Airbnb's new headquarters creates new public spaces for the community. Other companies moving into cities could learn to do the same.
Tibco CEO Vivek Ranadive said he was "optimistic about our prospects in the year ahead."
A tough business climate and new technology ideas don't combine to make the life of a start-up easy.
With high-efficiency servers built from standard components Lopoco looks to sneak into your datacenters
The open source software provider posted a solid third quarter report as revenue climbed 15 percent, year-over-year.
The allegations show the Microsoft executive, who was fired amid the allegations, traded in advance of a Barnes & Noble e-reader business investment by the software giant.
The initial push for sustainable corporate initiatives has given way to a longer view that leverages the value of digitized information, IoT analytics, and optimization via environmental monitoring.
Spanish privacy watchdog said the merging of its 70 privacy policies into one broke the country's law. But the fine amounts to nothing for Google, which can make it back in minutes.
Over the years many companies have tried to replace pen and paper with limited success. That has not deterred Livescribe, which recently released its latest smartpen. The Livescribe 3 aims to make it simple to get notes onto iPhones and iPads.
The phone and cellular giant, which has been forced under a court order, leaked by Edward Snowden, to hand all business records to the NSA, plans to dish out more details on government data requests.
There are a number of Bitcoin apps available for iOS, although not as many as there once were. Here are some of my favorites.
A new kit aims to get kids coding, but first they build their own computer.
State-sponsored surveillance and repression should not be your concern. Social networks, providers and employers you trust to safeguard your data and livelihood is what worries me most.
This new release of RHEL OpenStack Platform 4.0 comes with Red Hat-hardened OpenStack Havana.
Microsoft is ending the year with 83 North American stores in total, and is continuing its push to build more brick-and-mortar retail operations in 2014.
The satellite giant could make a bid for the fourth-largest U.S. cellular firm in the coming months — despite a failed Sprint bid earlier this year.
A Google legal director pointed to a more "worrying trend," which she specified was the number of removal requests related to political content.
'Merging the tactility and immediacy of physical retail with the richness and personalization of online, local shops will make online-only stores seem downright quaint.'
Europe's second largest car maker discusses why it has chosen to stick with BlackBerry.