Windows RT Woes: HTC Scraps Tablet
Tablets are cannibalizing PC sales -- but while iOS and Android feast, consumers have left Windows RT to starve. Can Windows 8.1 save Microsoft's lightweight OS?
The IBM Way On Analytics
IBM analytic services size up HR data from multiple sources to predict employee satisfaction and retention. Warning: Consulting is required.
Website Aims To Inspire Digital Makers
Non-profit educational group Nesta addresses U.K.'s fading IT heritage through Make Things Do Stuff, a website that offers British teens online tools that foster digital creativity.
Big Data ROI Still Tough To Measure
Business leaders believe in big data's potential but are frustrated by lengthy projects and complicated tools, according to IDG/Kapow study.
CFOs Join CMOs In Tech Power Grab
Like CMOs, CFOs increasingly shape technology selections, Oracle-Accenture study finds. CIOs must look past the threat and find opportunities to collaborate.
O2's Outsourcing Plans Spark Anger
Spanish telco's U.K. brand, O2, says it doesn't need as many call center staffers to help customers since the rise of the smartphone. But its plans for dealing with that change have been fiercely attacked.
Is Data Quality Overrated?
MetLife and search-and-rescue teams prove that sometimes as-is data is good enough for serving customers and saving lives.
Google Chrome Browser Blurs OS Lines
Google talks about Chrome OS and the Chrome browser as though they're different products, but they continue to converge. Witness the new rich notifications feature.
Google Gmail Gets Tabbed Inbox
Information overload got you down? Just divide your Gmail messages among different tabs and your inbox may seem more manageable.
Windows 8.1 Timing All Wrong
Windows 8.1 should be coming out now. Here's why Microsoft can no longer afford to target the fall for new releases.