The enterprise cloud storage firm, which is currently hurtling towards an initial public offering, has snapped up French firm Folders and its developer.
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Facebook engineers describe how the social network can serve as a "horizontal tier" that connects its global user base with third-party applications.
HTCpro, the company's business-ready platform, has added the HTC One to its portfolio. It's plug-and-play with the enterprise, and ready to take on the iPhone's dominance.
By up to 25 percent, the company says.
Tablets are slowly but surely replacing the clunky desktop machine. In a blind effort to increase efficiency and productivity, ZDNet's Zack Whittaker attempted to do exactly that — but not with the result he first expected.
Arguing that "Europe cannot be left behind" in chip investments, the EU Commission plans to double chip production to take a one-fifth slice of the global production pie.
Adding Microsoft's Windows Azure to the mix means university data will no longer have to traverse over the public Internet. But with it comes its own risks.
If takeover plans by SoftBank and Sprint are finalized, then SoftBank will give the U.S. government influence due to security concerns.
The PC industry may be having a tough time, but Lenovo has managed to outshine rivals and record a 90 percent rise in quarterly profit.
In response to U.S. Congressman allegations, European member state Ireland says it will not bow down and become America's "whipping boy."