Microsoft’s MSN and Bing departments have a history of getting cozy with Mozilla’s web browser. Today, there came a
Chrome OS and the Chrome browser get new stable releases, while Chrome Beta for Android starts a new version.
The FCC has requested a budget of $359 million for 2014, a year that will bring highly anticipated spectrum auctions.<div
Steetmap suit claiming Google uses “uncompetitive” practices follows announcement by six data protection authorities that they will sanction search giant
New tools aim to help users maintain privacy should something happen, remove data after set period of inactivity.<br style="clear: both"
New subscription service lets British commuters download short fiction pieces by popular writers.
While the HP Envy line of laptops may be relatively new, the more mainstream versions we see in the
IT hiring continues to grow faster than other job categories and the U.K. economy as a whole, finds KPMG/Recruitment &
What could be better than an interactive dinosaur exhibit? The answer to this question is in Ohio. It is
Proposed government regulation would let hospitals subsidize EHRs and related services for independent doctors through 2016, instead of 2013.<br style="clear:
Gmail has added quite a few innovations in its run so far, including multiple language support, lots of storage and
IBM on April 3 marked the 50th anniversary of its Fellows program by elevating eight employees to the Fellowship for
A leaked roadmap suggests that Microsoft Office for Android and iOS devices might not arrive until late 2014.<br style="clear: both"
Software hack allows security researcher to take control of aircraft navigation and other systems; avionics manufacturers emphasize that the presentation
DOD tech budget is flat, but major civilian agencies will see more investment.
Despite HP’s problems since buying the software company in 2011, Autonomy is still important in HP’s efforts around big data,
Athenahealth launches development platform, Allscripts stresses Windows 8, eClinicalWorks opens up EHR to mobile health apps.
83% of Americans don’t even know about BlackBerry 10, and 72% report they’d “never” buy a BlackBerry, according to new
Tablet ownership also continues to grow, as just over half (51 percent) of teens own a tablet computer, up from