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Raptor Engineering announced a crowdfunding project to bring IBM's POWER8 processors to the desktop with a standard ATX motherboard, and a high level of openness and expandability.
Designers, film production, professionals, web developers and graphic artists need the power to manage modern production tasks on their own or in collaborative teams, including com...
Cloud technology is making many computing tools available in the browser. Andy Wolber looks at a few apps that let you create 3D objects on your Google Chromebook.
"Fast IT" is a new informational technology model intended to deliver quick results using flexible methodologies. Learn ten important elements behind this trend.
Every developer relies on a toolbox full of software. Now these tools are available in the cloud. Have we finally made it out of the software development Stone Age?
The evolution of IT staff and end user communications is morphing into positive relationships that facilitate direct dialogue and collaboration. Here's how CIOs can lead this transformation.
As cloud collaboration changes expectations, the music industry is primed for disruption. A new breed of cloud tools is enhancing how artists in separate locations create beautiful music together.
Another municipality in Germany makes the switch to open source from Microsoft software.
LORD Corporation is a diversified technology and manufacturing company developing highly reliable adhesives, coatings, motion management devices, and sensing technologies that sign...
While it's easy to fall into a Microsoft vs. open-source world view, the reality is that most open-source projects should be doing more to support the Windows users among us.