New startups poke conventional wisdom in the eye about the end of neighborhood bookstores.
New apps and websites may be able to keep you influenze-free.
Enterprise architects have the toughest job in the world: changing peoples' minds.
The windowing scheme in OS X hasn't changed much in 10 years and frankly, leaves a lot to be desired - especially for users migrating from Windows. Luckily, third-party apps can help fill the gap.
Existing Windows licensees have until January 31 to get Windows 8 Pro for $39.99. After that, upgrade prices are on the rise.
The FCC is calling upon the government and service providers to step up Internet connectivity nationwide within two years.
Personal cloud services are convenient, inexpensive, always available, and on the brink of destroying the entire BYOD movement.
Sometimes a piece of consumer electronics needs a good loving home.
Violin Memory's efforts in data centers could be getting stronger soon if a new acquisition pans out.
Things are heating up today on Internet Freedom Day, the anniversary of the largest protest in Internet history. Digital rights activists have already seen MLK's "I Have A Dream Speech" video removed.
Microsoft has published a detailed postmortem, with commitments for new Windows Azure storage features, following a service outage at the end of 2012.
Clearwire shareholders are asking Sprint to increase its $2.97 per share offer for the mobile broadband company, but soon-to-be majority stakeholder Softbank has capped the bid.
The BlackBerry 10 leak machine is rolling and I imagine we will continue to see lots of details coming out over the next 11 days. I look forward to the release of BB10 and am sure I will be picking one up to test as soon as they are released.
OpenSUSE Linux is on track for an on-time, March 13th delivery of the next version of its operating system.
3D printers could be a big part of Nokia’s future, with today's early efforts potentially leading to the company selling templates for others to go and make handsets themselves, says a Nokia exec.
Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo led Nokia for several turbulent years in the late 2000s. The Finn has got a new job in the tech industry, working with a Scandinavian software maker.
Microsoft is continuing to test privately the last preview build of Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 before releasing it to the Web.
At a time when consumers are price-sensitive, a low price tag rules. A $99 Chromebox -- even running an operating system that, to most, is totally unfamiliar -- could be very disruptive.