7 reasons Apple should open-source Swift -- and 7 reasons it won't

7 reasons Apple should open-source Swift -- and 7 reasons it won't

Faster innovation, better security, new markets -- the case for opening Swift might be more compelling than Apple will admit

Speed or torque? Linux desktop vs. server distros

Desktop Linux should be shiny and fast, server Linux should be big and practical. Today's mix doesn't work -- here's the remedy...  more

What microservices architecture really means

A new buzzword expresses an old idea -- one that's already accelerating application development through the use of shared services... more

No, Citrix did not kill CloudStack

CloudStack's lifeblood is its user community, so the Citrix shakeup is much ado about nothing... more

A look inside China's most notorious e-waste town

Guiyu is known as the world's largest e-waste site, but is trying to clean up its act... more

11 signs you've been hacked -- and how to fight back

Redirected Net searches, unexpected installs, rogue mouse pointers: Here's what to do when you've been 0wned... more

IDGE Insider CEO interview series with Dell, VMware, HP, and more

Tech's biggest names and news makers sit down with IDGE to discuss the topics and issues affecting their businesses... more

Why HP bought Eucalyptus: An easy way to go hybrid

HP picks up hybrid cloud expertise to round out its growing cloud portfolio -- and a great bargain on the deal... more

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Pyston compiler cranks up Python thanks to LLVM

Dropbox's compiler for Python uses the LLVM to push the language closer to C/C++ speeds, but it's... more

Mobile Edge by Galen M. Gruman

Too big, too small, or just right? Sizing up the iPhone 6 Plus

The 5-5-inch screen makes for one gargantuan... more

Cloud Computing by David Linthicum

The feds are putting your tax dollars to work in the cloud

Cloud providers should copy the National Science... more

Tech's Bottom Line by Bill Snyder

Intel aims to get inside everything, not just PCs

Intel's chips now power all sorts of items you probably didn't expect: beer kegs, big-rig trucks,... more

Strategic Developer by Andrew Oliver

APIs will glue together the Internet of things

The so-called Internet of things can be up close and personal, and APIs are the key to making it... more

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