NEWS ANALYSIS: In her first public speech as CEO, IBM’s Virginia “Ginni” Rometty showed folks that might not have known, …read more
Earlier this week, a man (whose identity remains anonymous) underwent cranial surgery and had 75% of his skull replaced …read more
The Adobe Digital Index indicates that for the first time, Website visitors are using tablets more often than smartphones to …read more
Microsoft’s Kinect platform didn’t just breath new life into the Xbox 360, it introduced a rapidly adopted way to …read more
At CeBIT, eWEEK looks at computing products that you wear and that might make sense to the IT department.
PARC (Palo Alto Research Center) gave reporters a look into diverse projects that it is working on and that will …read more
The serious perils of making cocktails at home cannot be understated. Who hasn’t spent an evening cleaning up spilled …read more
Dell’s Inspiron 15R Special Edition is no stranger to our top deals lists, and with good reason. It offers …read more
Several companies have been trying for a little while now to use existing technologies to make indoor navigation better, …read more
From full-blown services like TurboTax to sales-tax calculators and mileage logs for tax deduction, the App Store has you covered …read more
Students enrolled at accredited schools worldwide can use the data-visualization desktop client that usually sells for $2,000.
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Only Google Chrome OS withstands attack in annual hacking contest as Flash, Java and every major browser are exploited.<br style="clear: …read more
Managers at The Royal Bank of Scotland have red faces after second IT crash in less than a year annoys …read more
Google-owned Motorola is again cutting jobs. In August it began the process of eliminating 20 percent of its workforce.