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POWER to the cloud as SoftLayer launches 'bare-metal' servers

POWER-based offering to strengthen IBM cloud infrastructure.


Published 04 March 2015

Intel Security reveals CIP tech for unprepared energy sector

The technology also holds promise beyond the power grid.


Published 04 March 2015

AlchemyAPI to make deep learning elementary for IBM Watson

New IBM acquisition will provide new ontological and image-based APIs.

Business Intelligence

Published 04 March 2015

Is Facebook looking to launch MoPub-like solution?

Move could strengthen its mobile advertising network.


Published 04 March 2015

5G standards set by the European Commission

5G will 'heavily rely' on SDN and NFV.

Mobile & tablets

Published 04 March 2015

Challenge Up! opens in EMEA to accelerate IoT

Programme is targeted at early-stage start-ups.

Micro Electronics

Published 04 March 2015

Heartbleed still prevalent year after discovery

Flaw in SSL security layer persists almost a year on.


Published 04 March 2015

Toshiba model invites developers to drive smartwatch revolution

TZ1001 model carries enhanced features for sport and fitness.


Published 04 March 2015

SAP joins IIC in boost to Internet of Things

The Industrial Internet Consortium aims to accelerate IoT for business use.


Published 04 March 2015

BT to expand wi-fi extender products to meet customer demand

Also planning to double the speed of existing broadband extenders by launching a 1000Mbps powerline.


Published 04 March 2015

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