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After months of rumors about internal strife, Groupon's CEO and founder is out the door -- effective immediately.
Grandma's next cane might rival the high tech gadgetry of your smartphone (and her robot will be way cooler).
Microsoft is divesting itself of another piece of the aQuantive assets it bought back in 2007, this time by selling its Atlas ad platform to Facebook.
CEO Marc Benioff touted the company’s $3 billion in annual revenue and growth rates.
Security experts debate how one of the world's most popular social networks should step up its security game to better protect personal data.
For businesses and enterprises, the network vs. device debate is moot. They must protect both.
Call it BYOA (bring your own application). Unlike BYOD, however, enterprises will take more control of the situation with sanctioned apps available for quick downloads and deployments.
IBM CEO Ginny Rometty projected that Big Blue will bring in $20 billion in analytics and big data revenue in 2015, up from a forecast of $16 billion. Here's a look at Big Blue's bets.
A look at ERP vendor marketing and positioning based on their own choice of words.
At Mobile World Congress, several big-name companies either revealed their new tablets or their upcoming plans for one. Should Apple, Microsoft, Google, and Samsung be worried?
Microsoft is broadening Surface Pro and Surface RT availability, starting in late March.
Who is responsible for the term "virtualization?" Really? Seriously, it's been a fast, wild ride, from the early days of mainframe-v to VMWare and Connectix on the client/server side, to Microsoft's Hyper-V push, Xen and KVM and OpenStack and CloudStack.
Who would have thought that standing around by the water cooler can be justified as an exercise program?
Polish security researchers have discovered yet more zero-day vulnerabilities in Java, the beleaguered Web plug-in, that led to the successful intrusion of Facebook, Apple and Microsoft in recent weeks.
Barnes & Noble's third quarter was a debacle largely due to disappointing Nook sales. Fortunately, the Nook unit has Microsoft cash to back it up as it rethinks its strategy.
Worldwide spending on HPC services will surpass $24 billion in 2016, according to IDC.
CEO Ron Johnson has big IT plans and touts state-of-the-art Oracle systems on deck. The problem: The fundamentals are so bad at JCPenney that Johnson and his big IT plans could run out of time.
A state-of-the-art, award-winning datacenter has little impact on the community it's located in.