6 Top iOS Photo Apps
Is your iPhone's Photo Stream turning into a deluge? Use these apps to edit, organize and share pictures and videos.
5 Things CFOs Hate About IT
Technologists love to grouse about how "the bean counters" stand in the way of awesomeness. But guess what? That street goes both ways.
Don't Count VMware Out In Rough Seas
Wall Street analysts and pundits are busy talking down VMware, but the virtualization pioneer is going through a cycle from which it's likely to bounce back.
Google Maps Updated: 10 Cool Features
Tour the latest version of Google Maps, now available on the iPad and the iPhone, boasting better navigation and search tools, including Google Earth's bird's-eye view.
IBM's Future Growth: Details Shrouded
IBM second-quarter earnings rise but revenues slide, raising questions about where IBM will find next waves of growth. Some cloud, big data and Watson numbers stay hidden.
Cloud Oligarchy? Not Even Close
The cloud community is busy debating how Amazon and a few other large vendors will dominate cloud economics. But it's far too soon to count out the newcomers.
The Coming SSD War
Consolidation is making the SSD market more competitive than ever. Here's what to keep in mind when you're considering enterprise storage solutions.
Amazon Cuts Cloud Prices Again
Reductions range from 37% to 80% as Amazon Web Services girds for fresh competition from IBM's Softlayer, newcomer DigitalOcean.
U.K. Courts SMBs For IT Services Contracts
Digital Services Framework dangles £40 million in front of potential bidders, with a special appeal to small and midsize businesses capable of fulfilling the government's "digital by default" mission.
Dropbox Expands Its Reach
With the Dropbox Datastore API, developers can sync structured data not normally accessible for file synchronization. Dropbox is clouding the distinction between app, device and OS.