You can describe 2013 in four words: NSA, shutdown, twerking, and selfie. Sigh. We need to do better this year. Humanity had better step up its game.
What makes the Mac Pro tick? The teardown team from repair firm iFixit have got their hands on a system hot off the production line and have taken it apart to show us how Apple has put together the ultimate workstation.
The South Korean company's stock dropped by almost 5 percent, wiping $8 billion off its market cap. It may be small change for Samsung, but fears for profit growth remain.
Nokia Store for Symbian became a time capsule on 1 January.
If your organization supports multiple instances of the CRM platform, it could be hurting the marketing and customer experience teams.
Lenovo's Vibe Z is the company's smartphone headliner at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, but really plays into a broader effort to target emerging markets.
The French telco is planning legal action to discover whether or not the NSA intercepted its customer data.
Now you can be contacted if your email address appears in any new, publicly-released data breaches.
A show and tell with a friend and his new Windows 8.1 hybrid exposed 5 things newbies can do to make the transition from Windows 7 easier.
An $80 million supersonic jet could cut travel time in half for the busy executive.
The popular contacts and file-sharing app will cease to work from the end of this month after Google decided the team behind it should focus on new projects.
In a new deal, Fiat has secured the remainder of Chrysler, which will speed up the merger of the two firms.
One small memorandum of understanding, one big step for cross-border IT as Estonia and Finland ink deal for common online services.
Has Microsoft found a new mobile partner in an old rival?
HTC faces a possible ban on selling its own devices in Europe's largest market.
Exploring two more general-purpose Linux versions on the Raspberry Pi.
My take is that 3D printing is a key industry to watch for 2014 in enterprise technology, but you'll have to beware of the hype. Will HP gobble up the smaller players leading the 3D printer charge today?
Microsoft's "devices and services" mantra means that the company, eventually, has to make Windows free.