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After reporting negative cash flow results for the year ending 2014, Australian online freelancing marketplace Freelancer has recorded a cash flow of almost AU$1 million for the first quarter of 2015.
Intel's latest results should provide some clues to the health of the PC market. Lately the signs haven't been good. But at the Intel Developer Forum in Shenzhen, Intel insisted there's still plenty of life left in the PC.
Delegates at this week's Interpol World conference in Singapore urge for deeper industry collaboration, as populations become increasingly connected just as cybercriminals are increasingly collaborative.
A new partnership between Australia's Melbourne IT and US-based public cloud management player 2nd Watch is expected to ramp up the local company's cloud migration capability.
Can religion improve philanthropy in Silicon Valley? VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger believes it can.
The new BlackBerry Enterprise Service (BES) release goes all-in on mobile device management. But does it have what it takes to succeed in a crowded MDM market?
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IDC analysts noted a volume decline below 69 million units represents the lowest recorded volume since the first quarter of 2009.
No specific reason was given as to why White is leaving except that he is "is no longer with the Company" effective immediately.
Lenovo and Hewlett-Packard, the world's top two PC vendors, also both saw PC shipment increases during the first quarter.
Finding the value in digital strategy has a lot do do with recognizing customer and back end data costs, but information and data value deflation can wreck the best of plans
Executives for both companies said the deal, which is LinkedIn's largest acquisition to date, is the "kind of fit that benefits everyone."
This time in the latest round of Zynga musical chairs, Mark Pincus, co-founder and former CEO (as well as former product chief), has found himself back at the top.
The taxi booking service provider is setting aside US$100 million over the next few years to fund a research facility, tapping data analytics and identify market trends to drive its growth strategy.
The global semiconductor market saw a 7.9 percent increase in total revenue last year, hitting $340.3 billion, according to new research by Gartner.
Home and office robotics are poised to soar, but consumers need a push. Savvy retailers can shape the market and guide customer behavior through education.
IT budgets are expected to increase by only 1% in 2015, during an era of unprecedented digital trasition and disruption. Is IT being given the resources to win? If it is, can it deliver?
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!
2013 is just around the corner, so prepare your office for the new year with a fine selection of 15 excellent office gadgets and must-haves! Sure to induce coworker jealousy.
The Chinese tech giant drafts engineers straight from universities around the country to drive its huge R&D effort. What do they find when they get to Shenzhen - and more to the point, what are the canteens like?
Have deep pockets? Perhaps a few of these gifts will tempt you. Jeweled USB or batcave, anyone?
Prepare to get your learn on with these 10 interesting and little-known facts about one of mankind's greatest achievements: the Internet (and the Web, too).
The London 2012 Olympics is going to be a huge working-from-home experiment for many organisations. Here are some tips on making it go smoothly
With these gadgets and must-haves, you'll have everyone in the office wondering how so much win could possibly come from one person! Be the awesome you want your office to be.
Prepare to celebrate the fourth of July in style with these awesome gadgets and apps! No matter who you are, there's something for just about everyone here.
ZDNet has gone global. This means you have access to even more great content from Australia, Asia, UK and US Editions, and valuable resources that connect you with industry experts and your peers from around the world.
Yes, upgrading your technology will cost a bundle of money and cause disruptions at work. But if you don't do it your business could have major consequences.
Looking to put some humor in your day? Check out this gallery of sight gags for geeks!
Take a peek inside the Windows 8 consumer preview, and see what Microsoft has in store for the iconic Windows operating system.
National ICT Australia (NICTA) has thrown its doors open for the seventh time in as many years, inviting all to see what's next in cutting-edge technology and also to open the Digital Productivity Showcase, a demonstration of future applications that will likely use and show the capabilities of the National Broadband Network.
A new effort at the Smithsonian will create digital 3D models and physical 3D printed of many of the objects in its archives, a step that could help researchers and educators alike.
With U.S. military personnel increasingly spread throughout the world, the Navy has commissioned a prototype of a forward-thinking nerve center that would allow decision makers to get the information they need, regardless of where they are and whether they can be in the room or log in virtually. CNET News reporter Daniel Terdiman was given a tour of the prototype for the Navy's Command Center of the Future by the project's lead research engineer.
How does solar conversion work now and how do we want it to work in the future? Paul Altivisatos, interim director for Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory at UC Berkeley, explains how a solar cell works and how the solar energy of the future, via a solar fuel generator that converts energy the same way plants do, can become more efficient. He says that rather than looking for what's next, he looks to the end result--an ideal usage for materials.
At the Intersolar Conference in San Francisco, Scott Stephens, Photovoltaic Specialist for the U.S. Department of Energy, explains why he's optimistic about the future. He expects the market to stabilize and manufacturing to begin to consolidate. In addition, he says, the DOE is always searching for solar technology that improves on efficiency, scalability, and durability.