Life can be tough when you have the same name as a celebrity.
Application and testing firm finalizes $295 million purchase of Web optimization firm. Compuware brings aboard all of Gomez's 272 employees.
Application management firm Compuware is buying Web optimization company Gomez for $295 million to offer customers a unified approach toward optimizing their applications.
MIT's Jose Gomez-Marquez stops by CNET to demonstrate how medical devices for the developing world can be made from ordinary items such as Lego pieces and bike pumps.
MIT Professor Jose Gomez Marquez has created medical devices out of Legos, developed a way to print paper-based diagnostic technology, and figured out how to power a nebulizer with a bike pump.
Wuala, Crashplan, and Gomez: Three ways to save money, if not the planet.
Savvy shoppers are putting their smartphones to good use and downloading apps that can save them money. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on the new popularity of coupon apps.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 hits shops Friday, and Samsung has opened more branded stores today to celebrate the new phone.
Clear Channel signals the significance of the social photo and video app in connecting fans and stars by adding a new category to its inaugural awards show. Voting, of course, will take place on Instagram.
An Oracle employee is said to have used his corporate AmEx card to run up a rather large sum on two consecutive nights at a San Francisco strip club. The company allegedly refused to honor the expense.