Big Data's Dark Side
Big data has the power to revolutionize society, but also to become Big Brother, warns new book.
Boston, IBM Plot Smarter City
Public-private partnerships aim to deliver services that cash-strapped cities can't provide on their own. In Boston, pilot projects tackle energy, traffic and more.
10 Helpful Apps From Uncle Sam
Mobile apps created by federal agencies will help you track NASA missions, travel smoothly and even get tax advice. Check out our latest guide to apps from Uncle Sam.
Can Social Media Sell Cars?
A car dealer discusses what social media optimization means in the automotive business -- and whether it helps move vehicles off the lot.
CES 2013: What We Want To See
Forget 500-inch, green smart 3-D TVs. Here are a few exciting new trends I'll be examining at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
HP's PC, Services Units Under Scrutiny
In annual report filed with SEC, tech giant says it's considering divesture of businesses that don't fit with its long-term plans. Will CEO Whitman stick with the PC business?
Google Escapes Antitrust Shackles
FTC's antitrust case against Google appears to be winding down without Google being slapped with any penalties or restrictions. Be glad.
7 Ways Outsourcing Has Changed
The old role of outsourcers -- doing repetitive stuff overseas because it is a lot cheaper -- is history. See what's coming to take its place.