Organized on the Upware online portal in aisles by technology, vendors include Microsoft, Carbonite and YouSendIt.
RainStor offers a set of predictions focused on enterprise big data initiatives in 2013.
IBM announced the launch of its new MobileFirst platform and services featuring new solutions in mobile security, analytics, app dev …read more
NEWS ANALYSIS: HTC has unveiled its latest smartphone entrant, the One. And in some significant ways, it’s a better option …read more
Despite Chinese government denials, the persistent, long-term threat of cyber-attacks from China makes it clear that U.S. businesses must find …read more
Google is expanding the user pool for its Glass wearable computer beyond the developer community to get more testers and …read more
Adobe released emergency updates for Reader and Acrobat to close two security holes that attackers are exploiting in the wild.<div …read more
Google wants users to know what it is doing to fight hackers, while reminding customers to maintain strong passwords for …read more
No post-acquisition blues for Yammer. Microsoft reports that the enterprise social networking platform had a record-setting year in 2012.
It has been six long years since lines formed all over the world for the PlayStation 3. Sony is …read more
Republic Wireless is now offering the option of a $99 Android phone with unlimited service for $29 a month, instead …read more
An unlocked $199 iPhone will give Apple access to a $135 billion low-cost smartphone market, says Piper Jaffray analyst Gene …read more
Black Book Rankings’ study of the health care industry shows that many physicians are unhappy with the EHR applications with …read more
The good old United States Air Force has been toiling away on a project that is just as likely …read more
Oracle garners some high-powered assistance in the appeal of its Java infringement case against Google, as Microsoft, EMC, NetApp and …read more
We first heard about Dell’s Project Sputnik in May last year, which turned out to be an XPS 13 …read more