Microsoft doesn’t just want the Xbox One to live on your entertainment center, the company wants it to occupy
Sweeping changes are in store for Apple’s smartphone operating system.
According to Intel, the upcoming Haswell mobile processors will offer a 50% increase in battery life compared to their
Facebook asks European partners to stall planned launch of HTC First smartphone as it scurries to revamp Facebook Home.<br style="clear:
SuccessFactors founder and CEO resigns from SAP Executive Board and will leave the company June 1.
U.S. CIO VanRoekel says future for government is one where mobile is the default computing platform; highlights accomplishments of Digital
It wasn’t too long ago that bandwidth caps were a complete non-issue in most US cities. Connections simply weren’t
Joyent expands instance types to match Amazon’s in size and price, adds “reserved” instances to better compete.
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Are your analytics efforts getting bogged down in all the data streaming in from social, apps, surveys and other channels?
Google reduces per-gigabyte pricing for Cloud Datastore by 25%, reflecting falling cloud storage prices; read operations are cheaper, too.<br style="clear:
Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff takes the long view while Wall Street reacts to a lower-than-expected outlook.
Unlike Sony, Microsoft was happy to reveal exactly what its new console looked like earlier this week. And now
The release of a new console ultimately lives or dies by the games you can play on it. It
Microsoft has decided that with the launch of the Xbox One it is going to take control of the
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Interplanetary weather app that integrates weather data from Mars and Earth is among the winners of the competition.<br style="clear: both"
We’re getting closer and closer to disposable computers as Hisense delivers $99 Android tablets to Wal-Mart stores across the
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