|Dell Kills Its In-House Public Cloud
Putting the kibosh on its efforts to build out a public cloud, Dell has announced a new program to offer a choice of cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service through a central marketplace of partners.
|After 360, There Comes the Xbox One
In Microsoft-land, One comes after 360. That's the Xbox One, the next-generation entertainment console successor to the Xbox 360. The newly unveiled machine goes all-out as a hub of household entertainment.
|A Terabyte's the Limit Now at Flickr
Yahoo is making big moves across the board. On the heels of the billion-dollar Tumblr acquisition, Yahoo is beefing up storage on Flickr, its photo-sharing service, to 1 terabyte, and revamping its photo stream.
|Customers Less Satisfied with Win 8
How satisfied are customers with Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system? According to a new survey from the University of Michigan, not as satisfied as with Windows 7, but still better than Vista.