It may make more money from business apps than any other vendor but customers say they aren't clear about SAP's future strategy.
Apple is bringing the iPhone 5s and 5c to a slew of extra countries in October and November.
Sanbolic believes companies want storage, not storage hardware. Is this the end of the storage business as we know it?
The display technology is driven in large part by use in high-end Samsung smartphones and tablets.
How well do popular pet harnesses do in car accidents? Subaru ran some tests. It's a good thing these canine dummies are prepared for a ruff landing.
Microsoft seems to be ready to finally make use of its reseller channel to deliver its Surface tablets. A Surface reseller distribution program may be kicking off in Australia first.
This policy provides guidelines for reporting information security incidents by company employees. The goal is to facilitate the response and remediation process to ensure the least amount of damage to...
Google is making it easier for universities and colleges to sign up for Google Apps.
Design flaws are causing a billion dollar boondoggle.
What can we expect from the rumored upcoming iPad 5? Faster processor? Fingerprint reader? More storage options? Cheaper tablets? Here's what I expect from the new iPad.
GE is adding AT&T, Cisco and Intel to a list of partners that already includes some heavy-hitters.
Mozilla has flagged the launch of new Firefox OS phones with new markets coming soon.
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has just released its annual report, Measuring the Information Society, which provides facts and figures on the take up of the internet, mobile telephony, and analog and digital television
It's not just Samsung, AnandTech has found that almost all Android vendors are playing fast and loose with benchmarks.
True to its word earlier this month, Samsung has taken the wraps off its first curved OLED display smartphone, the Galaxy Round.
It expects this to help give it a lead over rivals in the race for next-generation devices, which are likely to be wearable or flexible, such as watches, phones and glasses.
A fire at SingTel's network exchange at Bukit Panjang in the Northwest of Singapore has affected its services and of those leasing its lines, such as rival telcos' fiber broadband and cable TV, and bank ATMs and branches.
After taking down services including AVG, RedTube and Alexa and claiming responsibility, pro-Palestinian hacking group KDMS Team is under investigation by Network Solutions.
A new exhibition has opened in London to show off the multitude of uses that are being found for 3D printers.