Who are the biggest losers of the year? CIO.com tells all.
Clear images and video of the rumored BlackBerry 10 L handset arise.
The company's chief adds, however, that he believes there is a path to success that will come by way of BlackBerry 10.
More than 250,000 people signed Mark Shields' petition demanding better conditions for workers who assemble iPads. Shields said he fell into the cause accidentally. But he also does this sort of thing for a living.
Does the world really need to know that you sent an e-mail from your Kindle Fire? We'll show you how to remove the default signature.
Security conglomerate Network Associates will re-absorb its myCIO.com subsidiary just a year after it launched the managed information-services firm, the company stated in a SEC filing on Thursday. MyCIO.com offers a variety of managed services, including antivirus filtering, virtual-private networks and vulnerability assessments. While Network Associates will continue to provide its customers with the services, it believes that it could save upward of $10 million in 2001 by eliminating redundancies. Network Associates CEO George Samenuk made the announcement at a Robertson Stephens analyst conference on Thursday, the filing stated.
In a panic, hiker Kris Rowley threw her iPhone at an approaching bear. That turned out to be all she needed to get away--but then Apple made her pay full price for a replacement.
The software giant's long-held and deeply rooted enmity toward open-source software appears to be crumbling, if its new Kumo search technology is any indication.
A recessed environment can be good for all parties. Here's why. The best vendors grow more competitive, and IT becomes a people issue.
Although it posted strong earnings, the German enterprise software maker is looking to cut costs amid tough economy. Adopting an open-source model could help.