Based on a new report, the iPhone maker is about to set a U.S. corporate financial record in the billions.
The demand for more performance and features has traditionally kept the PC from falling too far, too fast. Those days may now be ending, hastened by cheap tablets. The industry is responding with new platforms for low-cost laptops and tablets running Windows 8 and Android.
Amazon's Andy Jassy argues that when you "carefully look at the benefits of moving to the cloud, you realize the private cloud has none of them."
Google's algorithmic changes and its focus on big brands is changing the web, and big business is reaping the benefits.
Thorsten Heins, CEO of BlackBerry, says tablets won't have much of a purpose in five years. Heins' comments were widely panned, but maybe he's not that far off base.
In an "adapt or perish" world, the ever-evolving PC will still be the right tool for the right job, even if it lives alongside numerous other species of computing devices.
Amazon Web Services (along with IT employees designing and developing on the cloud platform) are getting more official with accreditation services.
A new version of the official Facebook app, plus Skype video messaging for Windows 7 are now in the testing pipeline, according to Microsoft officials.
Google will soon start showing in-app activity for certain apps that include Google+ integration alongside its desktop search results.
Impala 1.0, Splunk App for Enterprise Security v2.4, MongoDB Backup Service and Riak service on Softlayer all announced today.
OpTier's Andy Wild discussed his company, its goals, and why he thinks its different from other application performance management companies.
The Cambridge University Computer Lab has celebrated its first 75 years with a coffee-table book that covers the history of computing from its pioneering EDSAC to the Raspberry Pi
Combining the power of the CPU and GPU offers GPGPU solutions, but these are cumbersome for developers, since the CPU and GPU use different memory pools. AMD plans to eliminate this burden by using another acronym: hUMA.
A recent deal between Germany's biggest telco and a community hotspot provider shows one way carriers are tackling the growing tide of mobile data using Wi-Fi offloading.
The first site on the then-new World Wide Web is back online, and we have researchers at CERN to thank.
Wireless charging could be a good way to say goodbye to the mess of cables on every desk - here's some creative ways the technology has been used.
The University of New South Wales' research campuses across New South Wales are crying out for high bandwidth on the NBN.
IBM's new appliance is designed to bring order to the billions of web-connected devices that will be part of our everyday lives by the end of the decade.