EA Games, one of the largest game developers/publishers, has announced that currently, there are no games in development for the Wii U, Nintendo’s latest game console that has yet to capture the hearts of gamers.
Hewlett-Packard made the most out of its Interop conference last week. The hardware behemoth introduced a set of software-defined networking solutions that offer extended support for OpenFlow and bandwidth intensive technologies such as Hadoop. The...»
It’s official, Google has announced its game center, the Google Play Games services, but it comes with a price: Google is killing off Google+ Games on June 30, 2013.
Anyone who enjoys playing games on Google+...»
On the last day of ServiceNow's annual Knowledge 13 event, it was time to meet the winners of the Hackathon contest. Jeff Frick's guests on theCube were Hackathon winners Robert Fedoruk and Adam Mason, who...»
Have you ever tried installing a piece of open source software and been put off by the three pages 'how-to install' tutorial? Why can't we install server applications in one-click, just like we do from a mobile app-store?...»
The 6th annual Google I/O developer conference just kicked off at Moscone Center in San Francisco, Apparently, the search giant will be hosting numerous technical sessions and demonstrations of its products, along with new technology enhancements. The...»
At Google I/O 2013, the search giant announced three things...»
Microsoft has released version 3 of WebMatrix, a set of free tools to create, publish and maintain web sites. The new version of WebMatrix Web Development Tools 3 contains a number of changes designed to make developers...»
Druva, Sunnyvale-based provider of endpoint data management solutions for enterprise laptops, PCs, smartphones, and tablets, has come out with a new service that eliminates hours that IT spends on backup and restore for all corporate devices, such as...»
IT Operations Management in the industry is changing across the spectrum. As DevOps takes root as a movement, it certainly appears that we are at the thin end of what will become a...»