The wearable computer has many benefits. The problem is none of those bear any relevance to enterprise customers, and bring-your-own-device (BYOD) may cause more problems than it's worth.
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Just call her Marissa "Moxie" Mayer.
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CEO Marissa Mayer has imposed a number of design changes across Yahoo services, and the design team may be suffering casualties because of it.
Will tech giants Facebook and Google end up in a bidding war over the startup?
The enterprise software company reports financial results for its fiscal first quarter 2014. Here's a look at the numbers.
The enterprise cloud storage firm, which is currently hurtling towards an initial public offering, has snapped up French firm Folders and its developer.
Facebook engineers describe how the social network can serve as a "horizontal tier" that connects its global user base with third-party applications.