Syncfusion, a provider of developer products, launched its standalone big data product for Windows. Yep, it's a Hadoop distribution designed specifically to run on Windows. It provides a production environment that can run Hadoop on a full cluster and includes a Cluster Manager application to manage multiple-node Hadoop clusters on Windows.
Thycotic, a privileged account management provider, announced Tuesday that it is offering for free its Privileged Accounts Discovery for Windows.
Paul Thurrott discovered evidence that Microsoft might not have given up on running Windows on ARM.
We take a look at some of the tech products that stood heads and shoulders above the rest in 2015.
It seems that not everyone is happy with low-code, no-code mobile app development tools. At least that is the finding of a survey of 5,778 mobile app developers by IDC and Appcelerator.
Mozilla yesterday moved Firefox 43 into the stable channel, releasing it for use to the general public. The biggest highlight is probably the release of the 64-bit version of Firefox for Windows.
A security researcher going by the handle of @dfirblog has found a serious flaw in the Kerberos authentication protocol as implemented in a Windows environment. The result is potentially "devastating consequences" that can only be partially mitigated against by using Microsoft's Credential Guard or with more fine-grained segregation with the Power Users group, the researcher wrote in a blog post.
Microsoft has reportedly quietly begun offering support agreements to organizations that will still be running old combinations of the Internet Explorer browser and Windows operating system after January 12, 2016, according to The Register.
The Intel-powered Windows 10 phone that was due to be released in 2016 isn't happening, according to Windows Central, which cited anonymous sources "familiar with Microsoft's plan." Now, rumor has it that a Microsoft Surface phone is in the works.
Microsoft's Windows-based tablets are expected to double their share of the worldwide tablet market by 2019, taking market share from both Apple's iOS and Android tablets, according to IDC's latest tablet market forecast.