Enterprises are increasingly focused on using big data and analytics to help them better understand both the requirements of their customers, trends and patterns of customer activity and this requires a different approach. Dell says that this trend means that enterprises need a new type of leader, a chief data scientist, to help ask the right questions, in the right way and drive the transition to the data-driven enterprise.
The news of a class-action ebook settlement due to price-fixing kicked up a notch as publishers Macmillan and Penguin joined the publishers whose settlement had already been approved by the court.
Microsoft's outgoing CEO Steve Ballmer claims there's no plans to move work from Europe to the US after its buyout of Nokia's devices and services business.
With Trusteer's portfolio and staff under its belt, IBM is forming a cybersecurity lab focused on mobile and application security, counter-fraud and malware detection.
The Singapore startup's favorite tactic when talking to venture capitalists is to ask for a non-disclosure agreement (NDA). This is a huge turnoff for VCs that get thousands of business plans a year.
With the cost of broadband Internet in the country expected to rise up to 30 percent with more expensive telecom licenses, perhaps now is the time for Indian consumers to re-consider mobile solutions.
In May, Tech Pro Research conducted an online survey to find out what cybersecurity threats scare companies the most. Overall, respondents seemed more concerned about run-of-the-mill security breaches...
In many respects, the Microsoft-Nokia deal rhymes with Google's Motorola purchase. The difference: Nokia controlled so much Windows Phone distribution that Microsoft had to buy it.
Patagonia's 2012 sales increased by almost one-third, even as the company says "don't buy this jacket."
Nokia's interim CEO Risto Siilasmaa says that Microsoft's acquisition of Nokia's device and services unit can only make the firm financially stronger and better able to compete.
As it buys up the biggest maker of Windows Phone hardware, Microsoft still hopes partners will join the party.
AVM beefs up its range of 802.11n routers with a two-radio dual-band (2.4GHz and 5GHz), three-stream model that comfortably outperforms its single-radio predecessor.
Does Microsoft's $7.2 billion purchase of Nokia's handset business make the idea of splitting Microsoft into separate devices and services organizations any easier or smarter?
ARM has signed a definitive agreement for the sale and transfer of Cadence PANTA display controller cores to ARM.
Samsung may be hitting big sales numbers with its Galaxy Tab line of tablets as a major accessory maker introduces its first line of cases for them.
Web site enables citizens to report suspicions and tip-offs on allegedly corrupt government officials, leave their opinions on proposals and find out more about anti-corruption work in the country.
Shadow Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull offered up an example of the types of download speeds NBN users on VDSL2 should expect under a potential Coalition government.
HTC is at IFA Berlin and kicks off the show announcing low and mid level Android phones, a subwoofer accessory, and blue HTC One and One Mini phones.
Many people have a soft spot for Nokia devices. It's a spot rarely found by Microsoft's consumer hardware.