Cloud computing

Internap Not for Sale, Bets on Data Center Growth: CEO

Internap Network Services Corp, a provider of services that help improve Internet connectivity, is not up for sale at a time when a wave of consolidation is sweeping through the fast-growing telecom networking industry.

Alibaba to Release English Mobile OS This Month

Alibaba Cloud Computing, a unit of Alibaba Group, will release an English version of its mobile operating system this month and launch its tablet in the next two months, a top company executive said on Friday.

Amazon's Selipsky Bullish on AWS Profitability

Ever since Amazon Web Services emerged as the next big thing for e-commerce giant Amazon.com Inc a few years ago, Wall Street has debated whether the business mints money or just breaks even.

Amazon Steps Up Social Media Efforts

Amazon.com Inc is stepping up social media efforts after the largest Internet retailer partially missed one of the hottest technology trends of recent years.

Stern Advice: Where to Put Your Money Now

You've got to put your money somewhere, right? Under the mattress doesn't really work as a retirement program. It's lumpy, vulnerable to theft and your kids might find it.

Stern Advice: Where to Put Your Money Now

You've got to put your money somewhere, right? Under the mattress doesn't really work as a retirement program. It's lumpy, vulnerable to theft and your kids might find it.

HP's CEO Needs to Convince Wary Wall Street

Hewlett-Packard Co must convince Wall Street it can reverse a string of disappointing results, weather a drought in technology spending and deliver growth again when it reports earnings on Thursday.

HP Upgraded to 'Buy' at Jefferies

Jefferies has upgraded PC giant Hewlett-Packard Co. (NYSE:HPQ) to "buy" from "hold," saying that the company is expected to deliver higher margins over long-term and is best positioned to benefit from the increasing demand for cloud services.

FBR Upgrades VMWare to 'Outperform'

FBR Capital Markets has upgraded the shares of VMWare, Inc. (NYSE:VMW) to "outperform" from 'market perform," saying that the company would be a leading beneficiary of increasing demand for virtualization solutions.

Like Zynga, Digital Chocolate pulls back from the cloud

It looks like Zynga?s infrastructure strategy is rubbing off on social gaming startups. Digital Chocolate, purveyor of social games such as Millionaire City and Pro MMA Fighter, is following in Zynga?s footsteps of launching games in the cloud, then bringing them back in house when demand levels off. It doesn?t have Zynga?s much ballyhooed hybrid cloud infrastructure quite yet, but Digital Chocolate is working on its own flavor of the ideal gaming cloud.

Amazon flies high, may rise 25 percent more: Barron's

Amazon.com Inc shares, just below their all-time high, could rise 10 percent to 25 percent if its capital spending translates to fast growth in its retailing, Kindle e-readers and cloud-computing businesses, Barron's said in its August 1 edition.

Amazon revenue surges, stock jumps

Amazon.com Inc reported a surge in quarterly revenue on sales of its kindle electronic reader and other electronics and forecast far better-than-expected revenue for the current quarter, sending its shares up more than 6 percent.

Amazon revenue surges, stock jumps

Amazon.com Inc reported a surge in quarterly revenue on sales of its kindle electronic reader and other electronics and forecast far better-than-expected revenue for the current quarter, sending its shares up more than 6 percent.

Amazon revenue surges

The largest Internet retailer benefited from growth in e-commerce, though margins continued to be pressured by heavy spending on distribution, technology and digital content.

Terrorists Use Facebook to Launch Cyber-jihad

The al-Qaida is launching a ‘cyber jihad’ on the West and there have been increasing attempts by terrorists to ‘invade’ Facebook and other social networking sites for propaganda and to organize attacks.

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