This year is as good as any as getting started using cloud services. If you are an iPad owner that wishes to embrace the cloud these apps are a good place to start.
The search giant said today that its fourth quarter earnings may not be quite as Wall Street expects, because they "may not be fully aware" that its Motorola Home business is being sold off.
Dream up new ways to use technology with these quirky and futuristic ideas.
HP's Converged Cloud vice president Zorawar Biri Singh will leave the company, for reasons yet unknown.
It's not TVs or games consoles that we'll be seeing from Apple in 2013, but a tighter integration of its cloud services into its products. One cloud service that will see improvement is Siri.
The networking vendor's Australia and New Zealand managing director shares his thoughts on important tech products to bring while travelling.
A new app takes virtual assistance to the next level.
The rumored device would pack a higher-res screen than Apple's smaller tablet and run Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.
Audi recently demonstrated a car that can park itself without the need for a driver. But while the technology already exists to make autonomous cars a reality, it will be a long time before our vehicles will take over the driving.
New research highlights the contrasting attitudes towards using the cloud in the US and the UK.
It turns out phone buyers don’t actually want duplicate chargers, a pilot by the operator with HTC has found.
A cut in iPad display production seems to corroborate earlier reports that demand for Apple's iPhone and iPad devices is finally waning.
Virsto thinks that storage virtualization is the missing link in many virtualized environments. The company fired another salvo into this market with the release of Virsto for vSphere 2.0.
According to reports, email exchanges have shed interesting insights concerning the practices of tech firms stealing each others' staff.
We have Medallia's response here to the Customer Experience Challenge. Do they meet your rigorous standards for customer experience?
BlackBerry-maker Research in Motion is holding its last port-a-thon for developers, aimed at bolstering the availability of BlackBerry 10-compatiable apps ahead of the OS' launch.
The U.S. carrier has warned it expects to take a hefty hit in the next quarter due to pension obligations.
Microsoft took a previous failure to win certification on the chin, but this time it says all antivirus tests struggle with reality.