Archives: September 2013

How the government shutdown will affect tech

September 30, 2013
Here's the list of which tech-related government functions will go offline if the plug is pulled and which will continue to work
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HP's Open Ecosystem for SDN isn't just about SDN

September 30, 2013
App store ecosystem allows new ways to monetize and distribute apps for HP's SDN solutions
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Microsoft admits Security Essentials offers bare-bones protection by design

September 30, 2013
The company has exerted little effort in advising vulnerable users to look to third-party offerings for greater protection
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More reason for optimism about Windows 9

September 30, 2013
Unexpected signs of intelligence in new Windows development effort could point toward a long-overdue renovation
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Google's new 'Hummingbird' algorithm is about queries, not just SEO

September 27, 2013
Tweaks to the way the search engine processes questions as queries show Google's evolution into natural-language AI system
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Congrats, Team Oracle -- now let's get back to technology

September 27, 2013
Larry Ellison's OpenWorld no-show was not the vote of confidence customers needed in Oracle's race for in-memory databases and the cloud
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Don't mess with Martha (Stewart): Patent troll's suit met with countersuit

September 27, 2013
Lodsys got a nasty surprise when it sued Martha Stewart Living, and other firms are opting to fight back too
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Bad news: iOS 7's HTML5 is full of bugs

September 27, 2013
'This is the buggiest Safari version since 1.0,' says one HTML5 development expert
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Carbon nanotube computer hints at silicon's super-low-power successor

September 26, 2013
Swapping carbon for silicon is still a long way off, though, and processor makers have plenty of tricks left
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There's reason to hope Windows 9 will be better

September 26, 2013
Microsoft's new head of operating systems group, Terry Myerson, gets it. But will he have the fortitude -- and backing -- to build a better Windows?
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