Google Maps now helps Android users plan pit stops and find the cheapest gas

Google’s latest update to Maps is aimed at people who need to make multiple stops between point A and point B. Now, through a new drop-down menu in Maps, users can view gas stations with their prices, as well as a list of stores and restaurants, along your route. The new features will be rolling out over the new few days… Continue reading Google Maps now helps Android users plan pit stops and find the cheapest gas

VMWare Beats Expectations With $1.02 EPS, $1.67B In Revenue

 Amid a time where there are a lot of questions about the company’s future, VMWare beat analyst expectations with $1.02 in non-GAAP earnings per share compared to expectations of $1. The company reported $1.67 billion in revenue, up 14% year-over-year, beating expectations of $1.66 billion. The numbers were about in line with what the company… Continue reading VMWare Beats Expectations With $1.02 EPS, $1.67B In Revenue

Akamai’s CDN is coming to Azure via expanded partnership

Azure users already have access to the homegrown content delivery network services Microsoft offers in both standard and premium versions, but thanks to a newly expanded partnership, they’ll soon be able to tap CDN services from Akamai as well. Microsoft will fully integrate access to the Akamai CDN into Microsoft Azure, it announced Tuesday, to… Continue reading Akamai’s CDN is coming to Azure via expanded partnership

Zend paves new path to get PHP applications on the Web

Zend Technologies is offering a release candidate version of its Expressive PSR-7 microframework, for developing PHP middleware applications for the Web. The release candidate enables development of applications with PSR-7 (PHP Standards Recommendation), a set of HTTP message interfaces that provide contracts for interacting with HTTP requests and responses, URIs, and uploaded files, Zend said.… Continue reading Zend paves new path to get PHP applications on the Web