The stagnant smartphone market is compelling Sony to sell off portions of its once-groundbreaking battery business.
Microsoft's original server operating system, Windows NT, and specifically the 4.0 release of that product, hit RTM 20 years ago. Wow, I feel old.
A patent awarded to Apple hints at the Apple Pencil getting the ability to manipulate objects on the screen -- Macs included.
Monetary Authority of Singapore introduces a section on cloud computing services in its outsourcing guidelines for financial institutions as well as removes the need for pre-notification on such arrangements.
SMS as a two-factor authentication method will soon be discouraged, according to draft guidelines from US standards body.
Samsung continues to lead the smartphone market, with nearly twice the market share of Apple. Three Chinese manufacturers round out the top five with Huawei making a move to knock off Apple.
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A review of European privacy laws said that "the use of end-to-end encryption should also be encouraged."
Oracle CEO Mark Hurd called Oracle and Netsuite 'complementary' cloud applications.
A start-up offering a "computational defined storage solution" which they claim offers the "fastest, most dense, portable and secure, media and hardware agnostic" storage solution. has hit the market. Too good to be true? I look at their patents to divine the secret sauce.
Today it's the $100 value handset. Tomorrow it will be the $200 premium smartphone. There's nothing left for the traditional device OEMs with those kind of margins. Huawei, ZTE, Xiaomi and Lenovo are coming, and Apple and Samsung can't stop them.