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Serengeti simplifies web surfing at Wi-Fi hotspots where you need to log in. It works by logging you in automatically before launching Safari, so...
Conduct unattended file transfers with normal FTP and 128-bit SSH and SSL secure servers.
Watch 3D African animals interact and roam across your screen.
Solve puzzles and help the lions in rescuing their cubs from the evil hyenas.
Play unique match-3 adventure with a jigsaw twist.
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View realistic 3D-animated African animals on your screen.
Bring the beauty of African Serengeti wild life to your monitor.
Balance the needs of diverse species to build a unique ecosystem.
Shark Net gives you a deep look into research being done by Stanford University scientists and the worldwide collaborative research of GTOPP - the...
Photography machines prompt yawns from the big cats, but capture stunning images for National Geographic.
Researchers have disguised a remote-controlled rover as an emperor penguin chick in order to get up close and personal without disturbing the birds.
This "atmospheric satellite" flies at 65,000 feet, and could provide satellite-style services for a fraction of the cost.
The virtualization giant is moving up the big data stack with its new Serengeti open-source project.
Interest in open-source tooling and infrastructure for big data keeps growing among developers and traditionally proprietary companies.
The server giant edges a penny ahead of previously lowered expectations and vows to stay adaptable amid a turbulent technology market.
A top executive is throwing cold water on recent analyst reports that claim the company is struggling with computer problems regarding the move to its new UltraSparc III chip.
Shares of Sun Microsystems hit a new 52-week low after two prominent investment banks downgrade their ratings on the technology bellwether.
The chipmaker will introduce Sun Fire and Sun Blade, the first computers based on its new UltraSparc III chip, but customers will have to wait several more months before most systems go on sale.
The company will unveil a new generation of Unix servers and UltraSparc processors, amid a cultural transformation that may prove more difficult than other product launches.