CyanogenMod, the alternative Android operating system, finally has a smartphone to call its own: The OPPO N1.
Red Hat's General Manager of Virtualization and OpenStack talks about Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 4.0. Red Hat, once again, positions itself as the "go-to" source for all things open source.
Powered by Intel Xeon E5-2670 v2 processors, Amazon suggested that these particular instances are ideal for applications running on high-performance NoSQL databases and transactional systems.
And Joaquin Almunia, who has been embroiled in a three-year saga with Google, is not happy about it one bit.
Microsoft's Chief Financial Officer for its Applications and Services group tells investors now is the time for Microsoft to put its foot on the gas with Bing, not sell it off.
USB 3.0 devices are common now, but how much benefit do they really give over 2.0?
The business-to-consumer marketing software company will be bought for a 38 percent premium of its stock price as of Thursday.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen made his case for the company's turnaround. It's a tough sell at the moment given all the loose ends that need to be tied up.
The European antitrust chief is tapping his foot. He's still not at all happy with Google.
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Do social networks really sap worker productivity? Is your staff following corporate IT policies? A survey of 1,110 small-business employees confirms your suspicions.
Fully configured out at almost $10,000, the new Mac Pro might seem terribly expensive. But it is far from the most expensive Mac ever and -- given the performance -- it's a bargain.
The company's massive losses are mostly attributed to restructuring, a write-down, and other one-time charges. But the jewel in Canada's technology crown isn't dead yet.
If you want to a bleeding edge desktop or server Linux, then Fedora is the Linux distribution for you. If you want to play it safe, try something else.
Cloud and offshore delivery continue to drive down cost as companies look to shake off the shackles of their existing tech infrastructure.
It's December, so these just HAVE to be holiday-related, right? Not necessarily.