The estimates for how much Amazon paid for Goodreads range from a modest $150 million to a whopping $1 billion.
The device that you are using might be communicating something about your identity and wealth.
The question I get asked most frequently is, "what keyboard do you like for the iPad?" This collection is bound to have an iPad keyboard for everyone. I have even covered two keyboards for the iPad mini.
Big data is not your friend because it can easily be used to reveal highly personal information.
Google has just pledged that it won't sue other companies over open-source patents if they don't sue Google first, but this is actually a long established policy. Now if it could only stop the patent wars.
Startups are creating innovative mobile apps destined for success. This week, 17-year-old Nick D'Alosio sold his Summly app to Yahoo for about $30 million. We look at other iPhone apps created by startups that could also be in the same position one day.
Veteran tech journalists Ed Bott, Mary Jo Foley, and Bill Detwiler discuss how Windows 10 is shaping Microsoft's hardware strategy and the company's plans for the Surface Pro, Surface Book and Windows...
My Samsung chromebook has kept me happy for months, but that's changed and it's Google's fault.
The Japanese technology firm may be considering a sell-off of its mobile phone unit to Lenovo or others, reports suggest, amid declining sales targets and financial troubles.
Since rumors about Windows Blue first surfaced, there's been talk that the Windows 8 update would include more than just UI tweaks. Clues about some of these deeper level changes are emerging.
Should HTC be Facebook's hardware partner for a social phone the smartphone maker could get a revenue boost and more scale to compete with Samsung.
Backed with new funding of $20 million, the startup aims to offer software-defined networks for SMBs that don't want to make — or can't afford — complex hardware.
Celebrities, charities, and ordinary people have used Twitter to help earn six figure paydays, and in some cases, even millions of dollars.
Savvis lays it on the line on providing reliable cloud services.
What's the real business impact of information technology? What is the real cost when a workload slows down or fails?
I have never been a diehard BlackBerry user, but a couple of years ago, the PlayBook and Bold 9930 combo appealed to me. It looks like the fresh UI and usefulness of BlackBerry 10 may be grabbing hold of me again.
We have been letting the fox guard the hen house for far too long, and it's high time the US government did something about it.
This month's roundup of terrible PR pitches include using Facebook to find out if a spouse is cheating and "the cubicle walk of shame."
A new patent filed by Apple shows us how future smartphones may look.