IBM has expanded two products in its Spectrum line of software-based storage offerings to allow customers to build hybrid storage systems by combining in-house Spectrum deployments with IBM Cloud storage services.
Salesforce is updating its user interface, offering customers a modern cross-platform design with greater flexibility.
Facebook reveals techniques it used to reduced the number of elusive memory errors that would crash its iOS app
An ex-Googler is writing a file system, Bcachefs, to match the speed of traditional Linux file systems with the advanced scalability and reliability of newer file systems.
Open source software vendor Mesosphere plans to release a stack of integrated software that would make it easy for enterprises to capture data in real time and analyze it on the fly.
Facebook has released as open source a library it uses to generate code, called Codegen, providing a way for outside programmers to automate some of the routine work they do when creating large programs.
Microsoft has released a technical preview of the first publically available version of Windows Server Containers, which will be built into Windows Server 2016, the next version of Microsoft's operating system for servers.
Google Distinguished Engineer Amin Vahdat presents how Google scaled its data center at the ACM SIGCOMM conference.
It's for Android devices and available currently in four languages: Bengali, Brazilian Portuguese, English and Indonesian
A Reuters article quoted anonymous sources saying Kaspersky tagged benign files as dangerous, possibly harming users.
Google Cloud Dataflow and Google Pub/Sub are both now available as commercial services
The GitHib desktop can branch copies of a software project and then merge user changes back into the project
Microsoft's Patch Tuesday for August contains critical patches for Windows, Internet Explorer and Microsoft Office.
Oracle's head of security advised customers not to submit bug reports from third-party security analysis tools and services
The company claims the cause of the vulnerability lies in how the software stack was assembled by Chrysler.