Organisations’ storage requirements are exploding. But IT managers, infrastructure managers and storage engineers aren’t just dealing with storing the massive amounts of data that businesses are generating.
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A suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing on Monday has reportedly been arrested, according to numerous news agencies, although there were conflicting reports about the status of the investigation.
A fixed camera at IDG's Boston offices captured the moment two explosions rocked the finish line of today's Boston Marathon. The camera shakes slightly and then smoke envelopes the view.
Verizon this morning announced that it had doubled the capacity of its Canberra data centre, bringing the total floor space of its Australian data centres to 6900 square feet.
Google has released what it calls a "fresh look" for Google Play, with a goal of making a purchase quick and easy.
BlackBerry today reported a return to operating profit for its fourth quarter amid sales of 1 million Z10 smartphones. But there was also a decline of 3 million global subscribers, down to 76 million.
Samsung's next-generation Galaxy S4 smartphone is being unveiled Thursday night in New York City. The event starts at 7 p.m. ET.
Research In Motion's long-anticipated release of its BlackBerry 10 OS at 10 a.m. ET today could be a make or break moment for the company.
Apple today doubled the maximum storage space of its fourth-generation iPad to 128GB, and announced it would start selling the new tablet next week.
Computerworld reporters have been roaming around the 2013 CES show this week, video cameras in hand, to give you an idea of what the big event is all about.
Fabless semiconductor maker Wilocity and Qualcomm announced at CES what they're calling the first multi-gigabit wireless chipset reference architecture based on the new WiGig 60GHz and 802.11ad standards for high-speed downloads, docking, networking.
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A 25-year-old Sydney man has been charged with allegedly causing millions of dollars in damage to Telstra's telephone cables on the Northern Beaches, NSW during September and November 2012.