Google has released code samples for cloud services such as App Engine and BigQuery on GitHub in an attempt to encourage developers to use Google Cloud Platform.
HTC needs to turn things around in 2013 and broad carrier rollout of a single model, similar to what Samsung and Apple have done, may go a long ways to promoting the brand. The current rumored device, the M7, may be that first device.
BlackBerry 10 is just around the corner, but before it arrives take a look at the handsets that made RIM a titan in the enterprise space. Will its next batch of handsets be enough to get businesses and consumers back on side?
Spain carrier Telefonica and Portugal Telecom are fined €79m for a non-compete pact that lasted three months.
The ice is vanishing in the world's longest continental mountain range, threatening the water supply for tens of millions of people in South America.
Rather than targeting customers when they’re in the general vicinity, retailers should use geo-fences to target customers based on where they’re at inside the store.
It's not easy to mount your smartphone in your car in such a way that it's not going to end up under your brake pedal at the wrong moment. Here's a car mount that will make sure your smartphone stays where you want it to.
The networking giant continues its spending spree into the new calendar year with an Israel-based mobile network-management firm.
As more people spend time on mobile devices, mobile ad revenues are on the rise.
Competitors to the UK mobile operator EE will be able to start rolling out 4G services by mid-year, with Ofcom to kick off the spectrum auction bidding process this week.
Microsoft opens its video streaming cloud, starting at $1.99 per gigabyte for encoding.
Micron's MLC-based SSD promises lower price and enhanced reliability.
The USB 3.0 Promoter Group announced plans to double USB 3.0 bandwidth to 10Gbs. That would make more sense if anyone was complaining about current USB 3.0 speeds.
They'll make you an offer you can't refuse -- as long as the sun is shining and the wind is blowing.
IBM's PureSystems are ramping quickly and System z mainframes may highlight a new pecking order in the data center.
Darling Firefox, I thought of Chrome as a simple dalliance of convenience. Just one or two days, when you wouldn't talk to me, I sought solace in Chrome's Omnibox.
The financial news and wire service company will reportedly lay off "thousands" as it licks its wounds from a failed battle with its rival.
The enterprise software giant touts HANA and cloud annual run rates, but the bottom line is still powered by on-premise applications.