Feds Developing Cloud Security Program
Proposed FedRAMP effort would make it easier for federal agencies to overcome compliance hurdles and participate in the Obama administration's drive toward the cloud.
Harbinger Plans LTE Network
The company plans to use a combination of terrestrial base stations and SkyTerra satellites to deliver Long Term Evolution services to wireless providers.
CA Completes 3Tera Acquisition
The purchase of 3Tera, a supplier of application packaging for the cloud, is CA's third acquisition of a cloud computing startup this year.
More Want iPad Than Kindle
Consumer interest in e-readers and tablets has risen dramatically, fueled largely by the publicity surrounding the iPad.
Sprint, Verizon Prepping 4G Announcements
The leading 4G service providers are hoping to grab attention at CTIA this week, Sprint by unveiling its first WiMax handset, and Verizon for details on its nationwide LTE rollout.
Amazon Launches Kindle For Mac
The Apple Mac software expands the number of devices on which e-books bought from Amazon can be read, which now include the iPhone, BlackBerry, and Kindle reader.
Facebook Tops Google For First Time
The ubiquitous social networking platform continues to grow like wildfire and last week unseated Google as the Web traffic leader for the first time since 2007.
How To Go Viral In 140 Characters Or Less
For businesses, short status updates have turned into the quickest and most efficient means to reach customers and if those updates go viral you can attract throngs of followers.
AT&T Adds Web Services For Feature Phones
The company is launching quick messaging devices, inexpensive phones with an online address book, messaging, and the ability to share photos and video with friends or social networks.
Google China Shutdown Almost Certain
Reports indicate that Google.cn could go dark in a matter of weeks, news that has brightened the financial prospects of Google's rivals in China.
Ruckus Intros $500 802.11n APs
With the ZoneFlex 7300 midrange access points, Ruckus is trying to differentiate its enterprise 802.11n product on both price and performance.
China Warns Google To Obey Law
Promising consequences if Google flouts China's censorship laws, Chinese authorities also chide the U.S. for its human rights record.