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There are some surprising numbers available that tell a dark story about mobile apps and what they can be doing on your device.
The popular multi-platform, note-taking web application Evernote has had its master website hacked — and you must change your password before you can use it.
After the launch of the Z10 smartphone, speculation turns to whether BlackBerry should offer a follow-up to its PlayBook slate, despite lackluster sales.
Paywalls for local newspaper sites? 'Whatever works best -- and the answer is not yet clear -- will be copied widely,' says Buffett.
Yahoo is trying to get its mojo back, and that means rebranding itself as a "technology company". But is it?
Simultaneous and complex trends, such as big data, cloud computing, security, and overall IT transformation, can be helped by the combined strengths of The Open Group Architecture Framework and the ArchiMate modeling language.
You don't need a crystal ball to figure out how Microsoft plans to make Office work on iPad. Hint: It involves subscriptions. And the analysts who are following Office need to rework their spreadsheets and change their assumptions.
The former Secretary of State discusses how security is changing the way we view political, economic, and social issues at the close of the 2013 RSA Conference.
A new trial in the case of Apple v. Samsung is back on the table as the presiding judge slashes Apple's award winnings by nearly half.
The touch interface is only just beginning to make the leap to PCs. But the industry is already working on other, more novel, ways to interact with computers and mobile devices.
This week at the VMware Partner Exchange, CEO Pat Gelsinger and staff decided to demonize Amazon Web Services and their public cloud brethren in a very shortsighted defensive move that frankly betrays the fact that they don't understand the disruption they are facing.
Palo Alto Networks is landing customers with its next-gen firewalls and increasingly adding subscriptions to its revenue model.
In a rousing keynote at today's London Web Summit, venture capitalist Saul Klein said the UK is the world leader in developing an internet-based economy, but needs to invest in its future.
Banning Yahoo employees from telework will not be a quick fix for ex-Googler Marissa Mayer. If anything, it will worsen morale and cause the company's best and brightest to look elsewhere for employment.
Vendors of software as a service aren't making money. So what will happen to SaaS pricing when they decide to try and turn in a profit?