HP CEO: Turnaround Will Take Time
HP's third quarter results show PC, printer, server, and services revenues in decline, but Meg Whitman sees silver linings in the otherwise dark cloud.
Application Development In The Age Of Mobility
The native vs. browser debate is still raging, with each strategy garnering 74% of respondents to our 2012 Mobile Application Development Survey who plan to deploy custom applications. But don't get bogged down in Apple vs. Android or HTML5 readiness. It's all about the apps.
Windows 8 RTM: 8 Changes From Release Preview
Final version of Microsoft's new operating system is now available to developers and IT pros; here's a look at some of the differences they'll find compared to the most recent trial edition.
Windows 8 RT Tablet Makers Revealed
Roster of hardware makers building systems around mobile-friendly version of Windows 8 includes the usual suspects--with some notable exceptions.
Lenovo Windows 8 Tablet Has IT In Mind
ThinkPad Tablet 2 has storage, security features to please enterprise IT. Also shows Lenovo, unlike some of its rivals, stands behind Microsoft Windows 8.
Android, iOS Dominate Smartphone Platforms
Google's Android and Apple's iOS accounted for 85% of all smartphones shipped in the second quarter. Microsoft's Windows Phone made gains, but BlackBerry OS and Symbian lost ground.
Oracle Loses HP Itanium Court Battle
Judge rules Oracle's dumping of support for partner's products was not "business as usual," orders software vendor to support HP's Itanium-based servers. Oracle says it will appeal.
Windows 8 Is Fully Baked, Microsoft Says
Redmond's new operating system hit the RTM stage on Wednesday and will soon be available to developers and IT departments. Everyone else must wait until October 26.