Google was recently caught by the DOJ and outed by Microsoft for not having FISMA (Federal Information Security Management Act) certification on its Google Apps for Government platform.
Part of Microsoft's problem over the past decade has been one of image and marketing.
Whose responsibility is it to fix state budget crises? Is it Amazon’s?
One of the benefits of the information age is the new forms of media that we have access to. But did you ever wonder how new media impacts our eating habits?
Fortunately, or for some unfortunately, we are nearing the end of numerous careers. Obviously, everyone would like to be remembered as a hero of their own story.
Do you have plenty of time to waste on useless crap? Then you may want to download a royal wedding countdown clock on your smartphone.
It often seems as if this country takes one step forward and two steps back. Case in point: the unrestrained greed behind AT&T's acquisition of T-Mobile.
The BBC World Service is going to be getting an investment soon. They will be receiving a low six figure sum from the US Department of state.
Anand Chandrasekher, senior VP and GM of Intel's Ultra Mobility Group (UMG), has abruptly resigned to pursue "other interests."
AT&T announced yesterday that it has reached a deal to acquire T-Mobile. It cost AT&T $39 billion to become the most powerful carrier in the US.
It is interesting how much more active Microsoft has become with regard to protecting its intellectual property in the last 5 years.
The mysterious hackers of Anonymous have been more busy than usual this week. But are they a legitimate movement or a bad joke?
Medical science tells us some foods in abundance are bad for us. But should there be a limit on how bad our food can be?
It appears Microsoft is pulling the plug on Zune hardware. I actually had a lot of hope for the media player when it was first announced in 2006.
People of a religious persuasion like to give up things that are "bad" for Lent. That means that in 2011, people are giving up Facebook to make god happy.
Well, that’s what I was thinking when I drove up to San Francisco for a briefing yesterday about Pioneer’s new receiver lineup.
The US Department of Homeland security is planning a massive increase in the amount of covert surveillance it conducts on civilians.
Amid all the talk of reboots and remakes, it’s kind-of refreshing to get some news that at least one classic property is being kept immune to all this.
As I was conducting interviews about the iPad 2, one of the typical comments I didn’t pick up until later was that the second-gen launch lacked the frenzied excitement surrounding the unveiling of Apple’s original iPad tablet.
As we watched the iPad 2 launch today, many of us wondered if the popular tablet should be considered just another PC, or perhaps - like the iPod - a unique product in its own category.