Windows 8 Beta: 8 Insights For IT
Microsoft Windows 8 Consumer Preview, now available for download, gives valuable information to enterprise IT pros preparing for the final version.
The Big Data Challenge: Social Data Meets Corporate Data
With the rise of social media sites, companies are getting hit with a blizzard of unstructured data, and must now find cost-effective ways to integrate and analyze the collective pool of big data to generate granular business insights.
HTC One Smartphones Debut At MWC 2012
HTC One series of Android 4.0 smartphones includes high-end
camera components and sound from Beats Audio. Check out our video coverage, from Mobile World Congress 2012.
Android's Success: By The Numbers
Google's Android boss bragged about the platform's incredible success: Think 300 million devices, with 850,000 new devices activated daily.
DARPA, MIT Research A Self-Healing Cloud
Researchers aim to develop a cloud computing environment that could immediately recognize and fend off a cyber attack, much like the human body fights a virus.
Skype App Comes To Windows Phone
Microsoft’s VoIP app is optimized for Windows Phone 7.5 Mango smarpthones, including Nokia’s Lumia line and Samsung Focus devices.
TelyHD Brings Skype To Your TV
Android-based TelyHD connects your TV to the Internet to enable Skype video calling, photo sharing, and other features.
Why Google Plus Is Better For Business
Google social and mobile global marketing director Rikard Steiber comes to the set of InformationWeek's Valley View to explain why businesses should use Google Plus to engage their customers.
Apple Takes Chomp
Search company acquisition will help Apple's customers more easily find the mobile apps they need.
8 More Ways Windows 8 Could Be Great
From SkyDrive integration to picture passwords and Office apps, significant changes to Microsoft's new OS make it barely recognizable compared to predecessors.
Air Force Says 'Nyet' to iPad2
The U.S. Air Force is pulling back an order of thousands of iPads. Is it because the plan includes software written by a Russian?
Chronology Of An Outsourcing Disaster
Austin Energy's deal with IBM for a new billing system has gone painfully awry, internal emails reveal, resulting in lost revenue for the utility and outraged customers.