Atlassian will offer three flavors of its popular JIRA software development tool that is called JIRA Core and tailored for line of business leaders.
Microsoft confirmed the specs of its newest Windows Phones, the premium Lumia 950 and 950XL and will be available starting this November.
Microsoft's Windows 10 operating system is on more than 110 million PCs and tablets, according to company officials, up from 75 million just over a month ago.
Android 6.0 is now live and available for some Nexus devices but what about other phones and tablets? Here's a running list of update plans from Android device manufacturers and carriers.
After months in the dark, Twitter's mysterious (and perhaps long shot initiative) Project Lightning lights up under a new moniker: Moments.
The latest release of open-source document store Couchbase is aiming to make life easier for developers with, among other things, a new SQL-based query language.
If enterprises are going to revolve around their algorithms, IBM CEO Ginny Rometty wants to make sure Watson is in the mix. IBM launches cognitive business consulting unit.
When Spacecom's AMOS-6 satellite arrives in geostationary orbit in 2016, its entire broadband capacity will have been booked by Facebook.
One of the NoSQL world's more venerable products delivers its 4.0 release to general availability today. The new version provides secondary indexes, geo-spatial indexes, workload isolation, and a new storage engine.
Belkin just announced the bedside dock I have been wanting since my Apple Watch arrived. The Charge Dock provides an elegant charging solution for two devices.
While most Android owners could be waiting weeks or months for Google's latest Stagefright fixes, CyanogenMod has them ready to go now.
Dreamforce 2015, as always, was more than an event - it was a destination. Mixed in with all the glamor and glitz were some important announcements, and some interesting hints at not just the direction that Salesforce is going, but the things that it should be doing to get there faster - and even differently. If they dare.
If you're going to work out of the office you might as well do it right. Here's how to set up a virtual cubicle designed to get the job done.
"You can't connect 400 to 500 billion things that have never been connected before and not achieve tremendous new value," says Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins.
A promised iOS 9 feature called "App Slicing" (aka "App Thinning) finally goes live, but you must be using iOS 9.0.2 or higher.
Common sense security practices, once again, save the day.
Europe's top court has thrown out a 15-year-old data-transfer agreement that thousands of companies rely on to send European data to US servers.