Sources told CRN on Friday that VMware is developing a public cloud solution to compete with Microsoft's Azure and Amazon's EC2 services.
Microsoft promised Windows Azure users affected by last weeks outage compensation for the down time in a blog entry posted today.
Two of Microsoft's major online offerings, Office 365 and Bing, saw service interruptions in the last two days.
Nvidia granted access to the open beta for its PC-tuning program, the GeForce Experience, this Thursday with support for 41 games.
Security Explorations researcher Adam Gowdiak posted a message on Friday stating that his team had discovered not one, not two, but three security holes in Java's latest version.
Mega, a cloud storage site and successor to closed file-hosting site MegaUpload, launched today, garnering 250,000 users in its first two operating hours.
A user on the XDA Developers forum may have discovered a simple trick to improve the touch response on Microsoft's Surface tablet.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) warned Americans on Friday about a dangerous flaw in Java's latest version.
According to an early CES scoop, Vizio will be refreshing its PC offerings with touchscreen hardware and Windows 8.
On Friday, the United States and Russia came to an agreement on an Intellectual Propert Rights (IPR) Action Plan to escalate anti-piracy efforts.
A post on Google's Policy by the Numbers blog this week indicated that the amount of copyright takedown requests grew ten times between May and November.
After two full days of a complete internet blackout, service has been restored to the majority of the country, although violence continues.
The Wall Street Journal confirmed this week the timing of an upcoming meeting between U.S. and EU officials regarding Google's search dominance.
Apple wants to widen the scope of its case against Samsung to include the Galaxy S3 Mini, the Galaxy Note 2, the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 and more.
According to technology research firm Gartner, Samsung outsold Apple and Nokia to claim the highest sales numbers for the third quarter of 2012.
Paul Thurrot, tech blogger and Microsoft insider, reported on Friday that Windows 8 PC sales have fallen well below Microsoft's expected target.
HootSuite mistakenly sent out emails containing private email addresses thanks to a glitch with the integration of Seesmic.
The Internet Archive announced that as of its event on Oct. 25, its records of web total ten petabytes of data.
Microsoft recently updated its Windows Store policy to include the sale of games rated Mature by the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB).
Apple has reportedly started construction on a new $68 million data center that will be entirely powered by local renewable energy sources.
Amid all of the high-tech gadgetry to appear at IFA this past week were a few smaller developers whose products broke through the chatter, like Hi-Fun with its phone call glove.