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Nobel-winning economist and New York Times opinionator Paul Krugman tries to put into context Steve Ballmer's exit announcement, the history of the Wintel industry and the rise of smart phones. What's hindering Krugman's analysis is that he's a typical Windows PC end-user.
VMware extends the software-defined concept to enterprise storage, touting its Virtual SAN offering as a new way of using servers to provide storage services.
Telstra will be providing managed telecommunications services to Australian Customs and Border Protection for the next five years, under an AU$56 million deal.
As the business continues to report decreases in revenue and undergoes massive restructuring, its CEO has been asked to step down from his position.
Restaurant surveillance may improve profit margins -- but not because owners can catch thieves in the act.
After failing to win a tender by state-owned oil company Sinopec, the president of a bidding firm allegedly spread online rumors that a female executive there had been bribed with sexual favors--two male prostitutes.
Breakthroughs in collaboration tools reduce time wasted in meetings and facilitate more productive engagement among employees. You just need to prove it to the board.
Are we heading for a world full of public cloud, or a future dominated by hybrid architectures? It all depends on which way you look at it.
Y Combinator's Paul Graham trains entrepreneurs but doesn't want to be one...
The Australian government is seeing a lot more demand for open-source support, according to chief technology officer John Sheridan.
Can Facebook friends impact a person's financial prospects?
Hankering for sustainably harvested salmon from New Zealand? The social shopping site connects small producers to customers with an appetite for handcrafted, wholesome food.
The computer giant's latest business laptop range, the Latitude 7000 Series, may not look particularly exciting, but their hardware specs and business-friendly features should raise an eyebrow in the IT department.
After more than 30 years as a pioneer of sustainable business practices, the organic yogurt entrepreneur stirs up the U.S. campaign to require labeling of GMO food.
Japan's plan to make space more accessible with a lower-cost rocket option was foiled yesterday.
ARM has acquired a new company to try and accelerate the support for devices developed on the Internet of Things.
The deal sees another customer choosing to ditch Oracle's offering instead of upgrading.
Shadow Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has reiterated his claim that Telstra will not get any more money under the Coalition's broadband policy.
Vodafone Australia's new Red plans are aimed at simplifying mobile phone plans, but data is tight.