British broadband providers O2 and BE will be sold to News Corp.'s BSkyB division, as U.S. media giants continue to poach control over European fixed-line and broadband firms.
Citrix seamlessly rolls out consolidated operations for its employee VDI in the Asia-Pacific region.
Turns out that the "people who owe their friends money" market isn't enough to sustain a company.
The retail turned cloud giant has once again cut the prices of its Amazon Web Services features in a bid to remain competitive ahead of rivals.
The file sharing site's support forum has dozens of complaints of email spam. Dropbox, which suffered a data breach last year, doesn't believe it has suffered a fresh hack.
The Ubuntu OS on smartphones and tablets has been grabbing headlines and gaining support quickly since the plans were formally unveiled at the beginning of 2013. ZDNet met the man behind Ubuntu to see what he had to say about the project.
This year's AWS re:Invent, Amazon’s annual developer conference, was bigger than ever, revealing details about a number of new enterprise-pleasing services. Here's a rundown of the most significant innovations,...
Germany's ruling coalition has used it majority in the Bundestag to vote in a new addendum to the German copyright law which could require news aggregators to pay publishing houses for using their free content.
If you're considering the public, private or hybrid cloud, it might make sense to consult one of the new breed of VARs or integrators focused on migration and deployment.
For Microsoft, deciding whether to put Office on the iPad is about much more than the money. It’s about deciding Microsoft's place in a new world.
The Chrome browser has a few experimental settings that can improve use of the browser. These include some aimed at the new Chromebook Pixel.
Akamai's chief security officer suggests that risk management isn't a science, but possibly an art form at the 2013 RSA Conference.
Customers still figuring how to handle spools of glass rather than sheets.
The SolarClave consists of cheap and locally available components: a pressure cooker, a bunch of pocket mirrors, and a bucket.
Sure, the corporations that most people on the planet admire are also pretty easy to guess. Hint: number one begins with an "A." How they rank offers some surprises.
The botched mobile spectrum auction has forced the government to almost halve its revenue projections from the fees to US$3 billion.
A server rack maker shares how it leveraged a government grant to access high-performance computing services to slash its product development time from up to two years to as fast as 3 months.
Verne Global has doubled the capacity of its Iceland datacentre to serve an expanding market.
Kenyan mobile operator Safaricom is phasing out the sale of feature phones in favour of pushing smartphone adoption – a bold move that some analysts say may be premature.