The return of Bill Gates as CEO would not solve Microsoft’s problems. ZDNet’s Monday Morning Opener explains why and what the company needs instead.
The latest monthly NetMarketShare reports contain a few eyebrow-raising numbers. Windows 8 is up sharply, XP usage has plummeted, and Google's Chrome browser seems to be falling out of favor. But this month's report might need a big asterisk to account for a key methodology change.
The two cellular giants reportedly reach a deal on Verizon's bid to acquire Vodafone's share of Verizon Wireless. A finalized deal could be announced as soon as Monday.
The LG G Pad 8.3 may have sounded interesting a year ago. Today, there's just not enough to make it stand out from the field.
Microsoft's decision to pull its highest-level certification across its product lines caught many off-guard.
Huawei, Microsoft, and Facebook weigh in on the dangers of a draft Bill before New Zealand's parliament.
Sharing tech is a viable option for small companies that can't afford to invest in the solutions they need. By teaming up with other companies, they can get access to otherwise out-of-reach resources.
America may be the land of the free, but upon arrival, millions of visitors cross a legal purgatory at the U.S. border. We explore the worst-case scenarios — what happens to thousands of travelers at U.S. airports each year, and what rights (or lack thereof) they have.
We take a look back at some of the major stories that broke August 26-30 — including Steve Ballmer's retirement aftermath, VMworld, the Twitter 'hack,' software patents, and more.
I wasn't that impressed with the stock white Moto X, but this custom designed model has improvements in hardware quality that make me a believer in Motorola's approach. Let's see if consumers show up too.
Microsoft may be getting a new board member, investment firm ValueAct's President Mason Morfit.
He started as a magazine publisher, then branched out into a record store chain, and is now in the spaceflight business. How many companies have that kind of audacity?
The devil is in the detail of a New Zealand ban on patent protection for software.
Proposed National Australian Built Environment Rating System (NABERS) for datacentres will provide consumer-style six-star energy rating system for infrastructure and equipment.
It is 'inappropriate' to regulate the cloud services market at this stage, and there are concerns that cloud regulation could stifle innovation and duplicate existing consumer protections, according to the Australian government.
Initiative will see the acceleration of 120 early-stage ventures by the end of 2014
UPDATED: The wearables war is officially on.
Accenture survey finds chief marketing officers aren't happy with the pace of enterprise technology, and are taking their own paths.
Finding the best IaaS provider matters, and price isn't the only consideration. Here are six items that should be on everyone's IaaS checklist when shopping for a vendor.