The Samsung Galaxy S4 is the first smart phone to be awarded a prestigious TCO certificate award for its sustainable credentials.
Users were unable to click on shortened links in tweets. Instead, they were sent to a Twitter error page with a broken-robot image and a message that "something is technically wrong."
Microsoft wants to have it both ways on its open-source TCO study, but that's not as incoherent as it first seems.
Twitter is making changes that will extend URL link wrappers by two characters, meaning that the 140-character limit will get a bit tighter.
More than just your Instant Queue and an ugly interface, the new apps allow you to search and discover content.
Bridgelux is building a new kind of lighting that turns your ceiling into a network of smart devices. CEO Bill Watkins has bet his first-class seat on it.
The only thing cooler than a monitor with a million colors is a monitor with a billion colors, and Acer is offering both.
In this week's EIC Squared podcast, ZDNet's Larry Dignan and I discuss the latest news from SAP, Sun, AMD and Microhoo.
All the TCO and ROI calculations in the world won't save you from the massive gremlin of IT economics: Our entanglement with the vendors, products, and approaches we choose.
Total-cost-of-ownership studies from Microsoft fail to tell the most critical part of the cost equation: the cost of exit.