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ownCloud Contributor Conference to be held ...

Jun 10, 201412 Comments115 Views

Lightning talks, workshops and keynotes will give everyone the opportunity to share what is going on in ownCloud.


Dell launches Android-based Venue tablets a...

Jun 03, 201422 Comments263 Views

Both the Venue 7 and the Venue 8 tablets now run Android 4.4 KitKat and come with budget specifications.


Red Hat Enterprise Linux launched for SAP H...

Jun 03, 201411 Comments204 Views

Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP HANA will be available via SAP-certified hardware appliances from partners.


Is Flounder the codename for upcoming Nexus...

May 09, 2014No Comments50 Views

The folks over at tech site MYCE spotted a potential hardware codename for an unreleased Google device.


You can buy ZTE’s Firefox phone for $...

May 09, 20141 Comment50 Views

Running Firefox OS 1.3, the new phone is an upgraded version of the earlier ZTE Open which was sold for $80 in the US.


Samsung replaces mobile design boss followi...

May 08, 20141 Comment39 Views

The Galaxy S5, which is now available globally, has been criticised due to its lack of eye-popping hardware innovations.


Huawei launches ultra-slim Ascend P7 Androi...

May 08, 20148 Comments71 Views

At 6.5mm slim, Ascend P7 is being touted as one of the slimmest 4G LTE smartphones in the market.


Wind River accelerated virtual switch softw...

May 08, 20142 Comments57 Views

Wind River accelerated vSwitch software delivers 20x the performance of the standard Open vSwitch with no hardware acceleration required.


‘NeRD’ e-reader developed for U...

May 07, 20143 Comments35 Views

The content comprises newer bestsellers and public-domain classics, as well as titles from the Navy reading list.

Google working on Nexus TV?

Project Loon: Google to team up with wirele...

May 07, 2014No Comments42 Views

Instead of paying to license spectrum, the company is planning to work with existing telcos and use their spectrum.