Software giant pushes out 144 fixes, including solutions for critical issues in Java SE, FX, JDK, and JRE.
Yahoo engineers integrate Twitters stream processing tech with Hadoop for scalability and data-sharing.
Our weekly off-beat look back at the week that was, in tech and beyond. Featuring John McCains important iPhone question to Tim Cook.
Already used by social networking giants Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, is Apache Giraph set to lead the charge for scalable social graphs?
With JAX London, a few weeks away, we caught up with one of the keynoters – Doug Cutting the creator of Big Data sensation Hadoop
With four contenders jostling for Hadoop rule, the team behind MapReduce step up with Hortonworks Data Platform 1.0
We talk to the Hadoop PMC, Arun Murthy about the importance of Hadoop 1.0, how it got this far and what ‘The Swiss Army Knife of the 21st century’ needs to overcome in the future
Almost ten years at the top (except a tiny blip), it has happened – Java is overtaken at the top of the TIOBE rankings by C.
Citrix’s open source move with CloudStack could make it a cloud infrastructure juggernaut, but where does it leave OpenStack?
PLUS, Infinispan 5.0.0 Alpha3and first RC for Groovy 1.8 announced.
Yahoo! have announced they will be contributing their own distributions to the Apache project.
Platform originally developed for personalising search ads, gets open sourced.
PLUS, two new releases for Apache Traffic Server and preview of AWS Identity and Access Management.
PLUS, CouchDB plugin 0.3 and new JavaFX app for searching Google, Bing, Flickr and Yahoo.