T-Mobile started something with their no-contract offerings that charged you just for service and not for phone subsidies. AT&T is the first to join them by stopping the double dipping penalty.
Security 30,935 articles
Microsoft 'alarmed' by NSA spying. (But let's not forget it knew about the risks at least two years ago)
Microsoft's chief lawyer compared the National Security Agency to hackers, and tried to reassure business users that their data was as safe as it can be. But the software giant knew about the effects of the Patriot Act at least two years ago. Why? I was the guy asking the questions.
CXO 20,196 articles
Twitter is hoping its latest executive appointment will put some angry Tweeters to rest -- at least for awhile.
Legal 10,640 articles
Based on where this goes next, a retrial in California or an appeal pushed all the way to the Supreme Court are both possible.
Mastering Business Analytics 11 articles
In our first chapter about the use of Big Data by the government of Brazilian state of Minas Gerais, we cover the story of Data Viva.info, a recently-launched platform that opens data for exports and occupations for the entire formal sector of the Brazilian economy.
iPhone 5,772 articles
The deal would give Apple access to about 700 million subscribers on the world's largest cellular carrier, pushing the iPhone into a new market never seen on this scale before.
PCs 5,949 articles
The company joins the tabletop PC crowd with the $779 21.5-inch system.
Linux 5,353 articles
My hands-on experiments with some advanced Btrfs capabilities show why it's such a useful tool for Linux administrators.
Tablets 5,125 articles
Amazon brings its Windows 7 virtual desktop to Apple's iPad.
Microsoft 23,430 articles
You've heard it a million times by now -- it's devices and services all the way in Redmond. But have you thought about what that means?