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Micron has announced it's ramping up production of DDR4 memory to support the upcoming Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 Haswell-EP chips.
Lenovo's deal to buy IBM's server business has hit a snag in that the US's most secret computers run on IBM hardware.
Intel is rallying industry and customers around its 100G CLR4 technology, which it wants to be a key part of the data center boom.
The Internet of Things will shake up manufacturers who will have to scrap their current business models if they want to profit, according to analyst company Gartner.
Samsung lawyers have changed their strategy in the war against Apple and are now claiming that the disputed patents are not worth anything.
The US Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has begun working on advanced big data solutions.
Six flaws plugged in its Internetwork Operating System software that could theoretically be exploited by hackers to launch cyber attacks on its customers.
Computing giants Amazon and Microsoft have followed the lead of rival Google by slashing the prices of its cloud services by as much as 65 per cent.
An advertising campaign by Microsoft which attacked the privacy of Gmail has been given the thumbs up by the UK advertising watchdog.
Symantec has fired Chief Executive Steve Bennett as the company faces slumping revenue and a brain drain of top executives.
Adobe forecast current-quarter profit and revenue above analysts' estimates, citing strong demand for its Creative Cloud suite and digital marketing software.
Microsoft has released to manufacturing the latest version of its SQL Server database, SQL Server 2014, and it's pinpointed a date to customers too.
New Android apps and updates were recently blocked from appearing in Google's Play Store after a hacker attacked Google's app publishing system.
Google Docs and Sheets users can now install add-ons that bring new document and spreadsheet-editing capabilities.
A mysterious and nearly invisible piece of malware appears to have been switched on in the Ukraine confirming to security experts that its origin was Russian.
CeBIT 2014 Fujitsu has created an always-on multimedia PC for businesses that features a special power-saving mode.
The development of the cloud is bringing together new business alliances to help companies get the most out of their data.
A long-term iPad user, Delta Air Lines, is ditching its iPads for Microsoft Surface 2 tablets indicating that there is a move away from the iPad in the BYOD market
Microsoft will not be releasing new versions of its on-premises Exchange or SharePoint servers in calendar 2014.
Microsoft is worried that too many people will not have migrated from Windows XP by the time it dies on April 8 and has released a new migration tool.