Salesforce is aiming to hook into the electronic medical record market to be a front end for patient data.
Project aims to develop the first computer with the power to perform a billion billion calculations in one second.
Have you noticed how premium Android smartphones just don't seem to be selling like they once did? Here's what could be behind that.
Latest Chromebook is an 11.6-inch model with four modes.
Acer's acquisition of Xplova is a move to diversify and cultivate a sports-centric audience that today is owned by the likes of Garmin and Fitbit.
Government's struggles to manage the country's finances could mean the end of tax breaks for local manufacturing
Azure has been evolving to address enterprise cloud data use cases, from ingesting to processing to visualizing. This report offers a look at how Azure features and services may meet your needs.
The iPad is a solid working system when paired with a good keyboard. These are the best we've used, and where possible we've included links to the review of each one.
The fall of the Iron Curtain in early 1990s left a number of military facilities across Europe without a purpose. Here's one that's re-emerged as a datacenter.
Research shows that a number of top-level domains are almost exclusively used for malicious purposes.
A researcher claims the app locker not only doesn't encrypt user data -- but hides them where attackers can root them out.
Instead of trying to reduce workforce and increase manufacturing efficiency, startups in the robotics space primed to make the biggest splash will advertise their ability to grow an enterprise's overall business.
With classes in robotics, 3D printing, programming, and green energy, Google's new STEM Centre aims to support efforts to ensure that ICT in UAE is a "horizontal, not a vertical".
Eight new and refreshed tools are available for teachers and students to use in the coming school year.
According to a new report, around two-thirds of end-of-life hardware in the European Union isn't ending up where it's meant to.
Perth Airport has partnered with Amadeus to integrate its airport common use service to allow passengers to check in and print their boarding passes from any handheld device anywhere in the airport.
Analyst firm Frost & Sullivan expects the Australian outsourced datacentre market will continue to grow, due to the increased adoption of cloud computing.
The new systems, many using Intel's new Skylake processors, will ship in the fourth quarter with starting prices as low as $449.
NBN's satellite and fixed-wireless solutions are delivering higher-speed broadband than remote areas have ever seen before, making these services both accessible and affordable, the company has argued.