Apple Leads Phone Market In Revenue
The iPhone generated $12.3 billion in sales, easily beating Nokia's total of $9.6 billion in sales, according to Apple's strong second-quarter earnings report.
Where Does Oracle's Itanium Dump Leave You?
Companies running Oracle software on HP's big servers will have to make choices. Here are the well-known migrations paths, a few unheralded options, and possible unintended consequences.
Sizing Up The Unified Computing Stack Wars
Server vendors are now armed with formidable network and storage offerings, and software vendors have acquired hardware companies. But should you tie your data center's future to an integrated vision?
Weekend Wrap Up On RIM, IE9, Flash
RIM Co-CEO Mike Lazaridis got defensive with the media, Microsoft showed off IE9 for Windows Phone, and Adobe's Flash has found its way to Google's Android Honeycomb.
Acer Launches SMB Storage Systems
The Hitachi-made storage arrays and adaptable modular storage complement the Acer servers launched earlier this year for small and midsize businesses.
Life As Google's CIO
Ben Fried explains the unique experience of running Google’s corporate IT, from constant online software upgrades to a homegrown videoconferencing system.
Windows Phone To Be Second By 2015
Gartner has joined IDC in predicting that Microsoft's mobile platform will take over the number two spot in 2015, just behind Google's Android.
Bing For iPad A Great Upgrade
The Apple iPad gets a revised version of Microsoft's Bing search engine, which includes new features and does a better job than Google iOS search tool.
Windows 8 Influenced By Windows Phone 7
Microsoft's next desktop platform, Windows 8, is expected to take some interface cues from Windows Phone 7. Will something that works well on a tiny screen scale up to a larger monitor?