There’s a cloud option out there for almost every IT workload, but a survey from the Uptime Institute indicates that about two-thirds of enterprise computing is still done in company-owned data centers.
Stories by Jon Gold
Electronic instruments, cool cases, and the latest rival to the Raspberry Pi.
Wireless LAN users can’t just stay comfortable in the 5GHz realm – the older 2.4GHz frequency bands are a necessary part of many wireless implementations, and they’re rarely a favorite of the people who have to build and operate Wi-Fi networks.
This week, a thought-provoking art exhibit, some Pi AI, and Brazil wins another championship!
Network management company Riverbed Technology today announced its intent to acquire enterprise Wi-Fi equipment vendor Xirrus for an undisclosed fee.
Got a fantastic, futuristic wireless application you need to try out, but you need an FCC license to start testing? It’s about to get easier to get a program experimental license, thanks to a new web portal announced days ago by the FCC, in partnership with NYU and the University of Colorado Boulder.
5G wireless technology, despite some fairly breathless hype, is still in the embryonic stages of development, but the pace is quickening. The major U.S. carriers are racing to buy up critical spectrum that will be necessary for the realization of 5G’s potential.
Raspberry Pi roundup: Searching for Pi, steampunk laptops, Code Angels, and a visit to Competitor Corner
Our weekly roundup of all things Raspberry Pi.
The University of Utah announced last week that it had become the first school in a Power Five athletic conference to field its own varsity esports team, which is a real thing that actually happened.
Canonical, the company behind the best-known Linux distribution in the world and one of the biggest players in commercial open source software, has announced several large-scale changes of direction that have created big ripples in the open source world.
Our weekly Raspberry Pi roundup includes: Pi-based network-attached storage, a chess-playing robot, and the smallest Mac you’ve ever seen.
Inside the rollback of online privacy protection rules.
There’s nothing like a giant, powerful technology company really letting its collective hair down with a goofy April Fools’ announcement.
Google deploys its finest humor modules to delight us for a day before going back to trying to manage all the information on earth in a totally non-creepy way.
Magic wands, voices from nowhere and – unsurprisingly – a teeny little computer in this week’s Pi roundup.