The electric car infrastructure company, whose founder envisioned a network of battery-swapping stations, is turning its attention toward two core markets.
Mavenlink is teaming up with Microsoft to create software that links its cloud workflow and communications service with applications including Word, Excel or PowerPoint.
Salesforce has acquired EntropySoft, a content integration software vendor.
The Federal Reserve has confirmed Sunday's Anonymous hack; ZDNet has learned the exposed information is from thousands of Fed emergency system bank contacts.
Application virtualization makes it possible for applications to be more easily rehosted. AppZero's tools make it easy to move Windows applications from older to newer versions of Windows or from local hosts into the cloud.
Google Chrome and Mozilla FireFox users can make video calls to each other without the need for third party plug-ins.
As part of a broader PC efficiency initiative, Sasol will save at least $100,000 annually on energy costs.
Nuance is giving its mobile speech recognition application a major overhaul with the intention of expanding market opportunities worldwide.
Writing apps that targets multiple platforms is one of the hardest software engineering problems. BlackBerry have solved this problem, but they won't want you to use it...
Amazon has landed a patent for a second-hand digital market - a concept that has already attracted the ire of rights-holders elsewhere.
The electronics giant joins Apple, Dell, Google, and others in hoping to grab a share of the K-12 technology market.
One of the largest venture capital backers of cleantech has stopped raising a new fund because a lack of interest.
The way Oracle provides patches and information about security issues for open-source database MySQL has drawn criticism, but the company is sticking to its guns.
EMC's RSA division Anti-Fraud Command Center (AFCC) in Israel is online 24/7, fighting the constant battle against the phishers and hackers that target financial institutions.
Reliance Infotel, Bharti Airtel, and Vodafone say the proposal to collect a percentage of Internet service revenue as licence fee will affect plans to increase broadband penetration and add cost to subscribers.
Facebook's debut was something of an anti-climax, and now it seems that exchange group Nasdaq may have to pay the price.
Establishing basic security standards on social networks is unlikely to be effective to thwart hacks and data theft, since user data on these platforms isn't necessarily considered critical.
Dick Costolo says the company is finding it a challenge to convince newcomers the microblogging service can be an "indispensable" tool, but holds out hopes of getting a billion users on board eventually.