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Restrictive BYOD policies will fail because humans have a compulsive attachment to mobile devices.
HTC sits in third place behind Apple and Samsung. Meanwhile, the company is developing a smaller version of the One, called the One Mini.
LG's phablet device is popular in its home market of Korea. Elsewhere? That's another story.
Not only does CEO Meg Whitman seem to have a solid strategy, but there's plenty of evidence it's starting to work. Maybe it's time for skeptics...
After two years of slow sales, Chromebooks are beginning to catch on.
While it doesn't hold the No. 1 spot, the U.S. still dominates the latest Top500 list of the world's fastest supercomputers.
Strong early sales of the keyboard-packing Q10 give BlackBerry's resurrection a chance.
CenturyLink's cloud company, Savvis, broadens cloned app capabilities by acquiring automation platform AppFog.
Watson's early, $5 billion bet on computers made IBM an institution and moved him out of the shadow of his iconic father.
Red Hat combines its Enterprise Linux with OpenStack to push its own private cloud stack alternative to VMware, Microsoft platforms.
Hoping to create "a great customer experience" for Windows 8 devices, Microsoft will take over the PC departments in hundreds of Best Buy stores.
New class of powerful, small vacuum pumps could be used in national security applications for electronics and sensors that require a vacuum.
Metacloud proposes a new way to implement cloud computing -- your own OpenStack private cloud that it will run on your premises.
Samsung said that AT&T will soon offer an LTE-equipped version of its Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet. Also, sales of the Galaxy S4 are just fine, thank you.
CloudAware finds Salesforce.com's Chatter social platform a boon to helping companies monitor compliance, performance in Amazon Web Services...
Apple iPhone 5S is on track for fall 2013 debut, while Apple tests iPhones with 4.7- and 5.7-inch screens for next year, reports say.
Drug Enforcement Agency testing tablets in its crime-fighting work.
No, it's not the zippy new CTR platform, but it's a step up.
Hewlett-Packard's 'HAVEn' ecosystem unites Hadoop, Autonomy, Vertica and enterprise security, backed by management software and consulting services.
With iOS 7, Apple wants to shore up doubts about its ability to innovate in design. Take a closer look.
Samsung's Galaxy S4 Zoom targets users who care more about a top-notch camera than a cutting-edge smartphone.
Backup managers should look at bringing endpoint protection in-house and using it to protect tablets.
The day we send robots to work in our places might be closer we think, if Cisco and iRobot's hallway-roaming video-equipped robot, the Ava 500,...
VMware has integrated server log file management into its overall operations product, bringing real-time analytics to server info.
Apple hopes to take on Microsoft Office 365 and Google Drive with its own iWork in the Cloud.
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