Amazon's debut entry into the smartphone arena, the Fire Phone, costs more than Apple's iPhone 5S to build, but less than Samsung's Galaxy S5.
IT Priorities 1,265 articles
CIOs say marketing leaders lack focus. Chief marketing officers say IT is too slow. But both claim they are working closer with each other on digital projects.
Privacy 2,670 articles
My Amazon home page shows me how much the company knows about me and my online activities. Here we show you which privacy and security settings can help you reduce the information Amazon holds about you.
Wearables: Fit For Business? 12 articles
Smart rings like Fin are impressing people and winning major crowd-funding money -- but are they a temporary fad?
Amazon 3,108 articles
Amazon's Fire Phone has the design quality you might expect from Apple's iPhone, or Samsung's Galaxy S5. It's a strong contender in the Android space, even if it misses a few enterprise targets.
Emerging Tech 9,806 articles
The deployment marks the first time a major department store chain rolled out iBeacon-based technology across its units.
Data Centers 4,972 articles
Schneider has previously worked with Baidu to provide custom IT cabinets as part of Baidu’s Open Source-based Project Scorpio.
Samsung 2,199 articles
It's the Android-rival mobile operating system that never was. At least for now, anyway.
Open Source 10,127 articles
Rackspace's senior product director touted the expanded support should make "scaling and performance problems a thing of the past."
Smartphones 7,630 articles
The LG G3 is an elegant high-end Android smartphone with a superb 5.5-inch screen, a high-quality 13-megapixel main camera, a fast quad-core SoC, intelligent UI skinning and an admirably restrained set of software extras.
Korea 177 articles
Private equity fund files lawsuit against LG Corp for alleged damages caused by the abrupt cancellation of an initial public offering (IPO) of one of the group's subsidiaries, reports ZDNet Korea’s Jeong Hyeon-jeong.
Enterprise Software 15,394 articles
Software licensing is often impenetrable and costly for the CIO who makes a mistake. Mark Flynn leads a new body that aims to redress the balance and fight the corner for end-user companies.