Nearly 70 percent of small and midsize businesses are coping with cloud applications running the gamut from storage services to productivity tools.
A new service is set to launch in London next year that will offer cab customers 15 minutes of free Wi-Fi access in exchange for sitting through a short advertisement.
Huawei is tapping the Finnish capital Helsinki for its next research and development centre, aimed at improving smartphone user experience.
Hacktivist campaigners Team GhostShell claim to have breached the security of a number of high-profile organisations.
The National Intelligence Council, in the United States, takes a peek into the global future.
The retailer's deal of the day slashes $50 off its flagship tablet, though quantities are limited.
With Windows 10, Microsoft is planning to break from the past, replacing Internet Explorer with a cleaner, faster way to browse the web. Here's why your organization may decide to stick with IE.
The shortage of Google Nexus 4 devices is a result of high demand, according to the handset manufacturer.
ExtraHop launches agentless management for Hyper-V based virtual servers and a new service offering.
A fourth revolution (after the agricultural, industrial and information revolutions) is almost upon us: the age of the 'trillion-node network', also known as The Internet of Things. This absorbing and accessible book offers copious ideas on how we should shape this 'pervasive computing' future.
Google is experimenting with a new feature in Chrome that would see contextual Google Now notification cards pop up in the widely used browser.
Android has grown as a platform in a relatively short time. Unfortunately my experience with the Nexus 7 leads me to believe the platform has grown too complex for Google to maintain it properly.
The smartphone maker, which was this year acquired by Google, will continue to cut away jobs and offices in a bid to claw its way back into profitability.
Some of Motorola's RAZR-branded devices should receive an update to the Jelly Bean version of Google's Android operating system before the festive period is over.
Google, Facebook, Red Hat, Dell, Rackspace, Zynga, Intuit and Homeaway have collectively filed a third-party brief in the court case of CLS Bank International vs Alice Corp. Many see the case as important in the ongoing question of how abstract an invention must be before it becomes unpatentable.
YouTube competitor believes that there is room to grow in the online videostreaming space in Asia-Pacific especially in niche platforms.
Hong Kong operator launches its mobile TV service in a bid to increase revenue from smartphone subscribers by boosting data traffic.
Apple will likely, eventually, offer a television. But, traditional television makers have failed to keep ahead of the curve. If it falls down to television content, rather than the device, Apple could take a lead over its rivals and revitalize sales in televisions, albeit modestly.
Chinese auto parts maker Wanxiang Group won an auction for A123 Systems, the U.S. battery maker that filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.