Two tech giants are forming a new company to help manufacturers combat counterfeit products via a combination of SAP's supply chain technology and Nokia's authentication software.
Business management software giant is working with database provider Sybase to help corporate users access applications on smartphones like the iPhone.
The long-awaited Windows Phone 8 software development kit is out today. And that's not all Microsoft delivered at its Build developer conference on Day 1.
Nokia has filed a patent suggesting it may be ready to build a 3D-capable mobile device. The gadget is reminiscent of the Nintendo 3DS, but with a novel eye-tracking system.
Apple is looking at screen sizes between 4.8 and 6 inches for its next-but-one iPhone, according to a report.
Open source is increasingly keeping exceptional company.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer cites the strong debut as a selling point to convince developers to create more apps for the company's platforms, primarily Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8.
The iPhone maker has snagged the No. 2 spot in Interbrand's Best Global Brands for 2012, a 129 percent leap from last year.
Microsoft has spent a fortune snatching up other companies, and just dropped a cool $7.2 billion on Nokia's phone unit. Here's a look back on the company's biggest hits and misses in the risky acquisition game.
What you need to know when shopping for a hands-free headset.