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.
OPM Releases Strategic IT Plan
Office of Personnel Management director Katherine Archuleta lays out a new IT strategy to improve federal recruiting and retirement systems.
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?
Will Microsoft Waive Windows Phone Fees?
Microsoft has waived Windows Phone licensing fees for two Indian smartphone makers. Will the company extend the offer to other manufacturers to help boost sales?
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.
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?
Do You Have A Future In IT?
During the next five to 10 years, 80% of current enterprise IT job functions will cease to exist. Yet, I'm optimistic.
IT Resume Revamp: Goodbye, Contract Work
Many contractors see the improving economy as a lure back to full-time work. See how our expert remade one IT consultant's resume to help him stand out in a sea of candidates.
The Broken-Leadership Paradox
Is every hire a special little snowflake? That uniqueness affects the social dynamics of high-performing leadership teams.
Office 365 Gets Personal
Microsoft Office 365 will soon become more collaborative, focusing on relevant content to provide a more personalized work experience.
MIT Research Looks To Extend Moore’s Law
For years the semiconductor world has waited for Moore's Law to reach its limit. However, new research from MIT shows how manufacturers can shrink geometries past 20 nm cost-effectively.
UPMC Tablet App Speeds EHR Access
Convergence, a touch app for Windows 8 tablets created by the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, gives fingertip access to patient summary data pulled from one or more underlying electronic health record systems.