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It demonstrates the 1st Law of New Media... content scales much faster than servers and software.
Alongside its G4 and G Flex 2 smartphones, LG is preparing to launch a 'super' phone in the second half of 2015, according to mobile boss Juno Cho.
Through a new website, Microsoft is allowing some of its customers to download Windows 7 installation media in ISO format. But if you're hoping to repair or refresh an OEM installation of Windows 7, you're out of luck. I've got the details here.
Following up its new residency on the New York Stock Exchange, Box is wooing some of those financial players with a new line of optimized cloud services.
Jive is promising marketers new insights for personalized messaging and campaigns based on a visitor's demonstrated interests.
Former Facebook data center and Open Compute Project leaders take their skills to the new start-up.
The bigger purpose behind RingCentral's new cloud platform is another stab at killing off legacy business phone systems.
Parallels can now integrate the 2X RAS server into its solutions to improve corporate use of Parallels virtual desktop software.
HP CEO Meg Whitman stressed the "currency challenge" (a stronger U.S. Dollar) will cause a greater impact in 2015 than originally predicted last quarter.
Apple has purchased music plug-in and effect developer Camel Audio according to reports and company records.
Situated at NHL.com/Stats, the SAP-powered digital hub will host roughly 100 years of NHL statistics.
Wall Street was expecting a loss of 13 cents per share with $786.63 million in revenue.
Wall Street was bracing for a loss at 37 cents per share with revenue of $26.11 million.
A new technology startup accelerator program launched in Perth by Australian telecommunications company Amcom is offering up to eight startups AU$40,000 in seed capital, along with three months of professional mentoring.
Intuit has already launched an investigation, working both state agencies and third-party security expert Palantir.
Facebook has come a long, long way since its sophomoric beginnings.
We take a look back at what has been happening across the startup world and discover some great new apps, ideas and companies that made the news during 2013.
I want a few things from my tech gadgets and providers. Here are my top desires.
Much like the initial IPO announcement, Twitter defended its $1 billion fundraising goal with some significant Tweets. Let's flip through them.
Dire warnings and posts on privacy and security regularly appear in our Facebook feed, shared by people that believe they are true. Here is a round up of the hoaxes that are shared the most. They are all fake.
Most of the leading enterprise collaboration platforms have mobile clients as well as social networking features. Here's a list of the leaders as well as a look at their mobile clients.
Sometimes marketing campaigns go awry on Facebook -- and even Facebook itself can get its messages wrong.
Google has radically reworked the Google+ interface. Here's what it looks like in 2013.
Want to follow some new Twitter peeps? We round up some strange and interesting accounts for you.
A look back at some of the successes and victories, the bad times and controversies, and the downright ugly failures by Twitter and by its users, during 2012.
While the big data buzz is making the headlines, it's also fast-becoming a genuine force in deriving strategic insight and actionable business intelligence from social media, as we see in each of these compelling case examples.
Check out these mobile apps to track the progress of Hurricane Sandy, and update you on the travel situation as the storm approaches
Some brands are really successful at gathering fans on Facebook. These brands top the league tables in terms of Likes
After release on social media, some odd advertising stunts manage to attract worldwide fame.
Social networking company shows off its Singapore office which recreates an old-time coffeeshop ambience and industrial-looking workspace.
At the "Inside Google's Search Office" Churchill Club event in Mountain View, Calif., Google Fellow Amit Singhal explains how the company's new social initiatives will affect users' search results.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announces a new Skype-powered video-calling feature that will begin rolling out to Facebook users immediately. Video connections will be nearly instant, with no downloads or technical expertise required, Zuckerberg says.Facebook Video Calling vs. Google+ HangoutsFacebook tries to box in Google+ as so five years agoFacebook announces video calling, powered by Skype
At a Churchill Club event in Palo Alto, Calif., executives from Cisco, ARM, and McKinsey Global Institute talk about the role social networking is playing inside the enterprise. They discuss who is using it, strategies they've implemented, and best practices going forward.
At the TechLines future of email debate held this month, IBM general manager of Lotus Software and WebSphere Portal Alistair Rennie said that social networking will be useful in the business, not necessarily for communications purposes, but rather to glean data to improve the workforce.
At a Churchill Club event in Mountain View, Calif., All Things Digital's Kara Swisher talks to David Kirkpatrick, author of "The Facebook Effect," about why the company is now the No. 1 social network. Kirkpatrick points to genuine identity and authentication, and a focus on technology as key factors for its success.
At the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco, Facebook's Paul Buchheit talks about short-form communication on Facebook and how the 'Like' button is a good example of a quick and lightweight application that allows users to engage more easily with their friends. Buchheit says, "We think that's the future of upcoming communication mediums."
At a press event in San Francisco, Microsoft's Robbie Bach and Derek Snyder unveil the Kin mobile phones. Based on the Windows 7 operating system, the new phones will have extensive social networking built in and will also be able to access the Zune music service.