CERN set the Web on fire by releasing open software without royalty payment requirements. Two decades later, proprietary technology has found a foothold.
The virus can not only steal data but disrupt computers by removing critical files, says a Symantec researcher.
The Mac and iPhone maker turns to IT services provider Unisys to help it better serve corporate and government clients.
CNET looks at some tips and tricks developers use to ensure they've got a lean mobile program.
Nagging "navigational" novelty device offers driving advice so you don't have to feel too lost and alone without your usual backseat driver.
With iPhones and iPads penetrating the enterprise, companies want to know they're secure. Apple brings David Rice aboard to reassure them.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is the latest government organization to move the cloud, and has picked Microsoft for the task. The deal covers 120,000 employees.
General Services Administration becomes the first federal agency to move all its e-mail to the cloud, awarding a $6.7 million contract to pay for Google Apps for Government.
A spate of recent acquisitions show that the BlackBerry maker isn't ceding its position as smartphone king easily. But is it too late to stave off the iPhone's coup in corporate IT departments?
Majority of participants in Unisys survey favor giving president authority to control or "kill" portions of the Internet in the event of a malicious cyberattack.