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Ancient scorpion of the sea is the granddaddy of arachnids

A newly described species of sea scorpion measures over 1.5 metres long and lived 460 million years ago.

By August 31, 2015


BMC's vision for the cloud

BMC CTO Kia Behnia spoke with CNET about the company's vision for cloud services, and where the opportunities are for private clouds.

By August 4, 2011


Brain scans may detect autism in babies and toddlers

One study examines the brain's organization of white matter, while another measures its electrical activity -- in both cases, to detect autism.

By June 28, 2012


What to expect from Dell's fourth quarter

The computer maker is plunging ahead with a transformation plan that revolves around software. However, analysts note Dell is still tethered to the PC business.

By February 21, 2012


Cisco, BMC forge cloud infrastructure partnership

The two are widening their alliance in effort to allow for the automation and linking of various cloud-computing components.

By December 6, 2010


BMC acquires GridApp Systems

The acquisition is intended to expand BMC's lineup of automation and configuration tools. BMC also beefs up its ServiceDesk offering on Force.com software.

By December 3, 2010


Microsoft replaces veteran Xbox design boss

The company will work on the next Xbox console without the brand and design chops of Don Coyner, who joined the Xbox team just as Microsoft started developing the video game console more than a decade ago.

By December 14, 2011


BMC picks up Phurnace Software

Phurnace's technology will make it easy to model and deploy Java Enterprise Edition applications from the likes of Oracle's BEA, Red Hat's JBoss, and IBM's Websphere.

By January 7, 2010


The top 12 gifts of cloud from 2010

As this historic year wraps up, let's take a look back at what shaped the burgeoning cloud computing market in 2010. Of course, with the holidays upon us, it only seems right to choose the top 12.

By December 20, 2010


Handheld breath monitor could detect diseases

Researchers develop inexpensive sensor nanotechnology that could enable people to monitor and instantly detect disease by exhaling onto a handheld device.

By October 4, 2010