Beyond the technology, the most disruptive part of the Hyperloop proposal is probably the overall price tag.
Operating out of London and Munich, the Platinum-level integrator is the cloud applications giant's biggest pan-European partner.
A change of IT systems may have exacerbated Fonterra's contamination crisis
Even though Windows 8.1 is still looking like it will be released to manufacturing in August, users may have to wait a couple more months to get the final version.
You can now dictate more (and better) commands with the latest software update for Google Glass.
The real profit win for Amazon may be AWS, which Morgan Stanley analyst Scott Devitt argues could be a top five IT vendor. AWS is worth $25 billion to the Kindle franchise's $23 billion.
It's not too soon to start preparing for the impact of drone deployments. Of particular concern: data storage, security, bandwidth, and data transmission latency.
California's plans to a build high-speed rail system are being challenged by billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk who thinks that it's a better idea to fire people like bullets.
Canalys predicts the IT security spending market will reach $30.1 billion in 2017 and grow at a 7 percent compound annual growth rate from now until then. Security spending is growing faster than overall IT spend.
BlackBerry is exploring options ranging from joint ventures through to the sale of the company: we take a look at how each of these could shape up
Saving money may only be a part of the reason Apple iPhones are manufactured outside of the U.S., new research demonstrates. Nimbleness is a big factor.
The new momentum comes courtesy Meritech Capital, August Capital, Western Digital and SanDisk.
The Brazilian state will start rolling out tech to prevent criminals from making calls later this year
There are a lot of perils to seeking strategic alternatives while you're trying to mount a comeback. BlackBerry will like to pretend that it's business as usual during the process, but uncertainty will persist.
The Taiwanese PC maker is saying goodbye to Windows RT.
Would you let your Twitter followers decide which casino bets to place for you? And would they win or lose all of your cash?
The smartphone maker's shares were halted just minutes before it announced it would form a committee to explore, among others, joint ventures, partnerships and alliances, or even a sale of the company.
More than half of small businesses now use mobile credit-card readers -- or plan to do so within 12 months.
Which U.S. chain packs the most caffeine in to their coffee?