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The father of modern taxonomy beats Shakespeare, Jesus and Napoleon as the most influential person in history, according to Wikipedia PageRank figures.
Today's smart devices can light up your home or watch out for intruders -- but what happens when you get creative?
Which gadget geeks up Grant Imahara's living room? Which smartphone has sci-fi author John Scalzi buzzing? What's Seth Green so excited about? Crave's Bonnie Burton checks in with a dozen-plus geeky celebs.
Isaac Asimov's 21st-century robots followed laws prohibiting harm to humans. By the 31st century in Matt Groening's "Futurama" universe, however, robots have become a bit more open-minded.
The newly unveiled, and still very beta, Graph Search marks the start of the next major phase in Facebook's history, and a path to Google-like revenue.
Healthline's BodyMaps is a searchable 3D layered map of the human body, with links to articles on diseases, symptoms, and treatments.
Various vendors have made the term cloud computing almost meaningless, and an overall taxonomy for the technology and market--required for interoperability--is sorely lacking.
VMops rebrands itself as Cloud.com and releases an open-source offering for home-grown cloud infrastructure.
Analyst firm identifies four basic approaches to enterprise architecture: traditional, federated, middle out, and managed diversity. Will this be the path forward for CIOs?
Discussions of cloud computing often break down to complaints the term "doesn't mean anything," or to a bits-and-bytes acronym soup. But the fact is getting to flexible, variable, elastic IT is a big deal.