Ask a question
Four alleged members of an international computer hacking ring face charges in the U.S. of breaking into the computer networks of the U.S. Army and several tech companies and stealing several software packages, including programs used to train Army helicopter pilots.
Cray has added more horsepower to its latest supercomputer, the XC40, and already has scored some big-time customers.
Activist investor and hedge-fund manager Carl Icahn says eBay's decision to spin off PayPal into a separate company is "almost a no brainer."
With features such as offline sync in the new version of its Mobile SDK, Amazon Web Services is hoping to lure developers away from the cloud services offered by Google and Apple.
Oracle has overhauled the way it will build user interfaces in a bid to meet customers' expectations for user-friendly mobile applications -- and also to keep pace with rivals Salesforce.com and Workday.
At Global Partners, IT teaches its vendors how to be strategic partners for the business, not just sell their shiny new boxes.
A number of antivirus products caught all the malware the testing lab threw at it. But only a few were free.
Publicly, CIOs and CMOs say they get along, but in the dark recesses of the enterprise, tensions abound. Here's why.
Lenovo officially acquires IBM's x86 server business Wednesday, promising a seamless transition for its customers, while taking some new security-focused steps.
Is it time for developers to charge users money for open source software? Plus: Is Ubuntu 14.10 going to be a boring release? And the FBI doesn't like encryption that protects user privacy.