Cover Oregon Diagnosis: Oracle Overdose
Federal critique of Oregon's Obamacare health insurance exchange finds project overly dependent on Oracle consultants, architecture bloated with Oracle software.
Google Drive Chops Prices
Google Drive blows past other online storage services by tripling free space to 15 GB and cutting prices across the board.
Why China Loves WeChat
A year ago, Weibo was China's hottest social network. Now WeChat is the only place to be. Why the dramatic shift?
DevOps Demands You Fix Twice
If you've taken time to get everything just perfect, you haven't truly adopted the rapid iteration, lean product development ethos.
iOS 7.1: What's New
Apple's mobile operating system update squashes a big bug, adds CarPlay, and brings new features to iTunes Radio, Siri, and more.
CoronaCards Aims To Jazz Up Mobile Ads
Corona Labs hopes to make sophisticated interactive advertising easier to create and implement across multiple devices by making Corona SDK APIs embeddable.
2014 State Of Database Tech: Think Retro
Conventional databases from Microsoft, Oracle, and IBM still dominate the enterprise, say respondents in our newest research. What will it take for NoSQL, DBaaS, and distributed systems to break through?
Microsoft Windows 8.1 Update Surfaces
Microsoft inadvertently leaked its Windows 8.1 update for a few hours Thursday. When it arrives in April, can the update overcome doubts about the future of Windows?
Facebook's WhatsApp Deal Under Fire
Privacy advocates file FTC complaint to block Facebook's $19 billion acquisition of messaging service WhatsApp, calling it unfair and deceptive.
Target Seeks New CIO
Data breach last year prompts CIO Beth Jacob to resign; Target will hire interim CIO and chief compliance officer.