The Australian Department of Defence has dropped plans mulled last year to combine two crucial IT services contracts held by Fujitsu and Unisys.
Called TRON, the device supports game titles from PC, PS3, and NDS, and 4K videos. Huawei currently has 12 game titles for the console and more games will be released by May, when TRON is commercially available.
The Chinese smartphone maker is betting on its simplified operating system based on Android, called Flyme, and "consumer-friendly" pricing to help it break into the American market.
The Australian Department of Human Services is seeking between 25 and 40 companies to join its ICT Services Panel.
As part of the acquisition, the startup will no longer accept new signups to its product.
Tech companies go to great lengths to keep their workers separated from the local population.
McDonald's is making a big push for more sustainable beef, eventually.
The 10-year-old integrator is a top partner for Amazon Web Services, Adobe and Red Hat.
T-Mobile has been making waves in the US wireless carrier space with their Uncarrier announcements and the 4th edition brings ETF payments, new devices, and fastest LTE in the US.
Aquion Energy, the energy storage startup that makes cheap grid batteries out of sodium and water, has enjoyed early support from investors. This latest funding round was no different.
Intel and partners are going to be bringing us PCs that run both Android and Windows 8.1. Meanwhile, AMD and its partner BlueStacks will enable users to run Android and its apps on Windows.
Might Android PCs simply be too much hassle to make work?
Google is making it known to would-be third party partners that there are some strict guidelines when it comes to Glass. Let's take a look at a few.
PeopleAnswers will bring science and behavioral analytics to Infor's human capital management suite.
Every day, amid the flurry of product launches and announcements about the next big thing, a few items make us sit up, turn to our cubicle neighbor and say 'hey, this is kinda cool.' Here is the first in what we hope is a daily series.
Once full Chrome is available on Android, watch out. At that point, we may see how loyal manufacturers and users are to the somewhat fickle Microsoft. Booooom!
Suffice to say, a lot of hopes for the future of the flailing book retailer rest on Huseby.