Managers on the go can get those HR approvals done with BlackBerry support to follow
A pair of new iPhone applications let Amazon EC2 users manipulate their systems on the go.
A new survey finds that more than half of developers worldwide expect to work on software-as-service applications this year.
A consumer group has asked Google to let users opt-out of leaving personal data on the search vendor's systems.
US companies are set to slam the brakes even harder on IT spending, according to a new study.
Google Apps Premier customers can now point Google Analytics at their domains.
A startup CRM company is aiming squarely at Mac users for now.
System integrators offered mixed reactions Friday to the iPhone's immediate viability in enterprises.
Microsoft says it would deal with a new Yahoo board in its ongoing effort to acquire part or all of the company.
A new study found that many IT shops fear they are not in compliance with their software license deals.
Rich Internet application vendor Curl has introduced a runtime for Macintosh environments.
More than charity lies behind Microsoft and Intel's announcement this week that they will donate US$20 million to a pair of U.S. colleges in the hope of spurring advances in parallel, or multicore, programming research, as a Microsoft research scientist readily acknowledged.
The FCC's board heard testimony Monday from advocates on both sides of the net neutrality debate.
Microsoft's pledge to improve interoperability between its products and open-source applications drew mixed reaction from the open-source community.
Open-source project hosting site takes cue from Red Hat's Exchange.
Articles by Chris Kanaracus