An electronics company LSI has come out with new products. The company's first high-end ARM multicore chip is intended for mobile base stations of all sizes. The Axxia 5500 family of processors is using up to 16 Cortex-A15 cores, ARM's most powerful processor to date.
In the results of a new survey which Microsoft released yesterday, it was revealed that more than half of respondents are experiencing multiple online security risks, yet only 16 percent take proactive measures to help protect themselves and their private information.
In a press release today, j2 Global has announced that it's subsidiray Ziff Davis, Inc has acquired IGN Entertainment Entertainment. The acquisition will add IGN.com, UGO.com, 1UP.com and AskMen.com to the list of Ziff Davis properties which include PCMAG.com.
DefenseCode researchers have found out bugs in widely used networking technology which expose up to 50 million of personal computers. After they found vulnerabilities in some Cisco routers, the list is expanded with many other known router manufacturers.
In a recent blog post, Google programmer Dave Cohen announced that Google+ has added a feature that allows pan and zoom to high resolution images uploaded to photo albums. The new features allow users to view the images in greater detail especially with panoramic views.
Nuance, the Massachusetts based company best known for its "Dragon" voice recognition technology, introduced their project code named "Wintermute" at CES. The cross-platform, cloud based system allows continuous communication from all your personal devices.
Google agreed to sell Motorola Home to Arris, a global innovator in broadband technology, for $2.35 billion in cash and stock. The main reason why Google actually bought Motorola Home was not for its set-top box business. What they actually wanted were the patents.