The chip maker is expanding its StrataGX family with some new ARM-based technology headed for mobile point-of-sale terminals.
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Ford CEO Mark Fields talks about the automaker's aim to be a mobility company, valuing data, robotic cars and what a large company can learn from Tesla's success.
Whether or not you think Google adheres to its "don't be evil" motto, the company likes to think it has a sense of humor. Here are all the best hidden Google tricks to check out.
Infor is gunning for Oracle and SAP by focusing on industry specific app suites. Execs outlined the strategy at its analyst day.
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The domain hosting service has been humming along with a highly-anticipated initial public offering plan, and now it looks like shares are poised to get off to a good start very soon.
The Brooklyn-based digital marketplace wunderkind is packing its bags for its IPO roadshow.
Amazon will likely have more cloud news on the way soon with its annual customer summit in San Francisco next week.
As PCs in general continue to find their way (or not) in the new mobile-first world, Chromebooks have all but settled into a sweet spot in serving schools and businesses.
Central to the new features is a heightened level of control over shared files, such as the ability to to disable downloading, printing and copying of any file with designated information rights management.
Comcast CEO Brian Roberts said the new company will be able to "establish entrepreneurial ventures" that will drive growth and align with the cable giant's strategic goals.
The Israeli tech firm announced the beta launch of WixMusic, a platform designed to give indie musicians a way to market their brand and sell their music online.
The automaker hopes viable partially-automated cars will be on the market by 2020 with fully self-driving cars soon to follow.
IBM formalizes its focus on the Internet of things as it faces competition from traditional tech rivals as well as companies such as General Electric.
The Gmail for Android app was updated with a slew of new features designed to make it easier to manage multiple email accounts on the go.