Instagram users, like Facebook users, can now tag people (and more) in photos, creating a new opportunity for brands.
Moving millions of Hotmail users over to Outlook.com was a gargantuan task that involved migrating 150 petabytes of emails.
From productivity to utilities to business, this slideshow reveals which apps iPhone and iPad owners have determined really are best
The acquisition adds to Intel’s aggressive push into the networking space, including its recent efforts in the competitive SDN market.<div
Released back in 2002, those of you that owned a GameCube and actually left it plugged in might remember
IBM announced enhancements to its PureSystems family of expert integrated systems that provide greater reliability, security and support for new
Oracle has made a minor investment in Proteus Digital Health, a company that makes ingestible and wearable sensors.
Acer recently tapped Star Trek Into Darkness to build anticipation for a new product launch, and the big day
Acer’s new Win8 hybrids exhibit design flair — but with next-gen devices expected soon, will customers care?
HP is creating business unit that will focus on a small but growing part of the larger data center hardware
This eWEEK slideshow examines truths and myths about two-factor authentication.
When Nintendo launched the 3DS with its 3D capable upper display, it also came with a warning. Very young
Flip through key features of Samsung’s new Galaxy Tab 3 and some of the other smart devices that make up
BlackBerry’s announcement that the Defense Department has approved BlackBerry 10 devices for use was overshadowed by a three-hour outage.
Dell’s UltraSharp line of monitors has been a mainstay in the premium monitor market for several years now, but
Though Iron Man 3 is the hot Marvel commodity at the moment, production on Thor 2 is currently underway. The sequel
Public-private partnerships offer on-the-job IT training to unskilled youth, aiming to produce a new generation of IT talent.<br style="clear: both"
Someday, you will walk into a room in your home, push a button or two, and then be transported in
Department of Defense approves use of BlackBerry and Samsung devices by military and government workers, a big win for the