Taiwanese customers can now buy paid mobile apps from Google Play after the company lifted its 20-month ban over a legal dispute with the Taipei government.
CEO Marissa Mayer's home work ban is crucial to rebuilding Yahoo.
Fixed-line wholesale internet provider Eftel has announced that it has closed its Perth and Malaysian offices following the acquisition of VoIP provider Engin last year.
Vodafone NZ has announced that 4G is now available in parts of Auckland, with Christchurch and Wellington to follow.
The SVP of Cisco's security and government unit outlines the game changers for next-gen datacenters, which in turn are argued to be enabling shifts across IT services, business models, and architectures.
Google's chief Internet evangelist discusses the importance of strong authentication across all connected devices at RSA 2013.
The future of Office is in the cloud, and as Office 2016 evolves, it's Office 365 subscribers that will get the most benefit from new features.
How do ISP speeds and services in major U.S. markets compare? You'll be surprised.
BlackBerry might not be as secure as believed -- even in the company's home country of Canada.
Hortonworks, Intel, and EMC/Greenplum have each introduced new Hadoop distributions, just as the Strata Big Data jamboree kicks off in Santa Clara, California.
Work on your own machine? Using cloud applications? Sure, it's a new day! Until things break. Then you're on your own. (A lesson from ZDNet HQ.)
"You'll hear a lot of noise at RSA this week about six or seven shiny new objects. If you just buy my shiny new object, my shiny new point solution, that will solve all your security problems. The answer is, it's not true," says Symantec CEO Steve Bennett.
You smartphone could soon determine how healthy you are by analyzing your liquid output.
None of Intel's announcements this week at Mobile World Congress will significantly tilt the playing field, but they do show Intel has some momentum.
The fuss over how to handle Windows 8 PC's Secure Boot keys in desktop Linux continues and Linus Torvalds spells out how he wants to see it handled.
As I sign off from my duties at ZDNet, and more than 20 years following open source, I am struck with the realization that open source has, in many respects, really taken over the world.
The Windows Phone team seems to be doubling down on secrecy. But that doesn't mean an end to rumors about what's next for the platform on the OS front.
Yahoo wants its staff to work in the office, innovating and collaborating face to face instead of working from home. What's wrong with that?
Immersive telepresence systems revenue fell 32.8 percent in 2012, according to IDC. Personal and room based systems showed gains.