...almost certainly not the ones you're thinking of.
UPDATED: Already one of the leading mobile device makers in the world, Samsung is getting out of the PC business.
The Chinese manufacturer aims to produce over 100,000 devices by year-end
ISPs and telcos that operate in Europe will have 24 hours to report data breaches under forthcoming regulations.
Before Microsoft acquired Skype in 2011, the voice calling service was already ditching its "near impossible to wiretap" peer-to-peer model in favor of the cloud.
Protect your distributed resources, and empower your users, with a centralized policy engine.
Building a service culture is a challenge for many enterprises--but failing to do so can mean customer churn, lost revenue, and a crumbling reputation.
The sTec portfolio will be used to supplement HGST’s existing solid-state storage capabilities, especially in regards to current and future projects under its partnership with Intel.
The European Commission moves forward with plans to simplify the buying of cloud services for business, which it says is still confounding businesses.
Private equity investment firm Thoma Bravo will acquire Keynote, the U.S. Internet and mobile cloud testing & monitoring company.
How do you decide between the 8-inch perfect e-reader sized tablet and the 7-inch Galaxy Tab 3 one that slides into handbags easily? Here's how: You flip a coin.
Dell's special committee, designed to oversee its going-private deal, blasts Carl Icahn's deal, and accuses the investor and friends of inconsistently valuing the company's shares.
Quorum reviewed the records of its own call center and produced a report stating the primary causes of IT workload failure. While very interesting, the results cannot be considered representative of the market as a whole.
Android device shipments leap, but there's yet more bad news for PC makers as the market continues to slide, despite their experiments with new form factors.
In 2014, there will be nearly as many tablets shipped as PCs.
Apple has a few tricky supply chain items to navigate. First, most smartphone buyers know a new iPhone is coming and won't buy an iPhone 5. Apple needs to generate sales of the iPhone 5 and keep inventory levels in check.
A new "two-man rule" will be put into place to stop administrators from having access to entire governmental systems.
According to the company, the latest ioTurbine provides the option to cache in the guest virtual machine or hypervisor.
India's biggest outsourcing vendor has been accused of exploiting a visa scheme to import IT workers into Australia, where it services some of the country's biggest companies.