Android news this week included reports of HTC's continued problems, a calculator running Android, and a free app from Intel for controlling a PC.
After being caught out silently disabling Windows Update on selected systems, Samsung has committed to ending the practice "within a few days."
Open-plan offices are killing productivity among programmers and other knowledge workers, and making them ill. But tech companies - including Facebook and Google - are spending fortunes to build even bigger open-plan offices....
Sales of the devices have seen a 20 percent drop in the first quarter of 2015 and will continue to decrease, says IDC
From encrypted instant messengers to secure browsers, these security and privacy apps are some of the very best for protecting your devices.
This week, startup Snowflake Computing GA'd its cloud data warehouse and Microsoft took its Azure SQL Data Warehouse service to public preview. Amazon Redshift isn't the only player anymore.
Companies really want Windows 10 to succeed and 73 percent of them will attempt to adopt it within the first two years after release. Good luck with that.
The pressure is on for new CIO Yvonne Wassenaar as New Relic aims to find its footing since going public in December.
Like other Apple products before it, there is a growing accessory market for the Apple Watch. The new Griffin WatchStand is half the price of competing charging docks.
How do you feel about the idea of running an up-to-date Lenovo ThinkPad with the look of a classic IBM ThinkPad? If you want it, Lenovo might just build it.
Oracle, VCE and Cisco dominated sales in IDC's tracker of the converged infrastructure market.
There are 25 billion points of data ready to overwhelm enterprise systems. An industry expert makes the case for enterprise architecture to provide structure.
What's the next best thing to a Nexus if you want fast software updates? The 2014 Moto X Pure Edition has to be a contender; it's now getting Android 5.1.
Encryption and fallout from the Snowden revelations are slowing down investigations, says a UK government envoy.
There is no BlackBerry smartwatch, but thanks to Android app support and a good developer users can choose an experience that provides good functionality with the Pebble Time.
Growing graphene cells directly on silicon in the lab has boosted energy density of batteries by 1.8 times compared to conventional batteries.
The tech giant has launched its own code repository, taking on other services including GitHub and Bitbucket.
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending June 26, 2015. Covers enterprise, controversies, application and mobile security, malware, reports and more.