The collaboration to combat low user awareness and rising e-commerce threats in China is officially launched, garnering 23 million users since its pilot deployment in January.
Apple has shown that having control over the hardware and software has its advantages, and BlackBerry once demonstrated that same success. Can this same model be applied to Android and Windows Phone?
Silicon Valley is turning to Hadoop to tackle big data, and Intel is attempting to get involved at ground level through integration on its chips.
The number of Apple Stores worldwide is lagging behind the booming sales at the company, an analyst has said.
They are powerfully intelligent, expensive and rare. You could argue that they don't even exist. So why does every business executive think they need one?
Mozilla's Firefox OS, shown off at Mobile World Congress, is gaining traction with operators, particularly those in emerging markets, but what does the future hold for the platform?
Android is the platform that isn't. There are a lot of players, but lump all of the Android phones and tablets together and Samsung still beats them all.
Microsoft and developers continue to fill the Windows Phone Store with a selection of apps, and they are seeing record downloads from consumers.
Oracle no doubt got the bang for the big bucks it paid for MySQL via its Sun acquisition. But the original developers of MySQL won't let it die and as developers and customers begin to defect to their increasingly popular MySQL Fork -- MariaDB.
SumAll offers an analytics dashboard for organizations struggling to get their arms around their social data.
The success of Samsung in the Android ecosystem is causing worries within Google, according to a report.
Data breaches top the list, up from No. 5 just two years ago, in Cloud Security Alliance report.
Developers are working to bring the Ubuntu Touch operating system to more than 20 varieties of smartphone and tablet.
In a nutshell, Engine Yard is aiming to allow developers to focus on building cloud applications by abstracting infrastructure platforms.
Microsoft is releasing to the Web the final version of IE10 for Windows 7 in 95 languages worldwide.
Based on a study of 2,000 office workers, Steelcase has identified nine new postures invented by our mobile devices. What do you call how you're sitting right now?
Samsung and Visa are promoting NFC as a mobile payment technology, but there are still a lot of obstacles to tackle before it becomes a mass-market proposition.
Are we a mobile first society? And, if so, how are developers keeping pace with the shift? Looking at recent data, Jeffrey Hammond is worried that development teams are not prepared .