Microsoft's new Open Technologies unit to advance company's interests in the open-source market
The announcement last week that the Wikimedia Foundation will switch from Google Maps to OpenStreetMap for its cartographic needs marks the latest in an increasingly long line of high-profile defections.
If you like the idea of going to an orchestra concert but hate the thought of having to watch flesh-and-blood musicians perform (two words: spit valve), an event called SLEO may have you covered.
Designing a Windows 8 Metro interface for the Mozilla browser "extremely important," platform engineer says.
Given that cloud computing is still emerging, it shouldn't come as a surprise that opinions vary widely on the best way to architect the storage.
The news that Google's Chrome browser had briefly surpassed Internet Explorer, based on data compiled by StatCounter, as the most-used on the web last weekend may have taken some by surprise, but this writing has been on the wall for some time.
They might be retro, but they're still useful -- and business cards offer an opportunity to make a memorable impression through a creative approach.
Amazon's EC2 relies on a whopping volume of servers to manage and maintain users' storage, Accenture Research estimates.
No earth-shaking changes, but Mozilla's minor Firefox upgrades could add up.
A recent survey of the IBM SHARE user group found just 25% of respondents were collecting data from social media networks for business purposes, though many more are planning to do so in the near future.
OpenStreetMap is now supplying the maps underlying the location-based service FourSquare -- except on smartphones.
Articles by Jon Gold