Commonwealth Bank Australia is introducing the first cardless ATM cash withdrawal service in Australia, with the company planning to roll out the new functionality to at least 99 percent of its ATMs by the end of May.
Uber, Lyft, Airbnb and the whole "sharing economy" are causing a rush of excitement, but don't confuse that thrill with any of them being good solutions for society's future.
Jason Moody knows the pain that enterprise IT feels in managing an explosion of different computing devices and apps...
Analysts who said Xero could find the going tough in the US might have to think again.
Wall Street was looking for earnings of 23 cents per share on a revenue of $265.79 million.
Dun & Bradstreet also turned in its first quarter earnings report after the bell on Tuesday.
Storage player Seagate saw average selling prices jump and that propelled earnings above expectations. Revenue was light in the fiscal third quarter.
Twitter also picked up 14 million monthly active users in the three-month period, for a total of 255 million MAUs. That tally disappointed investors.
UPDATED: Donahoe saved his Icahn-PayPal reflection for the shareholders conference call, characterizing the first three months of the year as "an eventful first quarter, to say the least."
Acer landed in New York to show off the best of its 2014 product line-up. ZDNet had a hands-on at its tablets, notebooks, and its first wearable gadget.
Along with a new leadership appointment, SugarCRM hit a number of milestones in Q1.
Oracle wants to make Solaris more of a platform instead of an operating system. Whether Solaris succeeds may depend on traction in engineered systems as well as OpenStack integration.
The USDA is an innovative agency that brought us frozen OJ concentrate, mass produced penicillin, and every blueberry you've ever eaten. See what cool things they came up with last year.
A study for Thales e-Security by the Ponemon Institute shows that organizations, particularly those strong security postures, are moving data to the cloud, but much of that data is unencrypted at rest.
Why Microsoft wants its own startup-like innovation lab.
The flamewar after 2008's "Blu-ray is dead" post re-ignited a couple of months ago. So, what DID happen to Blu-ray? The news is not all bad - and far from all good.
No sign of a Chrome OS-based tablet yet. But Acer's hitting all the competitive targets, including smartphones, tablets, and wearables. Will it work?
Infor plans to leverage GRASP's existing portfolio to deepen its healthcare suite of services.