First big Android Wear update supports GPS and offline music
You don't need to lug around your smartphone to track your performance if you own a Sony SmartWatch 3.
The teacher's guide: 50 resources for using tech in the modern classroom
A roundup of educational articles, apps and tutorials for educators looking to integrate technology into the classroom, updated for 2014.
Digital Transformation, Part 6: Examples of digital transformation done right
Every business should jump at the opportunity to improve and transform, especially when there are great rewards to reap, and when not doing so could be harmful. The never-ending advancement of technology presents enterprises with countless promising opportunities for every aspect of their business.
Ello converts to a PBC to remain ad free
Ello is standing by its commitment that it will remain an ad-free social network, and has done so by becoming a public benefit corporation.
Telstra's iPhone launch held back by supply shortages
Telstra has said that the iPhone 6 launch this month performed better than that of the iPhone 5, but the company lacks sufficient supply of the devices from Apple.
Oneflare eyes UK expansion after AU$1m funding round
Australian online marketplace startup Oneflare has set its sights on the UK market after securing AU$1 million in its second round of funding, bringing its total investment capital to AU$1.5 million.
Moving to the cloud sets the style for Stables
Clothing retailer Stables shifted core business processes to the cloud to stay on top of a rapidly growing small business.
LG to invest $3.7 billion in South Korea's largest research complex
South Korean conglomerate LG Group has started construction on what is to become the biggest research complex in the country, Jaehwan Cho reports.
FTDI admits to bricking innocent users' chips in silent update
In a move that has surprised and angered security researchers, chip maker FTDI has admitted to issuing a silent update that bricks cloned FTDI FT232 [USB to UART] chips.
Amazon owns up to extra spending on Fire Phone, Web Services
One analyst went so far as to demand which numbers on the balance sheet Amazon values most and when said numbers will improve.
Trade Me: Was it the biggest Quickbooks user ever?
A Netsuite rollout at New Zealand-listed trading website Trade Me saw the end of what could have been the world's largest Quickbooks implementation.
NetSuite sales surge in Q3
The cloud ERP vendor handily topped expectation as deferred revenue swelled compared to a year ago.
Juniper Q3 earnings in line with estimates, outlook bleak
The network equipment maker's chief executive blamed the "disappointing" quarter, which gave Wall Street the clear-cut signal to sell, sell, sell ? driving shares down after-hours.
Microsoft's Q1 shines; Office 365 leads results
The software giant handily tops expectations as Surface Pro drove Surface revenue of $908 million. Office 365 subscriptions for home, personal and enterprise swelled.
Twitter throws devs an authentication bone
Kit lets app devs give end-users ability to use phone number for sign-up and log-in
Amazon falls well below Q3 earnings targets; weak outlook for holiday season
A silver lining? The "Other" category that houses Amazon Web Services did see its own revenue climb.
How Pixar, National Geographic make Apple work in the enterprise
The IT heads for both organizations were on hand at the JNUC to explain how their companies deploy, manage and utilize Apple products throughout their organizations.
Facebook reveals patch in response to Yahoo's account recycling program
Turns out there was a bit of a vulnerability (and lack of communication) between Yahoo and Facebook. Whoops!
Ubuntu 14.10 has landed ? and it's not just for desktops
Canonical's latest Linux, Ubuntu 14.10, saves the biggest improvements for its cloud and server versions.
How Avanade institutionalizes innovation
From weekly hackathons to an annual contest for new solutions, the Microsoft-centric integrator makes customer-centric research and development part of its culture.