From Cyber Monday on December 2, consumers can get their hands on Qualcomm's Tog smartwatch.
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The first pre-configured patterns in SAP Jam and CRM will revolve around account planning, deal rooms and service requests.
Google's Eric Schmidt plans to integrate new software into the famous search engine to prevent users from finding child-based pornography and abusive material.
Reports suggest that Apple has acquired PrimeSense, potentially in order to innovate in the field of 3D sensor technology.
At its Dreamforce conference this week, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff will outline Salesforce 1, a platform designed to set customers up for the Internet of things, wearable computing and the customer connections that go with them.
Apple's Campus 2, dubbed the "spaceship," comes to life with a whole new set of street-level renderings from the architects, submitted to Cupertino's city council.
Who? Amazon, Apple, Google, and Microsoft to name four. Do you even care? You should.
From BYOD and social media to ergonomics and encryption, Tech Pro Research has dozens of ready-made, downloadable IT policy templates.
Universities need to get this business alignment thing down too and break down silos between their business schools and STEM programs if they are going to develop the next crop of CXOs.
Splunk and Ford collaborated on a project that melds big data and vehicle information. Expect enterprise applications to follow.