If you’ve owned an iDevice for a little while and love to tinker, chances are you’ve given a thought
You finished BioShock Infinite, and after sifting through the wealth of very complex and contradictory feelings the game left you
Along with BlackBerry, EarthLink and Red Hat, Google is urging the Federal Trade Commission to limit “privateering.”
Defense Information Systems Agency will spend $45 million on a private storage cloud for intelligence and surveillance imagery.<br style="clear: both"
News of a closed door negotiation with WhatsApp may change the course of Google’s upcoming unified communications tool, Babble.
Oracle Business Intelligence Foundation Suite and Endeca upgrades offer new ways for business users to integrate, visualize and analyze data.<br
If just about every analyst firm in the world is to be believed, tablets are going to be one of
One of our long-time favorite monitors, Dell’s UltraSharp U2410, is on the cusp of being completely replaced by the
eWEEK worked with graph search specialist Neo Technology to provide 11 examples of how other companies are using graph search
Right To Know Act would allow state residents to see full reports from any website, mobile app or data broker
As technology moves forward and our media continues to move more toward digital files rather than tangible items we
One year from the end of Windows XP support, Microsoft offers SMBs 15% off if they upgrade to current versions
Accenture has launched a new cloud platform and will invest $400 million into the initiative.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark office has reconsidered its position that the “mini” in Pad Mini is a descriptor and
After the console-free Sony PS4 launch event, Microsoft needs to put together an impressive display for its next console.
HTC intended to get its One smartphone into 80 markets but managed only three during its first quarter—which ended with
If you’ve been holding off on making any investments in home theater hardware until 4K video is available for
But Israeli government officials dismiss the claim and call the hacktivist group’s ‘OpIsrael’ campaign ineffective.
Tri-Borough councils of West London say they can pare millions off operating budgets by sharing IT, financial and human resources