Students interested in a fruitful career as developers have ripe opportunities right now in the fields of data analytics, mobile, cloud, and social business, according to a new report focused on short-term technology trends.
Samsung moved to the top position among smart phone manufacturers worldwide in the third quarter, bumping Apple, Nokia, and Research in Motion out of the way in the process.
The results of a nationwide survey about technology in higher education suggest that the growth of mobile computing on campus has been dramatic in the last year, but that despite the attention paid to cloud computing, most universities are taking a wait-and-see approach for most applications beyond e-mail.
Colleges and universities are growing their wireless networks and scaling back on wired LANs, according to findings from a survey released Tuesday.
College students believe that technology has a direct impact on their academic performance, according to findings from a new student-driven study out of the Lone Star College System.
Gartner is pulling back on its projections for how quickly organizations will adopt cloud-based email and collaboration services. The IT analyst firm said most enterprises won't begin their move to the cloud for these operations until 2014.
The second annual Cisco Connected World Technology report examined the impact of the Internet and networks on the lives and social interaction of young adults.
The science resource site Sciencia.org has now become a crowdsourced social network that synthesizes the latest scientific news, studies, and resources from journals, books, and websites into something resembling Wikipedia meets a Facebook News Feed.
Forty percent of the world's population will have access to the Internet by 2015. But the way they access it is shifting drastically, particularly in the United States, Western Europe, and Japan, as media tablets and smart phones begin to take the place of the traditional PC.
DIRECT, a public website launched as a pilot in January 2011, compiles researcher profiles into a growing national research community.