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The IDC predicts that the number of cloud services will triple in the next four to five years.
Weak currencies are contributing to a slump in semiconductor sales.
Some scientists have petitioned for a global cloud-based repository that would allow for more progress in the genomic research community.
Bitcoin's trading value spiked as other stocks plummeted during a halt in trading at the NYSE.
Batteries would store solar energy and serve as a back-up system for consumers during blackouts.
The city will employ data-based tools to help improve traffic.
A report looks at how cities in the U.S. are incorporating big data and other technology into their infrastructures.
Predictive analytics has the potential to shape the next generation of agricultural practices.
Company will open portal allowing any mobile operator to offer service under its Internet.org platform.
Traditional TV networks are recruiting Internet personalities to build audiences.
Facebook opens Johannesburg office as it looks to add to its existing 120M users on the continent.
The Kremlin has threatened to block Facebook, Google, and Twitter services in the country if those companies do not comply with its web laws.
Some technology companies are developing crowd-sourced data to publish maps of city-wide incidents of violence.
The British government is making significant moves to be a part of the burgeoning driverless car scene.
"Your Timeline" tracks users' locations and travel -- a feature that is controversial to some.
Fall suggests cyber-thieves are looking to other ways to make money from people online.