The latest version of Apple's mobile operating system is out, and so is its wireless payments system, Apple Pay, designed for the latest iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
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Apple's deal with IBM will see a massive spike in uptake across the iPhone and iPad market, one Wall Street analyst says, at a time where iPad sales continue to stagnate.
In technology there's no such thing as too big too fail. There may be some serious cases of too big to succeed. IBM's third quarter results show how the company needs to run faster to keep up with changes in IT.
The company, which has a popular work management and collaboration tool, has added new visualization features that show enterprises the moving process and people parts.
Developers have a few weeks to test their apps and comply with the new user interface and specifications before Android 5.0 launches in November.
Much like the back-end infrastructure for the Open Graph to constructing data centers around the globe, Facebook's preventative measures and protocols have made from scratch in-house.
The BuySecure initiative will implement enhanced payment security measures throughout the federal government, with hopes that the effort will trickle into the private sector.
SAP is lending some of its enterprise muscle to the previously consumer focused Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses, which are geared toward field technicians and warehouse workers.
Google is gunning for a seamless user experience for its payment system and is open to partnerships. Does the company have the focus or skill to tackle Apple Pay?
The chipmaker announced on Thursday at its fiscal third-quarter earnings its restructuring plan, which will lead to a 7 percent drop in global headcount.