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The open-source community is beating up Red Hat for deciding to make OpenStack more enterprise-ready. Is this a replay of Red Hat's "enterprise Linux" decision in 2003?
Jerusalem Venture Partners has opened the first-of-a-kind Cyber Labs startup incubator, part of Israel's drive to be a global cybersecurity leader.
Tim Cook's boldest moves at Apple have come behind the scenes. Can he use the company's sustainability mission to reinvigorate the brand and stop the bleed of under-30 buyers?
In the wake of Target's massive data breach, Michael Kassner explores the rise of POS malware and botnets.
Robots of death, robots of love: The reality of android soldiers and why laws for robots are doomed to failure
A ban on smart robots on the battlefield might lay to rest our fear of Terminators, but our increasing use of robots is forcing us to ask difficult questions about the morality of ...
Bottlenecks, silos, competing business units and bureaucratic rules "baked into the DNA of state government." Change doesn't come easy at the state level, and that goes for CIOs in...
If you're looking for the rise the next Silicon Valley, the place to watch is the Negev region in Israel. Its new cybersecurity juggernaut is breaking new ground in public-private ...
Jesus Vigo outlines the basic steps of setting up Apple OS X Server and describes its main features.
Plan X sounds like a summer sci-fi movie, but it's actually one of DARPA's latest projects, aimed at improving the nation's defense of critical infrastructure targets.
The value of antivirus software is controversial. Michael P. Kassner asks an AV-testing expert why, and if it needs to be this way.