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The CRM Watchlist 2015 Elites is a small group with a huge impact. Yesterday, we looked at Microsoft, and today, we take a look at the littlest of the four: PROS. Let 'er rip.
Australia's CoinJar has introduced a Hedged Accounts offering that pegs bitcoin to standard currencies such as the US dollar and pound sterling.
The marketing software maker reported a net loss of $15.9 million, or 39 cents per share.
David Kleidermacher comes to BlackBerry by way of Green Hills Software, where he most recently served as the company's CTO.
Since the last third of Steve Ballmer's reign and continuing with Satya Nadella, Microsoft has made a commitment to thinking in ecosystems -- and just in time. What can they do to improve?
Personal communication and branding tips for IT professionals and CIOs.
The hacktivist collective has targeted and taken down hundreds of social media accounts belonging to the extremist group ISIS.
The race to the bottom is playing into the Amazon trap.
Scott has more than three decades of experience in the technology industry -- not to mention the role of CIO pops up several times on his resumé.
Riverbed continues its makeshift garage sale, this time finding a buyer in Brocade.
The social network reported earnings of 12 cents per share on a revenue of $479 million, a 79 percent year-over-year.
Australian online design crowdsourcing platform DesignCrowd has scored an AU$6 million Series B capital raising effort led by new tech-focused investment fund AirTree Ventures.
Yahoo's Small Business unit has drawn the short straw and will be included as part of Yahoo's Alibaba stake spin-off.
EY Advisory earned the CRM Watchlist 2015's highest score. Why? They deliver the perfect integration of mission and vision with actual work and corporate life. Take a gander.
Research firm IDC says the top-heavy tablet market saw shipments drop 3.2 percent for Q4 2014, marking the industry's first ever year-over-year decline.
We take a look back at some of the major stories that broke August 26-30 — including Steve Ballmer's retirement aftermath, VMworld, the Twitter 'hack,' software patents, and more.
If you're bored of Facebook, why not rent a husband or watch the African plains to pass the time?
In 1966, NBC released an iconic but short-lived series that would inspire generations of inventors to bring about changes in our daily lives with technology that was once within the realms of strictly science fiction.
We review the week's top stories in words and pictures.
Just because ZDNet didn't pull your leg with any fictitious, fun stories today, that doesn't mean others haven't. Here are some of the best of this year's April Fools' jokes.
Don't worry, you won't see any April Fools' jokes here on ZDNet, but there have been some crackers over the years. Here's just a few.
There's no reason why an irritating page problem can't also be amusing.
SXSW Interactive 2013 packed tens of thousands into Austin, Texas. The world's largest Internet conference included hardware hacking and mechanical bulldogs.
In honor of 2012, we've selected some of the most interesting, helpful, and unexpected products for geek DIYers.
Join me for the "first" computer Christmas season: when PCs cost thousands of dollars, hard-drives boasted of having megabytes of storage, and connecting to the Internet happened at 1,200 bits per second.
While everyone's busy telling you what to buy this holiday season, here's a list of some of the hottest gifts this year -- and why you might want to consider NOT buying them!
Let's take a stroll through Logitech's new video labs for optical and audio testing in Silicon Valley.
Looking for gift ideas for that special techie in your life (even if you're said "special techie")? There's something for just about everyone here! And don't miss the additional galleries linked throughout, where you'll find nearly 100 more excellent gadgets and gift ideas!
Missing technology during the holiday? Want something sweet to eat after dinner? How about a geek cake to satisfy your cravings?
Every year, that certain November day comes along where we pause to reflect upon the things we're grateful for. Accordingly, here is a list of the tech I'm thankful for that made my life all the more enjoyable in 2012!
ZDNet takes a tour of Yahoo's kitchen to see the sustainable options, food management company Bon Appétit has implemented. Innovations include locally farmed food options, a low carbon diet calculator that measures your food intake against your carbon footprint, and a food dehydrator that converts excess food scraps into mulch.
Media industry executives talk about the challenges bringing 3DTV to market and how long it will be before consumers are able to watch 3D in their living rooms without the aid of viewing glasses. The panel, moderated by Michael Stroud of iHollywood Forum, includes: Steve Shannon, executive vice president, RealD; Patrick Griffis, senior director, Dolby Laboratories; and Andrew Gellis, senior executive, Evergreen Films.
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