The much rumored privatization of Dell could be a good thing for everyone. Here's why.
AMD is the first to unveil its Open Compute Project "open source" motherboard. Called the Open 3.0, the board is suitable for cloud server, storage servers, and high-performance computing clusters.
Google has also started selling the Nexus 7 with T-Mobile SIM cards through Google Play.
In under two hours Twitter provided help and a positive resolution to a request to play 'The Archers' theme tune at a funeral despite performance rights concerns.
When creating long passwords, it's best to not make (grammatical) sense.
AT&T may be mulling a bid to takeover a European cellular network, according to reports. At this stage it's all talk and no walk, but any bid would be fraught with difficulties -- not least because of the potential for antitrust and data protection concerns.
Larry Lang, CEO of Quorum, dropped by to discuss Quorum's view of trends in the use of cloud-based backup and recovery solutions.
Lenovo will offer a Chromebook version of its ThinkPad X131e for the education sector. The Chromebook will be sold only to schools for grades K-12.
If 2012 was the year everyone admitted BYOD was an issue, 2013 will be the year everyone tries to come out with a solution. Here's another entry from Cisco.
The dizzying array of cloud applications and services available to small businesses is overwhelming, but resources like Small Business Web and AppClick help companies sort through their options.
The $35 Linux Raspberry Pi computer has sparked a coding revolution. Here's the inside story of the Pi, from its inspiration and development to plans for its future.
Telefonica has no plans to take its UK O2 brand public following a similar move in Germany last year designed to reduce its debt pile.
Were some expecting too much from a net neutrality roundtable organised by France's digital economy minister? Perhaps - but the lack of action and the promise of more discussion has clearly disappointed.
Health secretary Jeremy Hunt has proposed the NHS should ditch paper copies of patient records by 2018.
Research firm Gartner says that the expanding mobile tech industry will result in advertising revenue reaching $11.4 billion by the end of the year.
A number of EE, Orange and T-Mobile stores will be closing across the UK as EE moves to cut down duplication of retail outlets.
Facebook didn't announce a phone like some believed, but they did update the Facebook Messenger app so that iOS users can make free calls via WiFi in the US and Canada.
In a recent interview, an Asus executive hinted that the firm is "interested" in pursuing the idea of offering Windows-based phones.