Top news stories for Wednesday, Nov. 26.
You may have hearing about Docker and how it is revolutionizing cloud computing. For the uninitiated, here is the 7-minute guide to understanding what the hype is all about.
Google Glass has been described as both a work of art and a security nightmare. But it's not the only revolutionary piece of wearable tech raising eyebrows, writes Jenna Puckett.
I still believe that supercomputing benefits the world by encouraging engineers to pursue new definitions of excellence in entirely new ways. As I've mentioned before, faster supercomputing is made slightly faster with incremental improvements to processors, but it's made exponentially faster through improvements to interconnections and networking.
WordPress hosting site WP Engine has discovered that the HipHip Virtual Machine executes PHP commands some 5.6 times faster than a standard PHP interpreter. And Box says it saw the average request latency dropped by a factor of three when it switched to HHVM.
If Aereo isn't around to fight the battle of independent providers of access to content, then will legislators even bother to patch the holes in the law that made Aereo possible?
A genuine movement may be under way in the EU government to define a new kind of "net neutrality" as a system where no single provider of Internet service can leverage its popularity for mere financial gain.
FierceCIO recently spoke with Cisco CIO Rebecca Jacoby for her take on the top trends in IT for 2014, and what she expects will dominate her thoughts in 2015.
According to Microsoft, the 11-hour Azure outage earlier this week is caused by a bad performance update to its storage services.
Has the romance gone out of mobile applications development already? That might seem to be the case, as a new study reveals that the time and money required to build mobile apps are preventing companies from seeing immediate benefits.