A report from IDC said the market for enterprise software worldwide showed conservative growth during 2012.
Last week, thousands of people took to social media in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings, hoping to help identify the perpetrators.
Intel is reportedly pushing a new all-in-one PC concept in an effort to boost sales and finally make AIOs mainstream.
Japanese authorities are approaching ISPs in a bid to get them to switch off the Tor network.
For a while there has been speculation as to who is building what looks to be a super data centre in Altoona.
Foxconn could be about to spend a quarter of a billion dollars replacing millions of faulty iPhones, dumped back on its heels by Apple.
The maker of expensive management software, SAP, is having some trouble making sales in Asia.
Opinion Tomorrow Apple is going to announce its results and it is starting to look like there will be few who will be cheering.
Google has defended itself against allegations that it has been playing a game of tax evasion in the UK, claiming the nation is lucky to have the search engine working in the country.
The search to find the first humans to set foot on another planet begins in earnest today April 22, when Mars One launches its much-vaunted astronaut selection programme in New York.
Our old friend Raja Koduri, who was poached by Apple four years ago to head up its graphic stuff, has been re-poached by AMD, it has been confirmed.
Lookout has unearthed a new family of malware it is dubbing BadNews - which has emerged in the Google Play Store for Android devices.
Germany has issued an ultimatum to the search engine Google to start answering user questions via email or face the consequences.
Google made more than a few dollars in its latest quarter, raking in a cool $14 billion in revenue.
A LulzSec hacker who admitted taking part in a computer breach of Sony Pictures Entertainment was sentenced to a year in prison, followed by home detention.
Attempts by Big Content to accuse YouTube of piracy have crashed into the iceberg which is the US legal system.
An alliance of Chinese internet companies is looking to clean up its act and it wants to enlist the help of a porn specialist. The appraiser will be tasked with reviewing websites, looking for pornographic content, then rating and managing the blue sites.
Blackstone has given up its quest to own Dell and cleared the way for tinman Michael Dell and his private equity partner Silver Lake to go ahead with a $24.4 billion deal to acquire the PC maker.
Microsoft's CFO Peter Klein is the latest top executive to flee Redmond's Vole Hill in what some analysts think is a by-product of Steve Ballmer sticking to power.
AMD reported its Q1 numbers last night and they were slightly better than Wall Street’s expectations.