In an in-depth profile, Google's head of data-center operations provides a history of how the company's approach to data centers has changed in seven years.
Thanks to a three-decade-old executive order, researchers say, Fourth Amendment protections against warrantless domestic surveillance may not be as strong as first thought.
Last year, the term du jour in enterprise tech was big data. Now, it's advanced analytics.
The chief financial officer for the company's Applications and Services group tells investors now is the time for Microsoft to put its foot on the gas with Bing, not sell it off.
A source tells Bloomberg that Google is "considering" designing its own ARM-based server chips. It's possible, but Intel need not panic just yet.
Today in the tech marketplace: Twitter got the glory, and Groupon fell apart. But Nvidia was there too.
Those running Windows 8 will be able to get Windows 8.1 for free. But 8.1 will cost everyone else between $119.99 and $199.99 (for Pro).
Microsoft employees across the world just got this e-mail from CEO Steve Ballmer about the company's latest reorg. Here it is in full.
Protecting users' e-mail privacy from the National Security Agency and other intelligence services means using encryption. But with the exception of Google, few companies do everything they can.
Up more than 50 percent from just a year ago, video viewing by the site's 1 billion monthly visitors shows they are watching a serious boatload of videos.