At today's Gartner Symposium, ITxpo 2013, BlackBerry has previewed a new enterprise solution to help businesses secure networks in a world of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies.
3-D printing move over! You can start inkjet printing flexible circuit boards for as little as $300. Here's how.
The FBI's shutdown of Silk Road rekindles discussion about the prospects for that site's preferred currency.
According to reports, Apple will soon expand to all Mac developers Cupertino's current Apple-centric volume purchasing plan for business and education customers.
i-mode is a mobile internet technology as well as a business model. It’s still around in its original form, and one famous company co-opted its foundational ideas to create a very successful mobile ecosystem.
As cyberattacks rise, consumers bear the consequences.
This policy provides guidelines for reporting information security incidents by company employees. The goal is to facilitate the response and remediation process to ensure the least amount of damage to...
Everyone knows that China goes its own way. See which other nations buck the GoogleBook hegemony.
Is it the economy or cultural changes which have prompted bicycle sales to overtake cars this year?
Should mobile device management be strictly for enterprises? Perhaps we should consider it as an enabling technology for parents so they can protect their children.
A programmatic advertising platform helps with real time data processing abilities, a key challenge within inventory management for digital advertisers.
This year, the top 100 innovative companies worldwide generated $4.5 trillion in revenue between them.
Airbus has unveiled a landmark deal for its jetliners with Japan Airlines Co. worth more than $9 billion.
Android is still in the lead, but with the arrival of the new iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s, Apple's iOS narrowed the gap.
700MHz spectrum, ideal to deliver 4G data in rural areas, expected to be auctioned in October.
We've got a lot of top stories this week, beginning with the American government's shutdown of the American government. For that, and more than the usual level of government fun and outrage, read on.
The Kindle Fire, iPhone, and Samsung S4 show how upstarts have outpaced and out thought the dinosaurs of enterprise tech. The big question now is whether there can be any way back.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is preparing to make campaign donations to Republicans that vote to end the government shutdown and raise the debt ceiling. This puts it at odds with the Tea Party.
The marketing world has become complex and confusing -- especially to marketers.