Windows Phone 30% Of HTC Sales
Despite its distant fourth place position among smartphone platforms, Windows Phone contributes significantly to HTC's top line.
InformationWeek Reports: Now Free
Good news, readers: We've changed the name of InformationWeek Analytics to InformationWeek Reports--and made the service free to registered users.
Surfing Naked At Starbucks
Think public Wi-fi is private? Think again--unless you arm yourself with an encrypting proxy server, anyone can see everything you're doing.
Time To Update Firefox--Again
In a bid to become a little more enterprise friendly, Mozilla has decelerated its hectic six-week upgrade cycle--but not by much.
Oracle's Breathless Run To OpenWorld
Oracle's fast, fast, fast server meets a blink-of-an-eye world that can't stop to breathe. But sometimes speed leads to a remarkable discovery.
Android Adoption Twice That Of iOS
Google's mobile operating system was running on 56% of phones sold in the past three months, more than all other competitors combined, says a report from Nielson.
iPhone 5: What We Don't Know
Contradictory reports on what features the Apple iPhone 5 (or iPhone 4S) will and won't include continue to fly.
AT&T Set To Release Mango Tuesday
Microsoft's premier partner for Windows Phone will be among the first to push the mobile OS update out to its customers, according to an internal memo.
The War On SSL Is Coming Your Way
Will updates of the Internet's most trustworthy security barrier get the support they need before we have another breach a la DigiNotar?
Samsung Sues Apple (Again)
Samsung threw four more patent lawsuits at Apple, looking to ban the company from selling iPhones and iPads in The Netherlands.
Stop Software Project Killers
IT leaders must structure software projects so that they can detect and correct problems--or pull the plug--early on. Consider this expert advice.
ECM Reaches For The Clouds
IT doesn't have to give up content management features when users adopt online storage and document sharing.
10 Years Of Information Management
We've just moved out of one generation of solution architectures and on to one that will define the enterprise computing trajectory for the next decade or more.