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Microsoft is discontinuing a program it launched three years ago aimed at getting more Web developers to use its Expression and other development tools.
Report from the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International predicts applications ranging from agriculture to entertainment will give rise to an entire new industry.
HTC pushed Microsoft with Windows Mobile, and now we see them applying some slick Windows Phone panorama elements to the HTC One and Sense 5.
A majority of businesses will invest in health IT this year, but nearly as many are worried that they still won't be able to keep up.
Tablet sales are expected to continue its growth momentum throughout 2013, according to IDC, thanks to Android-based tablets market share growth in 2012.
The latest test builds of Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile include the Project Spartan browser. Here's a rundown of what the new browser may hold in store for you.
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A new name, a new phone, a new campus: how BlackBerry is reinventing itself.
The upshot is that 2013 will see big data pilots in 2012 go production. As those use cases proliferate by vertical, more companies will hop on the bandwagon.
French authorities have referred the Microsoft-owned division to Paris prosecutors for failing to declare itself as an electronic communications operator.
Application performance management is hot in 2013, but the nature of the problem is changing as enterprises scale further. We read the tea leaves with Compuware APM's John Van Siclen.
Highly flammable cotton fabrics refuse to burn when they're coated with herring sperm DNA. Could this naturally occurring compound be a non-toxic alternative?
AWS is now saying that you can do private cloud by default in EC2. The upshot: It may be bit harder for rivals to pitch servers, storage and networking gear with AWS lurking in the background.
The users are revolting — it turns out that the mainstream market doesn't get (or want to get) Windows 8's clever new way of working. It's OK though, you can just undo it...
Visa is being hit with a lawsuit after retailers decided to fight penalties imposed by credit card companies for data breaches.
Accusations continue to fly as officials from the two most frequently attacked nations demand new cyber rules.
Three years after mocking the 5-inch screen of the Dell Streak, Samsung's Galaxy S4 may make that display size commonplace everywhere. Will there be a correction in the run on large-screen phones?
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