Gearing up for an IPO next year, Box is likely hoping to repeat the smashing public debut seen by other enterprise software companies in 2012.
The future of mobile app development is more than just adapting to smaller screens, different programming languages, and new operating systems. Here's what app developers need to understand if they want to build modern applications that deliver contextual customer experiences.
In the 1930s, new technology reassured a wary public that better days were ahead. There was broad excitement toward the World's Fair, now being memorialized in New York City.
RIM is getting ready to release BlackBerry 10 and new hardware, so it's also a good time for them to evaluate their leading QWERTY keyboards to see if they can be improved as well. There are a couple tweaks I would like to see.
Dutch security researchers from Fox-IT have released a paper detailing the inner workings of the Pobelka botnet, including details on its botnet master.
UPDATED: Expectations weren't high -- to say the least -- leading up to Intel's fourth quarter earnings announcement after the bell on Thursday.
In this live analyst call, veteran Microsoft watcher Mary Jo Foley gives power users and enterprise IT pros the rundown on what's new in Windows 10, its staggered release schedule, and Microsoft's "Windows...
Yes, "innovation" remains a buzzword. Some academics, economists, and venture capitalists believe that's all it is today, at least compared to other eras of game-changing invention.
Like Facebook, Microsoft is focused on making search social. And it's not just via Bing that it's doing this.
Being able to test drugs in the patient's body would be a huge advantage. Now, minute amounts of drugs can be injected into a live tumor to test their efficacy before delivering a full dose.
There is a sickness in brick and mortar retail, and we need to understand what is causing it.
Ahead of the quarterly earnings announcement this afternoon, Intel has reportedly signed the biggest customer yet for its growing foundry business.
Dish Network is asking the FCC to hold off on its review on the Sprint-Softbank stake deal, because if there's no deal, Sprint can't acquire Clearwire, and Dish really, really wants it.
Here the kit -- software and hardware -- that allows one ZDNet writer to work effectively while he's away from his desk.
Google has reportedly bought a 2.4-acre site in central London that will play home to its new headquarters in the city.
Barry S. Altman, CEO of Ft. Lauderdale-based Commodore USA, succumbed to his battle with cancer in early December of 2012.
Many people think business intelligence will be big in 2013. Ever it has been so. This time though I sense the big boys will be in for a nasty shock.
Europe's digital chief Neelie Kroes supports the right of ISPs to choose how they manage internet traffic that flows over their networks.
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