In a new deal, Fiat has secured the remainder of Chrysler, which will speed up the merger of the two firms.
One small memorandum of understanding, one big step for cross-border IT as Estonia and Finland ink deal for common online services.
Has Microsoft found a new mobile partner in an old rival?
HTC faces a possible ban on selling its own devices in Europe's largest market.
Exploring two more general-purpose Linux versions on the Raspberry Pi.
My take is that 3D printing is a key industry to watch for 2014 in enterprise technology, but you'll have to beware of the hype. Will HP gobble up the smaller players leading the 3D printer charge today?
This policy outlines the appropriate procedures for conducting commercial endorsements to ensure that legal and ethical guidelines are properly followed and that the company and its staff are safeguarded....
Microsoft's "devices and services" mantra means that the company, eventually, has to make Windows free.
DataWind's recently launched smartphones could usher a new era of connectivity in India--but not if it garners the kind of reputation the hardware maker's erstwhile Aakash tablet did.
Even if your vision isn't perfect, you can be a Glass Explorer.
Invasive they may be, and conducted on assumptions of guilt, but a U.S. judge has ruled officials have the right to examine and confiscate laptops and mobile devices.
As part of the chairman's technology predictions for 2014, Schmidt reveals the biggest mistake the company has made to date.
Reserve Bank of India says mobile banking adoption has been encouraging, but "below expectation", due to key factors such as device incompatibility and lack of industry collaboration.
HP's struggle with falling PC sales and fierce competition will see restructuring efforts take a more aggressive form than planned.
The first units off the Mac Pro (Late 2013) production line are making their way to customers, so a number of analyst sites have posted first looks and teardowns of the new model.
ZTE reorganizes into three key business units--operators, mobile devices, and enterprises--and targets three emerging market segments as it maps outs its 2014 strategy.
MIT researchers have spent nearly a decade trying to bring their flowerpot-like filter to the most impoverished northern region. Now, it’s finally starting to make a difference.
It looks like PC owners are finally beginning to relax their grip on Windows XP. According to new worldwide usage share data, XP is down sharply, with Microsoft's two fully supported operating systems, Windows 7 and 8, picking up the slack.
The evidence is overwhelming: The opportunities to attack Mac users are plentiful, but nobody bothers. It's still too easy to get at Windows users. This has been obvious for some time and well-understood in the security community.