Don't-Miss Storage & Networking Stories
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency this week released the third draft of the Energy Star 2.0 specification for servers, which is expected to be finalized...
UPDATE: The amount of wireless spectrum Verizon, T-Mobile, and other companies hold directly affects the speed, reach and strength of wireless service that can be offered to consumers.
Tunneled Direct Link Setup can improve performance for applications such as media streaming.
Apple is doing its best to yank its latest series of "Genius" ads -- which were widely derided for being silly and patronizing -- from the Internet.
The consumer advocacy group says carriers have marketed 4G in ways that are "deceptive and confusing."
Researchers hope they can sharply reduce the number of car accidents by enabling vehicles to communicate with each other -- and they're putting the theory to the test in Ann Arbor, Mich.
Industrial Ethernet switches and other devices produced by industrial networking equipment manufacturer RuggedCom contain a vulnerability that could be exploited...
The plans are truly unlimited, with no data caps or throttling of download speeds taking place.
Google has a new API that IT administrators can use to simplify and automate the management of end user licenses for Google Drive and Maps Coordinate.
Security experts are making the strong argument to turn off mobile devices' GPS functions unless really needed.
Amazon Web Services has announced Glacier, a low-cost storage service that has been customized for data archiving and backup.
The America's Cup teams employ sensors, on-board computers and wireless networks to help maximize performance.
Are iPhone owners more impressionable to mobile ads than their Android counterparts?