The Internet inside the enterprise: We don't have it, and we need it
It's no longer fashionable to criticize enterprise IT as it once was. That's because the Internet has definitively won the competition and is leading the way in tech innovation. But for proactive organizations, it doesn't have to be that way.
Samsung fires another shot at Microsoft in Android patent battle
Samsung now claims there's another reason it stopped paying Android patent licensing fees to Microsoft: antitrust issues.
Amazon defends weak diversity scorecard with STEM programs, Affinity Groups
Amazon's diversity scorecard fills out how one would expect these days, unfortunately.
Dell launches Venue 8 Pro 3000 Windows 8.1 tablets starting at $199.99
The trend of cheaper Windows slates continues.
BlackBerry brings new privacy features to upgraded BBM
Central to the new features is an extra layer of privacy that BlackBerry said allows users to take more control over their shared messages and content.
BlackBerry's Passport gets huge interest in India
The Passport seems to have attracted a torrent of interest much like it did in other parts of the world following its launch. But can the company successfully satiate its audience in India?
Facebook sets up hidden service for Tor users
The social network is now accessible to Tor users using the address https://facebookcorewwwi.onion
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Microsoft releases surprise Outlook for Mac update, new Office due in 2015
Microsoft released a new version of Outlook for the Mac today, aimed exclusively at Office 365 subscribers. The company also detailed ambitious plans for Office for the Mac upgrades next year.
Virginia police can now force you to unlock your smartphone with your fingerprint
A circuit judge likened police forcing smartphone owners to unlock their device with a fingerprint akin to providing a DNA sample or an actual key.
Following the launch of Apple Pay, Juniper Research thinks NFC will finally be a success
For the past decade, NFC (Near Field Communications) has promised much and delivered little. But Juniper Research predicts that Apple Pay will now drive market adoption?
HTC Q3: Razor thin profits but its recovery still on track
The Taiwanese phone maker drummed up a tiny profit for the three-month period, with the hope that it can do better during the lucrative December holiday quarter.
Amid EU probe, Apple flags Irish tax impact to investors
Apple has warned investors that its results may be adversely impacted by changes to tax legislation in Ireland.
Zero Day Weekly: CurrentC hacked, White House breached, APT28 exposed, Verizon shamed
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending October 31, 2014. Covers enterprise, controversies, reports and more.
Salesforce opens first European data centre in the UK
Salesforce has opened its first European data center in the United Kindom, one of three new establishments planned over the next year.
Emerson to build thermal management research center
Collaborating with the University of Dayton School of Engineering, the center will advance technology in five key fields.
EE boosts 4G speeds in London as LTE-A goes live
Ahead of Vodafone's faster 4G roll out, EE has switched on its improved 4G network in central London.
Amazon exec: Fire phone pricing was 'wrong'
A top Amazon executive has admitted the company missed the boat when it comes to the Amazon Fire Phone, and the original price point may have been to blame.
iPhone 6 Plus: Half of a very portable work system
The iPhone 6 Plus becomes an integral part of a small work system that packs a punch when combined with the right accessory.
Sony rides high PlayStation 4 sales, Q2 losses narrower than expected
Thanks to strong PlayStation 4 sales, Sony has posted a narrower than expected loss in Q2 -- but the firm's mobile division still suffers.