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After Nintendo Switch, does the 3DS have a future?

Not really, if history is any guide...

Waymo trials free self-driving taxi service in Phoenix

Pilot program will help research what people want from a self-driving taxi service.

The 2017 New York International Auto Show: best of the rest

The 840-hp Dodge Demon, Nissan GT-R Track Edition, Bugatti Chiron, and more.

AeroMobil answers the question, “it’s 2017, where’s my flying car?”

Flies like a plane, drives like a car, and it's a hybrid.

New hybrid plant combines batteries with gas turbine to cut pollution...

After Aliso Canyon leak, state ordered utilities to fund alternatives.

What’s behind VMware’s Wavefront acquisition?

VMware’s acquisition of monitoring software maker Wavefront for an undisclosed sum is a move core to VMware's strategy to round out its portfolio for facilitating and managing hybrid cloud environments.
It highlights in the need to ensure that applications running between private and public clouds perform up to par.Companies undertaking digital transformations are leaning heavily on hybrid clouds to deploy software, a scenario playing out across nearly every industry.

To enable this at a high velocity, companies are instituting DevOps, in which code is constantly written, shipped, run and regularly refined.
In DevOps environments, corporate developers code application functionality, called microservices, which they ship via virtual containers to run between private cloud environments and public cloud systems such as Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

Ford’s Police Responder Hybrid Sedan is twice as efficient as the...

Beefy suspension and brakes, 38mpg, and stab-proof seats. What's not to like?

The best of the 2017 New York International Auto Show

Much to like, including Cadillac's semi-autonomous system and a Ford police hybrid.

Uber engineer accused of data theft must tell judge why he’s...

Waymo lawyer: Uber and its star engineer are continuing to delay discovery.

Microsoft’s new software tool helps enterprises evaluate cloud move

IT professionals who want help getting a handle on a potential cloud migration have a new tool from Microsoft.

The company is offering a Cloud Migration Assessment service that walks customers through an evaluation of the resources they currently use, in order to determine what a move to the cloud would cost.Microsoft’s cost calculation is driven in part by the Azure Hybrid Use Benefit, which lets customers apply their existing Windows Server licenses with Software Assurance to virtual machines running in Microsoft’s cloud.

That means customers only have to pay the base price for the compute resources they use.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

US, Europe partner to counter ‘fake news’ and cyberattacks

The center will be headquartered in Finland next to neighboring Russia, which stands accused of launching so-called "hybrid" attacks, such as the spreading of fake news.