To achieve mainstream adoption, the wearable technology revolution has to reach beyond the geeks.
Distributed computing environments are increasingly complex mixtures of services hosted on physical, virtual and hybrid elements. Continuity Software, long focused on service availability, has reached out to manage the availability of SAN-based storage.
Since optimizing its mobile e-commerce experience in mid-2013, Clear Water Outdoor has realized a measurable conversion ration.
In going after the unit, the wireless chip maker is gunning for a push in sales, which has dragged its feet behind Qualcomm in development efforts for 4G LTE-enabled devices.
Finland will also be home to a cutting edge Microsoft datacenter.
The 24-inch all-in-one PC uses a Tegra 3 processor and runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, but is there a market for it?
Google has been using desserts as codenames for major Android versions since the beginning. In a surprise move, Google has teamed with the KitKat candy bar for the next version.
It's chunky, hard to use, and has the battery life of a mayfly, says one group of technology analysts.
Over the last five years, the world has become less "livable," according to a new report.
Microsoft's new Surface Pro 2 is expected, unsurprisingly, to be a Core i5 'Haswell' based update to the current Surface Pro, according to new reports.
Microsoft projects Windows Phone will have market share of 15 percent in 2018. IDC projects 10 percent share for Windows Phone in 2017. The old prediction from IDC: 20 percent Windows Phone share in 2015. Keep guessing folks.
Under pressure from competitors, Germany's incumbent telco plans infrastructure improvements.
Guardtime's tech uses hash function cryptography to protect data integrity, and its products are finding a foothold in the US and China.
Hint: It's not flattering.
Eleven percent of CIOs are planning to add staff to their departments, down from 12 percent in the third quarter.
A buggy update to Google Authenticator is breaking two-factor logins.
Vodafone has more than doubled the number of areas where its LTE service is available.
VMware's desktop virtualization software is aiming to roll with Windows 8.1 and Apple's OS X Mavericks. Workstation follows suit.