Instead of going after both the tablet and smartphone market, Canonical is bravely starting 2013 by trying to become a major player in the smartphone market with an upcoming version of Ubuntu Linux.
A Taiwanese-based financial newspaper reports that Apple is preparing to further distance itself from Samsung by shifting iDevice processor production to TSMC.
It's thin! It's light! It's vibrant! It's yours, for only $10,334! LG is now taking orders for its 55-incher.
Remember Microsoft Research's Orleans cloud-programming project? The Halo team at Microsoft does.
Social influence should not be measured around topics such as cheeseburgers, shopping or Windows 8. Kred reckons that influence should be measured on the topics that you share with others – your outreach.
A more than year-old Windows Phone-YouTube compatibility issue is proof Google needs tighter antitrust scrutiny, according to Microsoft officials.
Vendors of business analytics tools are keen to widen the appeal of their products, and TIBCO is no exception with its latest Spotfire release. Top of a long list of enhancements is a best-practice Recommendations...
The Apache Software Foundation announces the new release of NoSQL heavyweight Cassandra.
Imation has acquired another disk-based storage provider with the intention of expanding both its SMB and enterprise customer bases.
China produced more than a billion mobile phones in the first 11 months of 2012, according to MIIT. Its table also includes production numbers for PCs, TVs, cameras and other devices, but not tablets….
December was a good month for Windows 8, with Microsoft's new platform gaining ground at the expense of Apple's OS X platform.
Starting fresh with a new gadget is similar to re-imaging your computer: You get a fresh start to do things right and Google apparently wants to help you with that.
Are 140-character blasts enough out of our world's leaders? Three out of four heads of state are now certified Twitter users.
Start 2013 with this fishy video. And in case it gets you pondering Chinese building standards, we included a bonus clip of a girl who falls 20 feet through collapsing sidewalk.
Think of Avis as the supply chain and procurement infrastructure and Zipcar as the brand and front-end customer experience. The risk revolves around whether the integration will be seamless.
Thieves broke into an Apple Store in Paris on New Year's Eve and made off with up to €1m worth of goods.
Chinese Academician Chen Guoliang and his team launched the country’s first self-developed super computer, the KD-90.
As the PC industry continues to stagnate, rumors suggest that Intel is preparing to make an assault on the living room, going head-to-head against the likes of Apple, Microsoft, and Sony.
I'm calling to the carpet all the vendors who call themselves CEM or CXM or customer experience technology vendors. Today, Allegiance responds.