Microsoft's decision to create an information vacuum with regards to Surface tablet sales is leaving a void that analysts are more than willing to fill with bad news.
Backupify offers a backup solution targeted at users of widely used cloud applications and services.
Android 4.1 and 4.2 'Jelly Bean' sees another huge jump in usage share, finally taking it over the 10 percent barrier.
The upstart company's partnership is part of a strategy to outflank Microsoft's Kinect hardware for PCs.
The tech giant isn't best pleased with the FTC's decision concerning complaints over Google's "anti-competitive" business practices.
Microsoft's first security fixes of 2013 will address 12 vulnerabilities and be available for download next Tuesday.
The second Technical Preview of the next version of Windows Server concentrates on tools to improve how we use servers today, with hints of the microservices and containers that future cloud techniques...
ERP is being displaced by a new category of financials-plus cloud applications that make a better match for the needs of cloud-savvy enterprises
HTC CEO Peter Chou has admitted that the firm's marketing decisions were poor last year, but believes "2013 will not be too bad."
Strong growth in tablets means there is less overall spending on PCs as people opt for the more portable, lighter, solution.
E-commerce company is reportedly turning to Shenzhen-based phonemakers to drive its mobile OS adoption after Google blocked Android partners from launching devices with Aliyun OS.
'The stage is set to allow everyone to become his own Alfred Knopf.'
A lesson in what not to share on social networking, as a teenage drink-driver finds themselves on the wrong side of the law.
Google bought Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion, closed the deal in May 2012 and then went about closing facilities and selling parts of it. Were the patents and handset unit worth it?
Indian software giant denies plans to fire 5,000 employees, amid earlier reports that it already begun to cut employees with low performance levels, up to 3 to 4 percent of its workforce.
Think Namco, think Pac-Man and Golden Age. But how about arcade themed restaurants to keep the kids and partner occupied?
Remember IMAGINE, illegal file-sharers who distribute camcorded movies? Another member has now been convicted and sent behind bars with a hefty sentence.
The Chinese government has fined Samsung, LG and four Taiwanese companies US$56 million for manipulation of market prices of flat panel screens.