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The two drives feature USB 3.0 connectivity for transfer rates of up to 5 Gigabits per second.
Look beyond big names like Amazon and Google, and you'll find an entire ecosystem of intriguing, early-stage business services.
The Shack teams with Cricket for month-to-month plans ranging from $25 to $60.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission is getting ready to measure mobile data speeds in a joint project with major carriers and other participants.
D-Link's latest addition to its network-attached storage portfolio, the Cloud Storage 4000, can store up to 16TB of data which can be accessed remotely using...
Oracle said on Tuesday it will continue porting its database and other software to Hewlett-Packard's Itanium server platform after a California judge ruled that...
Analysis: Customers won't come until they're confident that waving their banking app at a point of sale terminal won't open their account to wireless thieves.
A September 5 announcement will reportedly be an Android-powered 4G LTE smartphone that supports NFC and boasts two cameras.
Pirate Bay co-founder Gottfrid Svartholm Warg has been arrested in Cambodia, Sweden's Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Monday.
Smartphones, large TVs, ultraportable hybrids and other new gadgets make their debut, but getting on board with some of these new trends comes at a cost.
IBM and Oracle shared more details this week about new RISC chips they're building for server customers, the Power7+ in the case of IBM and the T5 for Oracle.
The chipmaker may offer an alternative technology to the Qi standard supported by the Wireless Power Consortium.
UK CIOs expect the deskphone to disappear from offices within five years, and the future use of tablets doesn't seem that secure either.
Consumer advocates emphasize how little they know about how mobile firms operate as Commerce Department continues probe of apps amid broader online privacy inquiry.