Hubble spots mammoth cloud boomerang back to our galaxy
Hubble spots mammoth cloud boomerang back to our galaxy

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has spotted a monstrous cloud of hydrogen gas that is plummeting toward our galaxy at nearly 1.1 million km per hour.

Do you know how much does a cloud weigh?
Do you know how much does a cloud weigh?

Clouds may look so light and fluffy, but the fact is that they are actually quite heavy.

Trend Micro acquires HP TippingPoint

The acquisition will position Trend Micro as the go-to enterprise security provider of dynamic threat defence solutions spanning endpoints, network, data centre and the cloud, the company said in a release.

Trend Micro acquires HP TippingPoint

The acquisition will position Trend Micro as the go-to enterprise security provider of dynamic threat defence solutions spanning endpoints, network, data centre and the cloud, the company said in a release.

Microsoft turns spotlight on cloud, mobile with new reporting style
Microsoft turns spotlight on cloud, mobile with new reporting style

Microsoft Corp joined Amazon.com Inc and Intel Corp in tweaking the way it reports results, a move that will help the software giant show off its growing cloud and mobile businesses.

Adobe starts stock photo service, unveils creative cloud 2015

The new update includes desktop tools, including Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC, Premiere Pro CC and InDesign CC as well as new connected mobile apps for iOS and Android.

Stars in middle-aged clusters may be of same age
Stars in middle-aged clusters may be of same age

A new study has recently revealed that stars in the large middle-aged clusters at least, appear to be of similar age.

Bad light stops play in England-Sri Lanka ODI
Bad light stops play in England-Sri Lanka ODI

Bad light caused by dark, threatening clouds stopped play after just two overs in the third one-day international between England and Sri Lanka in Hambantota on Wednesday.

IBM signs 10-year multi-billion cloud deal with ABN Amro

Last month, IBM said it had won a 7-year outsourcing contract from Germany`s Lufthansa worth 1 billion euros ($1.25 billion) that will see the US company take over the airline`s information technology infrastructure services division and staff.

Microsoft cloud service partially down, MSN unavailable

They are also a headache to the many customers relying on Azure to host websites. That includes Microsoft itself, whose MSN.com site was inaccessible on Tuesday.

Intergalactic `wind` strips cluster galaxies of star-forming gas
Intergalactic `wind` strips cluster galaxies of star-forming gas

 A team of astronomers have provided the first direct evidence that an intergalactic "wind" is stripping galaxies of star-forming gas as they fall into clusters of galaxies.

Extreme storms flare up on Uranus for first time ever
Extreme storms flare up on Uranus for first time ever

Astronomers have recently observed extreme storms on Uranus, with enormous cloud systems so bright that the details in the planet's hazy blue-green atmosphere can clearly be seen.

Amazon to keep investing in cloud despite margin pressure

Amazon Web Services chief Andy Jassy did not provide a timetable for these investments in the AWS unit, which provides Internet-based computing and data management to corporate clients.

Top cloud Apps to store your data

The trend of cloud computing is picking up and more and more people are making use of this.

Smoky haze clouds Singapore Grand Prix
Smoky haze clouds Singapore Grand Prix

A smoky, `unhealthy` haze has drifted over Singapore this week clouding the build-up to the city-state`s glamour sporting spectacle - the Formula One night race.

App to save precious data

Here comes an app that can help you save your precious smartphone data even if it is lost or destroyed.

BlackBerry making a home for the `Internet of Things`

BlackBerry said Wednesday it was building a system to make sense of the maelstrom of information from the "Internet of Things" ranging from cars to appliances and watches.

Step up the ladder

There is a huge skill-gap in new technology arenas like Cloud and Big Data that promise to transform the country’s IT landscape radically, says Rajesh Janey, president, India and SAARC.

Cloud helps image molecules in detail

Researchers have now devised a code that crunches vast quantity of data in hours, instead of days and week, to produce images of single molecules in detail.

`Significant number of unknown bugs living above clouds`

Scientists have discovered a significant number of bugs living in the middle and upper troposphere, the airy layer eight to 15 km above Earth`s surface.