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Avaya is trying out the potential of big data and analytics with new solutions to improve all of its lines of customer service.
On its Facebook page, the company says it's bowing to public pressure and working on a tablet with a professional digitizer pen.
Opera's new Webkit browser for Android has hit Google's Play store.
If you're a small business using Google Apps, you should consider this cloud-delivered application that integrates tightly with Google Apps and Gmail.
Professionals planning on using a tablet for taking notes with a stylus only have one real option.
Seasoned venture capitalists explain how enterprise startups are "borrowing the playbook from the consumer" to succeed during the 2013 Launch Festival.
Social network giant is partnering mobile operators in emerging markets to provide free or discounted mobile data access for its messaging service, when accessed through its mobile apps.
Clayton Christensen's model of disruption may be too slow for today's internet economy -- markets are being disrupted in a matter of days, versus months and years.
India's railways Web site sold 500,000 passenger tickets in a single day--a new record for the organization which manages one of the world's biggest rail operations.
Rigid Indian businesses lag their smaller counterparts to adopt software-as-a service practices that allow employees to access software applications via their Web browser.
The Chinese search company has entered the English-language security space by releasing Baidu Antivirus 2013.
TweetDeck is going to focus its development efforts on the web rather than individual mobile clients for the Android and Apple mobile platforms.
Datacentres need to upgrade their hardware every three years if they want to save money on energy bills, an expert has claimed.
One theory on why Google is putting so much energy into driverless cars and how it could pay off for the company.
A startup in a Microsoft's incubator is now a free service in the Azure cloud.