Turns out that social media will reveal -- or determine -- how many more retail customer identities are shaped by 2015, based on a new report.
New Relic, the application monitoring service provider, raises $80 million and issues a 'nerd economy' call to arms.
While the case for an Apple branded television is far from concrete, the living room is wide open for the Cupertino, Calif.-based giant to make an assault with a number of devices—and at the heart of these devices could be its voice assistant technology, Siri.
Box is tying some loose ends together with the intention of building a well-rounded network of channel and platform partners.
U.K. intelligence agencies are planning to install surveillance 'black boxes' on phone networks and ISP servers that utilize deep packet inspection to monitor Web traffic—including Facebook, Twitter, and Skype, among others.
The new features and improved performance now available with the launch of MySQL 5.6 are designed to appeal to its core web, cloud and mobile heartland.
Azure has been evolving to address enterprise cloud data use cases, from ingesting to processing to visualizing. This report offers a look at how Azure features and services may meet your needs.
Well that was quick. Dell announced its plans to go private 9:20 a.m. EDT and by 11:18 a.m. HP was aiming to poach customers.
The UK government has invested £30m into developing energy-efficient supercomputer software to meet big data challenges.
Amazon plans to give away tens of millions of dollars of free Amazon Coins to pad developer wallets.
Ravello Systems wants to make it easier to develop and deploy applications in the cloud. A trio of venture capital firms want to make it easier for Ravello to do so.
Saudi Arabia has completed its biggest ground-mounted photovoltaic solar plant, an installation that presented some unconventional challenges.
Microsoft hopes to penetrate one of the world's fastest growing smartphone markets with this new initiative.
Today's testimony from FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell to Congress explicitly reveals that the free and open Internet is under attack by the ITU.
A website that allows users to share reviews and ratings of enterprise IT vendors, comes out of private beta.
Dell will avoid public scrutiny as it revamps for the future, but the company still faces many hurdles and unknowns going forward. Here's the roadmap.
The new integrated system replaces Office Autopilot and promises to streamline marketing and sales processes for entrepreneurs and small- and medium-sized businesses.
The world's number three computer maker by shipments is pulling out of the stock market in a $24 billion deal, led by the company's founder.
If Microsoft's $2 billion loan to Dell plays out the same way its Nokia deal has, other PC makers may have less to fear than they initially might expect.