"The Morning Briefing" is SmartPlanet's daily roundup of must-reads from the web. This morning we're reading about food safety issues.
Vodafone has continued to see revenue decline, but has slowed the number of customers it is losing.
Looking for some new branding and merchandising strategies, RadioShack is touting its new CEO as an "experienced retail executive and merchant."
SpiderOak is a cloud based data storage service with a difference -- it has no idea what its customers are storing.
LibreOffice 4 has just arrived and, at first glance, this popular open-source office suite looks really good.
Australian Shadow Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has accused his Labor counterpart of bullying telcos over his reaction to criticism of taxpayer money paid to Telstra.
Microsoft has been pummeled by critics this week over supposedly inadequate storage space in its new Surface Pro. But those criticisms are horribly flawed. Big surprise: when you do the disk space math, Surface Pro and MacBook Air are practically twins.
With SelectaDNA's High Velocity DNA Tagging System, police officers can mark rioters or looters with a unique, synthetic DNA tag and apprehend them after things have calmed down.
Complaining about Microsoft Office's ribbon is like complaining about moving a car's light dimmer switch from the floorboard to the steering column. Change with the times or go away.
Recruiting is tough especially the part where one must source job candidates. Jobvite's always good for a look into how the HR sourcing process can be turned on its ear. Their new Engage product takes CRM concepts and applies them to talent acquisition. It's kind of interesting.....
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.
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.