Is Google’s market dominance restricting consumer choice and closing out competitors? David Wood from ICOMP thinks so.
With a new acquisition, Citrix is promising to deliver the "industry’s first complete product line for managing devices, apps and data" to enable BYOD in corporate environments.
HP has announced updates to one of its Converged Cloud portfolio as it seeks to entertain more customers.
AT&T's mobility chief Ralph de la Vega likes the early data on NFC mobile payment trials in Austin and Salt Lake City.
If you're faced with a big decision, there's an app for that. It visualizes personal decisions or strategies in a way that will lead to "non-linear" decisions that are less influenced by emotions.
Forrester analyst Dave Bartoletti explains why VMware and EMC’s announcement of the new Pivotal Initiative is good news for I&O leaders and the virtualization market.
EMC and VMware plan to aggregate their cloud and big data assets under one virtual organization. Is this a good move?
ZDNet Government's David Gewirtz has been in touch with the U.S. delegation to the WCIT and has received an official, on-the-record comment regarding status.
Salesforce's Heroku unit to sell and host third-party developers' Salesforce add-ons.
The man-made diamond industry is growing, largely due to the trend of making jewelry of pet remains.
Dispute over upcoming Indian Olympic Association (IOA) elections has caused the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to ban India.
IDC said that new Android tablets and Apple's iPad mini are boosting demand for 2012.
Five 4U servers equipped with 25 AMD Radeon-powered GPUs linked together using an Infiniband switched fabric link can crunch through up to 348 billion password hashes per second.
Facebook continues to tout itself as a hotspot for app developers during LeWeb 2012 in Paris.
Starbucks is boosting sales velocity via mobile payments and cutting its spending on traditional marketing courtesy of its digital strategy.
Avaya is bringing its core unified communications products to VMware-based environments for the first time.
Qualcomm is bringing quad-core to high-volume smartphones, with an eye to getting a foot in the door in China's rapidly growing market.
HP has announced a new convertible device that can be used as a tablet or ultrabook, and is hoping the hybrid will appeal to business and government buyers looking to upgrade their fleets of devices.