Both Fedora and openSUSE will be replacing Oracle's MySQL with its open-source fork--MariaDB.
Rolling Stone released a digital edition of its eponymous magazine for the iPad and iPhone this month but print subscribers are irked that they have to pay full price to get it.
Apple and Facebook have stocked up their data centers with solid state flash storage and have paused spending, but Fusion-io should be able to diversify its customer base.
Marketing and PR often measures useless things. Can you imagine the train wreck if they get control of large pieces of IT budgets?
The challenges in delivering extremely high-definition content over the Internet is not an issue of display cost, it's the limitations of our existing broadband infrastructure.
Organizations are going to the cloud in droves, but job descriptions are still lacking.
Braintree is aiming to simplify the mobile payments process for users with just one tap, which could mean more money for businesses.
Facebook’s revenue is up but its profits are down according to its Q4 financial results. It exceeded analysts predictions but its share price fell. Will its mobile ad revenue live up to expectations?
After one of the world's most famous newspapers points the finger at Symantec for failing to protect its network against a four-month long Chinese cyberattack, the security firm returns fire.
Today's the last day to get a Windows 8 upgrade for $39.99. Upgrade prices will climb significantly starting February 1.
A subsidiary of intellectual property firm Vringo is taking on Microsoft in the courts in a patent-infringement suit.
The appearance of an Android robot covered in Chrome at the Google campus teases a synergy between the two products.
Microsoft's new modern.IE site includes new compatibility tools to entice Web developers to update their sites to work with the latest IE releases.
I appreciate Alec Saunders' energy and the efforts made by BlackBerry, however the current state of BB World for BB10 in the US is not very good. The number of apps doesn't mean much when key popular apps are missing. It always takes time to build up app stores, but can BlackBerry afford to take a long time?
The software giant hopes that the two new modules will boost the data center's software capabilities and computing capacity.
Why are you wasting money?
In an attempt to forge a new path, Research In Motion has taken the name of its most popular brand, BlackBerry. What does it stand for?
There's no let-up in buyers' enthusiasm for the Nexus 4 - within days of the device going back on sale, the smartphone is selling out once again.