Google Drive Price Cut to $2 for 100 GB
Windows XP Still Popular at the End
CA Exits Data Modeling Market
Report: Target Ignored Security Alerts
Google X: Secret Lab for 'Moonshots'
Prices have been lowered dramatically for cloud storage on Google Drive, undercutting every major competitor on the market. Whether they are drawn into a price war with the tech giant remains to be seen.
Microsoft is finally closing the door on the Windows XP era. Introduced to the buying public on Oct. 25, 2001, this relic is still going strong, found in nearly one-third of all computers today.
Embarcadero Technologies isn't exactly a household name, but the database software firm is making headlines by acquiring CA Technologies' data modeling business. The sale enables CA to focus more on IT services.
Security researchers have analyzed the Target breach backward and forward. Now, a new investigative report indicates that Target ignored the warnings signs of a data breach.
At a time when other tech companies have trimmed research budgets or focused tightly on their core business, Google's X division is pursuing a range of seemingly outlandish hush-hush ideas.