In the wake of leaks on the NSA's PRISM program, China considers investigating the tech companies to determine if their technologies are being used to spy on the country, reports Shanghai Securities News.
The company is allegedly pondering a separation, with one company devoted to security and another focused on storage, reports Bloomberg.
The social network says users caught posting images from the gruesome video of the alleged beheading of photojournalist James Foley will have their accounts yanked.
CEO Joe Tucci says the company is seeing solid demand for its gear and software, which are in the middle of the virtualization and hybrid cloud-computing trends.
NY's Department of Health and Mental Hygiene uses software to look for words like "sick" and "vomit" in Yelp reviews.
IBM has categorically denied any involvement with the NSA's spying spree, and insists it has never handed over client data in the name of surveillance.
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Trove at Hebrew University open to the public now includes never-before-seen documents offering fuller portrait of the genius physicist.
Last year, the term du jour in enterprise tech was big data. Now, it's advanced analytics.
As a Chinese company, Lenovo will have to consent to certain conditions for the deal to get the thumbs-up in the US, experts tell Reuters.