HSINCHU, Taiwan (THE WIRE PRESS) - MediaTek today announced its MediaTek LinkIt™ Development Platform for RTOS and the platform's first hardware development kit (HDK). This platform is the first from MediaTek delivering a common tool chain and set of APIs for multiple chipsets, offering developers the ability to create a range of IoT devices using one common software development kit, the MediaTek LinkIt SDK v3.

ARMONK, N.Y. (THE WIRE PRESS) - IBM (NYSE: IBM) today named 11 new IBM Fellows, the company's most prestigious technical honor. The new Fellows are being honored for pioneering work in areas including cognitive computing, analytics, cloud, security, mobile and healthcare. As Fellows, these individuals will have the opportunity to dedicate significant time to free-form exploration and innovation in their areas of expertise.

Brea, CA (THE WIRE PRESS) – CHARIOTZ today announced that it successfully launched its innovative online car show judging system at the Benedict Castle Concours in Riverside, California on April 3rd, 2016. The show, run by Teen Challenge of Southern California, had over 250 cars and trucks from all genres of the car hobby, divided into 35 judging classes, and spread across a large area. The show organizers ran the entire judging process through the CHARIOTZ system’s user-friendly website and a simple mobile app.

Reston, VA (THE WIRE PRESS) - Web performance for ecommerce sites has become paramount, and often can mean the difference between life and death for businesses. DNS Made Easy recently conducted a survey among a handful of their ecommerce clients in order to help other businesses improve their web performance. The study aimed to show how proper DNS management can boost network performance and even increase conversions. Participants were made up of DNS Made Easy clients who used its services to manage ecommerce websites.

(THE WIRE PRESS) - It all began with the story of 5 Wall Street firms (Deutsche Bank Securities Inc., Goldman Sachs & Co., Morgan Stanley, Solomon Smith Barney Inc. and U.S. Bancorp Piper Jaffray Inc.), each fined $1.65 million for failures to retain required copies of company emails. If they had used contentACCESS, this would never have happened.