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."
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...
A new patent filed by Apple shows us how future smartphones may look.
Diagnosing depression usually depends on answers to standard questionnaires. A new automated system pays attention to body language, facial expressions, and other non-verbal cues.
Do motorcycle jackets, safety pinned clothes, and photos of snarling punks with mohawks belong in a museum? Yes, if you consider punk's influence on style and commerce.
Haven't quite wrapped your head around this thorium thing you've been hearing about? It's simple, as seventh grader Katie Hudek explains. Includes her easy to understand video.
A happiness researcher tells us why the path to continual bliss might lie in how we think of it.
Free college courses are providing opportunities for talented teens around the world.
The economic giant is about to unleash a vast, next-generation network that blows away the western world's current technology.
Hint: Flying business class won't make you any safer.
If you're in the Philadelphia area come see an exclusive demonstration of the new Withings WS-50 Wi-Fi scale that measures weight, body composition, heart rate, and air quality at PPUG.
A review of Barefoot Walking: Free Your Feet to Minimize Impact, Maximize Efficiency, and Discover the Pleasure of Getting in Touch with the Earth, by Michael Sandler and Jessica Lee
PARIS -- Part 2 in a two-part series: Fusion could be the future of cleaner energy, but many in France and beyond oppose the cost and uncertainy of the ITER project.
Getting off Facebook is no small feat for an Internet junkie like Sean Bonner. He gives SmartPlanet his take on the dangers of third party web services.