BlackBerry's surprise fourth quarter profit was attributed to the Z10 launch and cost cutting. Future financial health for BlackBerry may roll with the uptake of BES 10 and the company's mobile device management efforts.
Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled x86s yearning to be replaced with something better — RISC-based technology for the heavy lifting you need but didn't think you could afford.
Amid mixed financial results, the chief executive of BlackBerry revealed that a new lower cost, mid-range handset should be on retailers' shelves before the end of the year.
A data expert observes that the pieces are falling into place for BDaaS, but ethical questions arise.
The perfect tablet may never be built, at least not one that appeals to everyone. Using these 10 components would create the best there is.
Google wants to bring faster shipping to online shopping.
The use of enterprise software is thriving, particularly among large companies, with those with 1,000 or more employees reporting a significant increase in the use of enterprise software.
While some pundits claim datacenter growth is slowing, you couldn't tell by looking at the Asian market
Small-footprint 'specialty' stores in malls and shopping centers are a new, key focus for Microsoft with its retail-store push.
NSTIC and the Office of Management and Budget hope secure ID credentials add security, accuracy, speed to state, local government benefit programs online.
Linux and Hadoop vendors make Ubuntu-integrated MapR M3 available for download.
A Linux user group filed a complaint with the European Commission alleging Microsoft's UEFI practices violate antitrust laws. Does the complaint have legs?
Windows Phone development continues at a healthy pace with app releases and updates, new and exciting games, and firmware updates for the Nokia Lumia 920.
Mike Lazaridis, the legendary businessman that founded the former Research in Motion, will retire, the company announced this morning.
BlackBerry's earnings were better than expected, but still a mixed bag. Here are 10 points of interest chief executive Thorsten Heins made on the call that followed.
Enterprise software may enjoy the biggest growth in any area of IT spending, but serious changes are going on under the surface.
It would certainly help ease our concerns, and as it turns out, physicians find it often saves them time and money.
Growing businesses in the U.K. are having trouble getting bank loans. Fortunately, crowdfunding is coming to the rescue.
When you're the head of a major U.S. cell network, or any other major company for that matter, with a merger still at the behest of the other firm's shareholders, it's best to choose your words carefully. Enter T-Mobile CEO John Legere who, well, didn't.