The smartphone maker is considering spinning off its BlackBerry Messenger service into a new company, one report says, as the company continues its slide into the red.
One Wall Street analyst is projecting the 3D printing market to triple within five years.
The O2 and E-Plus tie-up is set to create Germany's largest mobile customer base, but still faces regulatory hurdles.
China wants your pilots and it's willing to pay.
Apple's trade-in program could entice customers to swap out those iPhone 4 devices for a fresher model.
The technology website is evaluating its options, according to a new report.
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.
People love to hate Steve Ballmer, but he's been hugely successful at Microsoft, and deserves a more considered judgement that includes his successes as well as his failures
Opera 16 brings few new major features, but fleshes out Chromium extension APIs for developers.
Microsoft has RTM'd its 'Blue' version of Windows Server, a k a Windows Server 2012 R2, according to company officials.
Microsoft is acknowledging Windows 8.1 has been released to manufacturing and that no one other than OEMs will get access to the RTM bits until October 18.
The Moto X is a solid Android smartphone priced a bit high, but helping bring voice control to the masses.
ARM has bought the Finnish software firm Sensinode in an attempt to bolster its ability to capitalise on the growing Internet of Things services market.
Sometimes you just want a cheap and cheerful PC to handle some simple tasks. This build – excluding Windows, a display, and peripherals, comes in at under $250.
Are cybercriminals looking to reap the rewards the day Microsoft stops patching Windows XP?
Revolution Analytics brings R programming to data stored in Cloudera's Hadoop distro (CDH), instead of the other way around.
Elasticsearch acquires Logstash, providing an integrated platform for search-based querying of log file data.
Initial entries such as the Pebble smartwatch and even the developer version of Google Glass have demonstrated that at least the interest is out there.
The good news is that more Americans than ever have broadband. The bad news is that it's still not that fast and, according to Pew, 30 percent don't have any landline broadband access.