Businesses win when they tap data in ways that enable them to perform complex business processes more efficiently. To do that, businesses must have a high-performance information infrastructures.
Verizon has made a $100 million investment in clean energy.
Mozilla has sent a cease and desist letter to the maker of surveillance software that identifies itself as Firefox when running on a victim's system.
Q&A: How CA Technologies' new chief executive Mike Gregoire wants to push the mainframe management giant into a new world of agile development and software as a service.
China is keeping the desktop PC market alive.
For suppliers of application performance management technology, finding a unique and clear way to describe what their products do is increasingly a challenge.
Compared with traditional hand-washing, the GiraDora doubles productivity, reduces back pain, and prevents clothes from getting moldy.
U.S. wireless carriers T-Mobile USA and MetroPCS Communications have completed their merger. Meet the new T-Mobile US.
Malware that hides itself from admins has been found in the wild, allowing attackers to compromise web servers and redirect users to sites hosting exploit kits.
Could we wake up one morning and find Android gone? One analyst believes that security vulnerabilities could result in litigation, which in turn could make Android too rich for Google's blood.
Yahoo employees might not be able to telecommute any more. But they do have access to generous new family leave benefits.
Mobile chipmaker ARM has strengthened its position by licensing 138 properties from Sonics Inc, a leader of system IP for cloud-scale systems-on-chip (SoC). This will allow the company to develop chips that are more power efficient and battery friendly.
Researchers make the green case for ordering groceries from your computer.
The S431 is a bit more fashion-forward than its siblings, while the new Edge models continue the staid ThinkPad tradition.
VerticalResponse touts connections to Microsoft Dynamics, NetSuite, and other cloud CRM applications, while BatchBook creates integration with HootSuite.
In its latest report, the U.S. privacy and civil liberties group warn that some companies should not be trusted with your data — but some should, and actively fight on the user's behalf.
Gizmox's VisualWebGui provides tools to enable companies to 'transpose' their legacy client-server apps for use on the web or mobile.
Infusionsoft is one of five conferences I've been to in April, and its was incredibly revealing. There is no question that Infusionsoft is the player to beat in the small business customer-facing technology world. There are things it has yet to do, but it is unquestionably a player.