Tiering systems in the future will move data within storage systems, to different storage systems, and even into the server hosting the application.
Sprint Pulls Carrier IQ Software
The carrier has disabled Carrier IQ's software and reportedly instructed all of its hardware partners to no longer build the software into Sprint handsets.
Google In 2012: 10 Predictions
The year to come will see Google circling its wagons to defend its search business and pressing its advantage through Chrome and Android.