Apple's Tim Cook is back in China for reasons unknown. What is likely on Cook's mind is expanding Apple's retail store numbers in the country, and negotiating a way in to the world's largest cellular network.
The biggest issue is that these price matching deals require the buyer to do the homework to get a good deal.
Zoho, a cloud CRM provider, updated its tools with MailMagnet, which sorts email based on active sales leads.
Pedestrians are used to listening for vehicles at intersections, which poses an interesting dilemma when it comes to quiet electric engines.
IT services contracts are dwindling as budgets tighten up and businesses find new and more efficient ways to get the services they desire.
HTC needs to turn things around financially in 2013. For the last 13 years they have shown they can lead with innovation in the mobile space, but the time for being quiet is over.
Linux leader Red Hat announced an upgrade of its Linux that offers better support for the latest hardware, OpenJDK, security, Samba 3.8 and Microsoft Hyper-V
The man who led Dell's acquisition strategy has left for Blackstone and analysts wonder how it'll affect the company's software and services strategy.
Installing an Android emulator onto a Windows 8 PC is not the way to go to plaster over the gaps in Microsoft's app ecosystem.
The energy storage and generation system described in the company's 2011 patent application addresses the variable nature of wind as a clean energy source.
The ESA has detailed how its engineers design a processor that can operate within the high radiation environment of space.
Google is bringing free Wi-Fi to Chelsea, Manhattan as the search giant continues to push itself as a Internet provider, rather than just a Web company.
Google is helping one New York neighborhood connect to free Wi-Fi.
Dell Wyse's device is a bit larger than an USB stick and aims to bring a virtual window and content access to any monitor or TV.
Tablet PCs will outsell notebooks in 2013 as companies produce devices with a range of screen sizes that are proving popular across the world.
Flywheel power meets your needs when going green, but is it a viable and cost effective solution?
The cellular giant sells a record number of smartphones during the lucrative fourth quarter, powered by increased demand in Android and Apple devices.
Will we ever 'break free from proprietary apps' in the workplace and use our own devices to connect to our collaboration spaces? With tools like Harmon.ie, this might just be possible.