Apple's Mac Pro tower does not meet with Europe's electrical standards.
According to reports, the deal which would send Dell private could be finalized as soon as next week.
The challenge for Bob Flynn, president and general manager of Novell, is that he has to convince his established base and new customers that the company has evolved even as it has been largely quiet for the last 18 months or so.
Google, Verizon, Nissan and Siemens are among 13 major U.S. employers that have pledged to add electric vehicle charging stations at their offices in a bid to expand the nation's EV infrastructure.
With the Z10, BlackBerry finally has a modern smartphone — but it's the operating system that matters.
U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC) has launched a probe involving Samsung, Nokia, Huawei and ZTE for patent infringement in certain wireless devices with 3G or 4G capabilities.
[UPDATE] Regulator alleged Qihoo had made its free security software difficult to uninstall, falsely claimed other browsers were incompatible or unsafe in warning messages, and faked a Microsoft patch to force downloads.
Regulatory administration and security doubts are key reasons why banks prefer to issue their own separate 2FA tokens, instead of leveraging common platform under National Authentication Framework.
Vintage ads showing that sex sometimes does sell computers. Some images, although published some time ago might not now be safe for work.
Western companies are increasingly placing outsourced jobs nearer to their home base due to pressure from politics and changing cost dynamic, which Asian service providers will need to adapt to.
Geospatial and location-based services will be a key feature for the Web giant's enterprise arm in Asia going forward, as it hopes to help companies get better insights into their stored data.
Arnie's Terminator once declared "I'll be back." The muscle man, actor, governor, businessman, low carbon guy has made a career out of keeping that promise. Now he's pushing LEDs with Philips.
The Federal Court of Australia has fined Bytecard AU$75,000 for failing to refund customers who had complained to the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman.
The Wall Street Journal is the latest US publication to come forth and claim that Chinese hackers have infiltrated its systems, searching for journalists' sources.
Despite all-time high levels of adoption in many organizations, the early results have at times been decidedly mixed. However, this has long been the case with emerging tech, whether the next big "revolution" was ERP, CRM, cloud, etc.
According to a new study, more than half of adults believe that social media has broken down privacy barriers in the workplace.
In a year with few tech companies donating to political parties in Australia, Macquarie Telecom has significantly increased its donations to Australian political parties in the last financial year, according to the latest data.
A review of Tree Houses: Fairy Tale Castles in the Air, by Philip Jodidio