General Electric Jeffrey Immelt pitched CIOs on the company's software ambitions, plans to recruit a few of them and using its industrial knowhow to take on the likes of IBM and other application giants.
Gerri Martin-Flickinger will become Starbucks CTO after being CIO at Adobe. She will oversee Starbucks' technology roadmap and IT organization.
The creative software giant expects revenue of $5.7 billion and earnings of $2.70 per share, below a consensus of $5.93 billion and $3.19 per share.
Apple's 4K iMac desktop didn't make it into last month's press event; expect to see it available next week from Apple with the iPad Pro during the first week of November.
Want one of the new liquid-cooled Windows phones that Microsoft just announced? You might be out of luck unless you're an AT&T subscriber.
US company D&S Communications says the research and development operations of the failed payments security technology company will continue in New Zealand.
The future of Office is in the cloud, and as Office 2016 evolves, it's Office 365 subscribers that will get the most benefit from new features.
Gartner's top 10 strategic technologies for 2016 has a heavy emphasis on architecture and a "digital mesh" to blend together everything from smart machines to mobile devices to data backbones.
Reports started surfacing earlier this week speculating on what Amazon Web Services will unveil at AWS re:Invent on Wednesday, honing in on analytics and the Internet of Things.
Polar continues to make one of the best GPS sports watches even better. iOS users no longer have exclusive access to smartphone notifications.
Nearly two months after saying it was "evaluating" Samsung Pay, Verizon has chosen to support it; you'll need a software update from the carrier before it works though.