Patents inhibit software innovation, and the software industry doesn't need them, but disarmament is unlikely. What can we do about them? WikiPatents is a start.
The new organization includes more than 70 global IT leaders, representing $50 billion dollars in annual IT spend. They've banded together to learn from each other and together influence IT procurement.
Beating out Lockheed Martin, HP will sell $2.5 billion worth of products and service to the space agency.
The scandal surrounding the US National Security Agency is no laughing matter, of course. But it's hard not to look for telling lines in the agency's new job listing.
Up to $5.6 billion in hardware may be provided for U.S. federal government agencies over the next seven years.
Vivek Kundra, President Obama's choice for federal chief information officer, wants to spur new industries and government solutions by engaging Americans online.
Adopting open-source software could save the British education system a lot of money, but only if it stops prioritizing short-term solutions over long-term goals.
New software tools and a developer confab highlight Samsung's push to offer something different from all the other Android device makers. Think multiscreen.
The tech giant announces the creation of services to help corporations use big data in the battle against white-collar crime.
In his quest to take the company private, the Dell CEO says he'll spend more money on PCs and tablets, hire more salespeople, and compete more aggressively overseas.