The latest version for iPhones and iPads landed on Monday, with new features, user interface tweaks, and a number of bug fixes that aims to appease those who have yet to upgrade.
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Accenture and SAP have announced the creation of a new business group focused on speeding up the process of deploying industry solutions.
The Japan-based Bitcoin exchange files Chapter 15 bankruptcy paperwork in the U.S. in efforts to protect its remaining assets, while opening up international channels of co-operation.
Foxconn has ramped up hiring efforts as the firm seeks to secure new manufacturing contracts and boost profit margins.
The U.S. government's metadata collection program cannot store phone records for longer than five years, handing a rare victory to civil liberties advocates.
Anonymous hackers claim to have published "evidence" of fraud conducted by Mt. Gox management.
An enterprise licensing agreement over 3-years means that Adobe's Creative Cloud and other tools will manage docs and forms as well as marketing material for the U.S. Army and Air Force.
The Indian antitrust watchdog is investigating similar claims of dominant market position abuse, just weeks after the European Union settled with the search giant.
Google will have an Android software developer kit for Android within two weeks. Can the mobile OS really simplify enough for the wearable market?
Cognitive computing technology such as Watson, cloud computing and systems of engagement will reinvent IBM, says CEO Ginny Rometty in a shareholder letter. But the big question is how long the transition will take.