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The Brooklyn-based digital marketplace wunderkind is packing its bags for its IPO roadshow.
Just like most US users, ZDNet readers have made Chrome their web browser of choice. What's surprising is the next most popular browsers, in order, are Firefox, Safari, and, believe it or not, only then IE.
Big data and Internet of Things to improve weather forecasting.
Seventy-four percent of executives say improving customer experience is their top priority in 2015. So why is it so difficult?
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.
Alan Trefler, CEO of Pegasystems, a $600 million software company, shares strategy on bootstrapping a company, creating great customer service, and why "mobile first" is not always best.
ZDNet's global readers favorite operating systems largely track those of American government visitors, but with some interesting differences.
Microsoft will be rolling out its promised, free subset of mobile-device-management features to Office 365 commercial customers over the next four to six weeks.
Microsoft's Corporate Vice President of its combined OneDrive and SharePoint team, Chris Jones, is moving to a new role inside the company's Applications and Services Group later this year.
The emerging world of luxury devices---enter the Apple Watch Edition---means no lines, VIP phone support and private service. But there's an absurdity to it given the technology won't hold value over time.
Improvements to the Spark-powered analytics platform from ClearStory Data are designed to increase the speed of data analysis and reduce data-preparation times.
Forrester's latest wave on the CRM sector keeps the big guns as leaders, but acknowledges that specialized players abound. In other words, CRM remains a mature yet bloated market.
Are you getting threat intel -- or just antivirus software? A government-backed report designs a framework for threat intelligence that can be scaled to different sectors, sizes of organization, and organizational goals.
CIOs are under pressure to deliver innovation while keeping the day-to-day operation running too. How can they balance both?
Adrian Di Marco's experience with multinational companies gave him a glimpse into what he did not want to become, which eventually paved the way for him to establish TechnologyOne.
From the utopian retro-futurism of the '40s and '50s to current emerging vehicle concepts and manifestations, the future of travel has never looked cooler.
There is some seriously creepy software floating around on the Internet for iPad, iPhone, Android and PC.
Companies are using server racks that submerge your database servers in cooling, soothing liquid - saving money and the environment.
What better way to welcome back coworkers from an extended vacation than an amusing practical joke?
Even a timid Linux user can handle encryption with the help of the right tool. Here are some good, user-friendly options.
The new iPad with the Retina Display is a good tool for getting things done. These apps are great for that purpose.
People are looking for ways to use mobile technology to get healthier and several companies now have products to aid you in this endeavor. We don't always need to track intense workouts, but need ways to track the other 23 hours of our life.
Trouble with your GPS? Your computer is mysteriously rebooting? It's probably due to the effects of a solar storm.
Is your computer moving at a crawl? Don't give up. There are some things you can do about it.
At a special event, Apple CEO Tim Cook takes the wraps off what is expected to be the latest tech rage - the new iPad.
These apps are the most-used apps on my iPad. They include writer's tools, research tools, and even remote access utilities. There is a bonus sneak peek at an app not yet available.
In a special event, Apple announced its intention to turn iPads into an inexpensive, educational tool.
Razer, probably best known for its gaming mice, is entering the laptop market with the $2,799 Blade premium, gaming laptop.
Industry insiders share their highs and lows of 2011 and what they hope to achieve in the new year as big data, cloud computing and IT consumerization trends continue to dominate.
QR -- two dimensional barcodes that were originally designed for the automotive industry. Due to its potential for quick readability and storing additional information within confined space, QR codes have become a recent product of extensive experimentation.
At Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco, Oracle CEO Larry Ellison discusses the company's new cloud offering. Ellison says: “The key difference is that our cloud is based on industry standards and supports full operability with other clouds and data centers on-premise."
While some companies have taken to social media like ducks to water, others are frightened to even dip their toes in. ZDNet Australia held a roundtable this month with IT executives from top Australian companies to gauge how social they are and how social they'd like to be.
At the Dreamforce conference in San Francisco, Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff says that enterprise technology is going to face an uprising akin to the Arab Spring in the Middle East. The theme is that customers are going to revolt against traditional enterprise software as corporations become more social.
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