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Nearly two-thirds of applications with open-source components have known software vulnerabilities, according to code management firm Black Duck.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Facebook uses F8 conference to show that it continues to move far beyond just being the "Blue App" on a smartphone or laptop.
At the F8 conference Facebook demonstrated how Facebook Spaces will use virtual reality and augmented reality to create applications that deepen user engagement with the social network.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Docker discusses initiatives at its DockerCon conference that that will help enterprises implement containers as the open source technology evolves and matures.
Amazon Redshift Spectrum enables Redshift customers to run SQL queries against potential exabytes of data in Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3).
DAILY VIDEO: Facebook focuses on augmented, virtual reality at F8 Conference; Google says 1,210-acre Nevada site is for future data center; Uber for business expands its services with Uber Central; and there's more.
Moving applications to the cloud so they can run across multiple platforms has become almost point-and-click simple, thanks to TrackVia’s low-coding application development platform.
Facebook Spaces enables people to explore their social network and to interact with other users in virtual environments.
Docker Inc. debuts a new professional services offering to help organizations move legacy applications to a container microservices infrastructure.
Like other longtime IT product and service providers, Big Blue is experiencing sharp financial pains in making the switchover to software and cloud services from hardware.
SAN JOSE, Calif.—Facebook showed off how its Messenger app can be used as a payments platform and gave developers attending its F8 Conference demonstrations of where it's headed with virtual and augmented reality.
Google denies its newly-acquired 1,210-acre property in a Nevada industrial park is for an autonomous-car testing and development facility, but asserts it is the future site of another U.S. data center.