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Apple has approached over a dozen high-flying musicians in an attempt to sign them up to exclusive Beats streaming deals.
IBM's cloud leader Robert LeBlanc talks about IBM's cloud future, why public infrastructure-as-a-service matters to Big Blue and hybrid deployments led by analytics.
In an effort to boost flagging share prices, activist investor Jana Partners has asked the chip maker to divide its chip and patent licensing businesses.
BitTorrent's peer-to-peer browser from its Project Maelstrom has hit beta, offering publishers a new way of distributing content without relying on a web server.
With the Geode debut, Pivotal is reiterating promises it made in February to open source certain core components of its big data portfolio.
Servers in the Netherlands have been seized, with additional servers taken down in the US, Russia, Luxembourg, and Poland in Interpol's global operation to tackle the Simda botnet.
With a minimum of fuss over the weekend, the Linux kernel has moved onto its 4.x series, while elementary has had its first major stable release since mid-2013.
Hobart Airport's website remains out of operation following an online attack early on Sunday morning that saw it defaced with pro-Islamic State messages.
APT30, a Chinese government-sponsored group, has been spying on South-East Asian governments and commercial entities as well as journalists for the last decade, a new report from FireEye has claimed.
US-listed online store JD.com is suspected of leaking customers' details to scammers, and is consequently facing a potential lawsuit.
Negotiations loom between network operator Chorus and New Zealand government company Crown Fibre Holdings over the future of a stranded fibre connection fund.
The company hopes to expand the base of developers working on 3D mobile sensing by reducing the price of entry to $512.
Telstra and NBN Co have reached a confidential settlement in their dispute over the value of their AU$11 billion deal.
Australian-listed telecommunications provider M2 will buy New Zealand's third-largest internet service provider.
When Amazon releases the financial picture for Amazon Web Services it'll be clear how scale matters for infrastructure as a service.
In the wake of the Paris terrorist attacks, France's intelligence agencies are pushing for greater powers. But that in turn is driving some of the country's most loyal companies away.
Samsung and HTC already revealed 2015 flagships, all three versions are available now, and LG looks to be announcing the G4 at the end of the month.