Michael Cooney

Michael Cooney is a Senior Editor with Network World who has written about the IT world for more than 25 years. He can be reached at michael_cooney@idg.com.

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IBM: AI, IoT, and nanotech will literally change the way we see the world

IBM: AI, IoT, and nanotech will literally change the way we see the world

IBM holds its 9th 'Five Innovations that will Help Change our Lives within Five Years' -- and none of its predictions sounds like science fiction

SDN groups team up to promote standards, open software development

SDN groups team up to promote standards, open software development

Software Defined Networking standard bearer, the Open Networking Foundation (ONF) and ON.Lab have merged with designs on further pushing SDN benchmarks and open source software development of the technology.

New Ethernet standard brings 5X the speed without cable changes

New Ethernet standard brings 5X the speed without cable changes

IEEE P802.3bz defines 2.5Gbase-T and 5Gbase-T, boosting the current top end speed of traditional Ethernet five-times

Brocade's big new router is all about network size, automation

Brocade's big new router is all about network size, automation

The Brocade SLX 9850 expands the Brocade routing family and offers 15x more total capacity than the current Brocade MLXe box

The weirdest, wackiest, and coolest sci/tech stories of 2016 (so far!)

The weirdest, wackiest, and coolest sci/tech stories of 2016 (so far!)

Here's a look at everything from fireworks displays in space to Starship Enterprise remakes and mermaid robots

Cisco patches critical exposure in management software

Cisco patches critical exposure in management software

Vulnerability in Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) Performance Manager software could let an authenticated, remote attacker execute commands

What’s hot at Cisco Live

What’s hot at Cisco Live

Cisco security heats up, as does its relationship with VMware; all about chat bots, Maroon 5 and Elle King too.

The weirdest, wackiest, and coolest sci/tech stories of 2015

The weirdest, wackiest, and coolest sci/tech stories of 2015

Advancements in renewable energy, robot capabilities, and space exploration are some of the ways science and technology moved forward this year

NASA Hubble: Taking the best shots for 25 years

NASA Hubble: Taking the best shots for 25 years

From the 'Pillars of Creation' to the Andromeda galaxy, the Hubble Space Telescope has captured amazing images in the last 25 years

A look at the FBI’s big, bad identification system

A look at the FBI’s big, bad identification system

Next Generation Identification uses a variety of high-tech tools and algorithms to deal with criminal behavior

IRS warns of 'Dirty Dozen' tax scams for 2014

Identity theft, phone scams, and phishing lead the dirty list of tax scams

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