Nina, a Siri-like virtual assistant built for the enterprise, is gaining traction. That and more, from Nuance's latest quarterly earnings report.
On this week's Technolatte podcast, the Australian team talks about Telstra's mobile boom, Yahoo's WordPress woes, and doubling NBN fixed wireless and satellite speeds.
The Cupertino, Calif.-based technology company has hinted that it may speed up cash returns to its shareholders in the future, after an investor sued the company after it floated the elimination of preferred stock.
Most of the company's growth came from wide area network optimization tools in 2012. Performance management software is the fastest growing product line.
With more than 202 million members and counting, LinkedIn boasts that it now adds "approximately two members per second."
The team of Google and Motorola Mobility have suffered a major setback in one patent war against Microsoft.
Atlantis Computing is looking to disrupt the converged infrastructure market with an all-flash appliance combining its own software-defined storage technology and a choice of hardware vendors.
A well-respected architect known for "democratizing design" is now a member of the federal agency that oversees accessibility for the disabled -- and is himself paralyzed from the waist down.
While Android and Apple's iOS continue to rise, the arrival of Windows Phone 8 actually saw Microsoft's share of the smartphone market fall. The race for the number three smartphone operating system is wide open.
Being pushed out of the next-generation Nexus 7 could result in a revenue dent for Nvidia in the region of $200-250 million, according to one analyst.
It's possible to add hours to your MacBook Pro's battery life, but it's not easy—or cheap.
Blue isn't just the codename of the next version of Windows. It also is the codename for updates to Windows Phone, Windows Server and Windows Services, I'm hearing.
My time at ZDNet is done. This is a personal choice. See you on the other side...
The virtualisation specialist unveils its cloud storage tools, which are aimed at small and medium-sized hosting providers.
Despite the recent explosion in ed tech applications and services, adoption and use of data remains a significant challenge. InBloom's new platform just may change that.
If the Microsoft investment is a driver, then it's Dell/Azure for the win.
Doctors are using cutting-edge GPS technology to treat a common heart condition.
Maybe it's about time the tech industry gets ready for the waning of the importance of the PC?
For 2013, Cognizant projected revenue of at least $8.6 billion, up 17 percent from a year ago. The company is gaining as enterprises eye cloud, mobile and analytics projects.