Microsoft opens its video streaming cloud, starting at $1.99 per gigabyte for encoding.
Micron's MLC-based SSD promises lower price and enhanced reliability.
The USB 3.0 Promoter Group announced plans to double USB 3.0 bandwidth to 10Gbs. That would make more sense if anyone was complaining about current USB 3.0 speeds.
They'll make you an offer you can't refuse -- as long as the sun is shining and the wind is blowing.
IBM's PureSystems are ramping quickly and System z mainframes may highlight a new pecking order in the data center.
Darling Firefox, I thought of Chrome as a simple dalliance of convenience. Just one or two days, when you wouldn't talk to me, I sought solace in Chrome's Omnibox.
Automation plays an ever-increasing role in IT and is impacting job and how business is done. Our latest survey digs into the subject and shows that 60% are already automating some IT jobs and another...
The financial news and wire service company will reportedly lay off "thousands" as it licks its wounds from a failed battle with its rival.
The enterprise software giant touts HANA and cloud annual run rates, but the bottom line is still powered by on-premise applications.
Conversations about post-PC center around the hardware changes of recent years. That's not really the profound change, it's the mobilization of the operating system.
Wind developers scrambling to complete projects ahead of a federal tax credit deadline helped the U.S. install record capacity in 2012. The economic outlook for the industry isn't quite so rosy for 2013.
Is a Town Council considered a government body in Singapore? This question has been hotly debated on social media networks and is of significant legal importance.
Steve Jobs was more than miffed that Apple's former iPod boss was luring staff to his new turf at Palm.
I bought myself an iPad mini for Christmas and was smitten. Eight inches seems like the right size for a tablet, but has Apple caused trouble for Microsoft with the Mini?
Google will be lessening its enterprise push in the Singapore market, and its Australia office will now coordinate public relations for its Asia-Pacific enterprise businesses, according to a local source.
Kobo has announced that Jean-Marc Dupuis is joining the team to try and boost e-reader sales in Europe.
On the outskirts of Nairobi, a city built from scratch looks to become Africa's "Silicon Savannah."
The government is urging manufacturers to integrate their core business with software and IT services. In the process, it hopes to have five to eight companies with sales of over 100 billion yuan by 2015.
Indian telcos are reducing promotional benefits and freebies, signaling a shift in pricing power back to industry. They also deny earlier reports of tariff hikes.