The Department of Defense began enforcing size limits on mailboxes with the deadline today.
A new company is being created called Alphabet, Inc. which will run Google, Inc. as a wholly-owned subsidiary.
At last year’s HP Discover, the company’s Chief Technology Officer Martin Fink announce an ambitious technology named The Machine. At this year’s HP Discover, he was back with an update.
The keynote for Apple’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference took place yesterday.
DARPA, the R&D branch of the US Department of Defense, is holding the first qualification event today in its Cyber Grand Challenge.
The keynote yesterday was given by Sundar Pichai and others to demonstrate Google’s latest projects with a large focus on Android M, the next interation of the Android operating system.
Earlier this month, popular forum software phpBB announced its plan for future releases and support.
VMware vSphere has reached general availability with version 6.0.
The FCC voted on the topic of Net Neutrality today and passed strong rules to pass the open Internet.
Yesterday, the FCC voted to update that definition in order to keep up with the times and reflect consumer demand. The new standard sets broadband equivalent or greater than 25 megabits per second download and 3 megabits per second upload.
Looking to take on Google Apps and Microsoft’s Office 365/Exchange, Amazon Web Services introduced Amazon WorkMail.
President Obama gave his 2015 State of the Union address last night. In it, there were a few specific mentions of technology that could provide a look at the direction the country is moving.