The Chinese smartphone company hopes to replicate success in the smartphone industry within the realm of Internet television.
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The company and London Underground celebrate the latest landmark in a key service for Londonders.
Compuware becomes the second mainframe and applications management company to go private in recent months as it sells to Thoma Bravo.
Commonwealth Bank has promoted David Whiteing to the chief information officer role, replacing Michael Harte who is leaving the company to join Barclays Bank in London.
Want applications to run on the newly released Docker 1.0? The company has you covered.
The company is offering access to its cloud-based Office 365 Personal for applications such as Word, Excel and Powerpoint, for 330 rupees (US$5.50) per month.
Microsoft has purchased GreenButton, a company that 'cloud enables' existing software applications without recoding, for an undisclosed amount.
Microsoft has taken steps to ease onerous restrictions that have curtailed development of business applications for Windows 8. But some say the company still hasn't gone far enough.
The company created four applications in six months through Appirio's crowdsourced development community, including a Google Glass solution for access control.
Any company planning to release a wearable device – be that a smartwatch, smartglasses, or whatever – needs to have their ducks in a row if they have a chance at success. That means having compelling answers to the following questions.
Google has acquired London-based Spider.io, a company focused on cleaning up the Web.
The popularity of low-cost Android smartphones helped Samsung retain its position as the world's top purchaser of semiconductors, staying ahead of Apple. But which company is better placed for long term success in the smartphone market?
Adobe's flagship creative applications get significant updates, and the company resets the clock on 30-day trials so you can sample the new functionality.
Apple makes amazing portable devices and has a great success in the iTunes store, but there are important technology pieces they won't innovate on. The result: a company whose shiny new devices are undermined by mediocre infrastructure.
SURFET Fitness, a three-person Shark Tank entrepreneurial success story, uses the social network for training, coordinating events and handling frequently asked questions.
United Airlines used predictive diagnosis to better track thousands of systems and applications from its newly merged company. It also had to dig deeper and orchestrate an assortment of management elements to produce the right diagnostic focus.
Still riding on its success and the $35 million investment from Accel, 99designs has been able to use its clout to buy up rival design company LogoChef in Brazil.
The company didn't make its goal, but its leaders still see the crowdsourced Ubuntu Edge campaign as a success.
Operating out of London and Munich, the Platinum-level integrator is the cloud applications giant's biggest pan-European partner.
The big question following Jive's recent performance is whether the company can remain independent when social features are being built into most applications.
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