Monday Morning Opener: As CES 2014 kicks off Lenovo launches an Android all-in-one. Android desktops plus Chromebooks could give Microsoft's Windows 8 franchise a headache.
At CES 2014, LenovoEMC outlines new network storage arrays designed for SMBs and branch offices.
The Carbon X1 is a popular laptop in the ThinkPad line, and the latest generation looks to be more of the same.
Are you bored of the NSA yet? Are you suffering from NSA-fatigue? Apparently the fourth estate just can't help themselves, because the NSA news keeps on comin'. Is anything else interesting happening in the World 'o Gov this week? Not much. Nope.
If you're curious about which computing platforms are most popular, you can take your pick of two separate independent data sources. What's the difference between the two, and why are some of their numbers so far out of sync?
HTC's December sales took a big hit, but the fourth quarter was in line with lowered expectations. Where does HTC go from here?
CIOs and CEOs who are developing IoT strategies will function best in an innovative environment that accommodates failed projects in the pursuit of solid initiatives that return value to the business.
[UPDATED with Yahoo! statement] IFRAMEs injected into Yahoo! ads which served Java-exploiting malware. Yahoo! appears to have put an end to the attacks, at least for now.
A brand from the past tries to resurrect itself via budget tablets.
Do recent Twitter incidents suggest a need for rethinking the way we communicate, or is it time for a refresh of the tried-and-true principles of business communication?
One court said the NSA's data collection programs were a "vital tool" to protect Americans. But another court said such programs was "likely" unconstitutional. Guess which one the U.S. Justice Dept. wants to challenge.
Microsoft's show calendar for 2014 is starting to come into focus.
They got hacked through the hypervisor, but it's not the hypervisor's fault. Blame their hosting service.
BlackBerry wants to hold on to its killer designs for itself — even if nobody else seems to want the keyboard-enabled smartphone anymore.
2014 is here … yippee! But now that the world's firework supply has been seriously depleted and the champagne headaches have subsided, it's time to think about more serious things – such as tech.
People are doing more with their smartphones today, but I also see more people looking for dedicated devices to serve important roles in their life. One role is vehicle navigation and TomTom will soon have new offerings starting as low as $149.
Fisker Automotive has new a suitor, which prompted Hybrid Tech Holdings to bump up its offer for the bankrupt electric car company.
At CES 2014, Ford will outline more of its connected car efforts and how it will build an owner experience using technology.