Apple revolutionized the on-screen keyboard in 2007 but it hasn't changed much since. Except for a few minor tweaks, iOS 7.1 has the same seven-year-old keyboard. Here's what Apple needs to change.
The first high rise apartments have been connected to the national broadband network using the cheaper, multi-technology approach taken by the Coalition government.
Datacenter Dynamics' Converged conference was happening in New York Tuesday where many suppliers believe that we are likely to see a "datacenter" commodities market arise.
Over 1,000 workers at the Chinese factory launched a strike earlier this month in protest over IBM's compensation and severance package policies. Lenovo will soon own said factory.
Twitter went down Tuesday afternoon for almost an hour. Error messages said the site was down for maintenance.
Aside from the companies noted by Re/Code as potential buyers, ZDNet has learned Cisco has been rumored to be interested too.
This isn't the first time that the Google Drive team has put the spotlight on its third-party ecosystem, increasingly becoming an advertising point for cloud services providers.
Microsoft just open-sourced a software development kit that will enable Android developers to bring Office 365 data to their Android apps.
Rami Branitzky will endeavor to provide startups with access to strategic revenue channels through the company's vast partner and customer networks.
There's a new Microsoft Q&A that aims to provide answers to some of the most common questions around Microsoft's client-access licenses.
Windows XP's next-to-last Patch Tuesday saw four updates to it. Office 2003 is also going off support, but no updates were released today for it.
It's Patch Tuesday, so Microsoft released many non-security updates in addition to the security patches. Windows 8.1 gets an even dozen.
Analysts are betting that an iPhone 6 with a larger screen can solve Apple's Samsung issue and grab more customers and earnings power.
How can five unrelated Bansals control 85 percent of the e-commerce market in India? Read on to find out.
Dutch cable company Ziggo is planning to get video on demand players to pay up to guarantee a better quality of service for its customers that use such services.
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