As Deadline Expires, Problems Persist With Health Site

Technicians in the Washington area raced up to a month-end deadline set by the Obama administration to make the troubled federal insurance website work for a majority of users, but officials acknowledged they still faced a raft of problems that could take weeks or more to fix.

Western Digital Adds Something New to Hard Drives: Helium

Getting the air out of data storage has some interesting benefits.

How the NSA May Be Tapping Yahoo’s and Google’s Fiber Optic Cables

The latest disclosures from Edward Snowden’s documents raise some interesting questions about how the NSA does its job.

Apple Will Pump $11 Billion Into Capital Expenditures Next Year

Apple has budgeted $11 billion in capital expenditures for fiscal 2014.

Apple Reportedly Mulling Oregon Data Center Expansion

A 96-acre parcel of land adjacent to the site of Apple’s Prineville data center has piqued the company’s interest.

Exclusive: Veteran VCs Peter Wagner and Gaurav Garg Launch Wing Venture Partners

They have raised $111 million to invest in early-stage enterprise companies.

Apple Plans a Reno Solar Farm to Power Its Data Center

Going green, one data center at a time.

VMware Veteran Jerry Chen Is Greylock’s Newest Enterprise-Focused Partner

First, disrupt the plumbing.

Microsoft Pumps $700 Million Into Iowa Data Center

And gets $20 million in tax credits for doing so.

John Chambers Says Cisco Systems Is “Tough to Beat”

Slow and steady wins the race.

Apple Putting More Chips Into Reno

Greenpeace’s Hazy iCloud Numbers