Many of the pet owners reading Geek, myself included, have probably wondered what exactly our furry (or slithery?) babies do
A group of U.K. users is suing Google for “snooping” on their activities while they were using the Apple Safari
At the close of trading Monday, VMware will hold its fourth quarter 2012 earnings call. Revenues are expected to come
The unsung heroes of the glamorous world of NASA are surely the ones who toil away all day studying the
Google is attempting to have similar claims dismissed in the U.S. for lack of harm.
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T-Mobile doesn’t expect its biggest rivals to respond to its new unsubsidized-device strategy. For at least the next two years,
In this day and age, it’s not too difficult to translate text between languages — simply copy the text, paste
Here’s a look at the new Microsoft Surface Pro tablets, available February 9.
IT staff survey finds big data projects are plagued by unclear business objectives and unrealistic expectations that Hadoop will solve
Anyone who tried to pick one up during the holidays can speak to the increasing popularity of the Chromebooks. What
Ford predictive analytics group lead Michael Cavaretta talks big data, machine learning and what he looks for in new hires.<br
Cambridgeshire CIO forbids bring-your-own-device practice unless staffers pay for all associated costs — he fears bad publicity.
At its IBM Connect 2013 social business event, IBM announced a bunch of new software and cloud services that will
Those who of us don’t have million-dollar TV deal or multiple movie gigs will probably never understand the logic behind
If you have heard any of President Obama’s alarming rhetoric about the threats of devastating cyber attacks on America, it
Newest version of Microsoft’s productivity suite will soon be generally available, complete with a new five-device pricing model.<br style="clear:
Who’s to blame for slower-than-expected Windows 8 PC sales? According to Microsoft, it’s the PC manufacturers who are at fault.
A second major online protest over the “prosecutorial overreach” in the Aaron Swartz case has found its way onto several
Criminals looking to extort money from financial institutions continue to hit firms. Even the “hacktivists” have questionable motives, say security