Titan will provide unprecedented power to accelerate scientific discoveries using technologies first developed for video game systems like Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
Business groups opposed the bill as overregulation and privacy groups worried it might open the door to Internet eavesdropping.
The chipmaker expects to take charges of about $325 million related to the job cuts, most of which will be accounted for in the current quarter.
Huawei announced the upcoming local release of the Ascend P1 LTE and Ascend D1 LTE, two phones that will be compatible with the LTE networks of the country’s major telecom firms.
The Adobe breach was discovered a week after Russian security firm Group-IB said it had uncovered a flaw in Adobe’s Reader software that criminals are currently exploiting.
Nokia retained a “special” relationship with Microsoft, even though others such as HTC have also launched phones with Windows Phone software.
Advanced Micro Devices has hired JPMorgan Chase & Co to explore options, which could include a sale, as the chipmaker struggles to find a role in an industry increasingly focused on mobile devices and away from traditional PC.
The International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) has more than 200 PhD scientists and experts in its employ but it took a rowdy group of young developers and hardware geeks to solve its age-old problem regarding automated data collection.
Steven Sinofsky, the 23-year veteran most widely tipped to be the next chief executive of Microsoft Corp, has left the world’s largest software company.
Action-shooter “Halo 4,” released last Tuesday, is on its way to reaching $300 million in global sales in its first week, making it the biggest launch in the decade-old Halo franchise’s history.
Police raided McAfee’s mansion on the island of Ambergris Caye, in northeastern Belize, late Sunday to question him about the murder of American Gregory Faull.
The two apps bested five other entries in the region to come out on top of the challenge, which called for participants to create unique applications that utilized Google’s Apps suite.
After four PC multinational companies have launched their respective Windows 8 products in the past month, only one vendor emerged with a device running Windows RT, Asus.
The world’s largest software company put the Surface tablet center stage at its Windows 8 launch event last month in its fightback against Apple and Google in the exploding mobile computing market.
RIM has struggled over the last two years, as its existing lineup of BlackBerry devices has lost ground to snazzier and faster smartphones like Apple Inc’s iPhone and Samsung Electronics’ Galaxy line.
Although consumers have abandoned the audio cassette in favor of the ubiquitous iPod, organizations with large amounts of data, from patient records to capacity-hungry video archives, have continued to use tape as a cheap and secure storage medium.