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.
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.
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.
Total-cost-of-ownership studies from Microsoft fail to tell the most critical part of the cost equation: the cost of exit.