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A new iOS app from Brainshark lets Apple iPad users accurately view full-blown PowerPoint presentations on the tablet.
In a clear sign of the influence consumer mobile devices are having in the enterprise Oracle has flagged that it plans to make available iPad- and Android-compatible versions of its traditional ERP and CRM suites as well as its latest Fusion apps.
Cisco announced improvements to its video product line Thursday to make it easier for businesses to capture and share video, including a free iPhone and iPad app that should arrive next month.
Open-source BI (business intelligence) vendor Jaspersoft is joining the ranks of companies adding support for Apple's wildly popular iPad.
Hewlett-Packard CEO Leo Apotheker was ousted from his position on Thursday and replaced by HP director and former eBay CEO Meg Whitman.
Apple has topped a survey of customer experience, as chosen by other global company leaders and customer service experts; the company also has taken first place in an annual customer-satisfaction survey.
Seven state attorneys general have joined a U.S. Department of Justice lawsuit attempting to block AT&T's $39 billion acquisition of rival mobile carrier T-Mobile USA.
Intel on Wednesday announced the new 710 series solid-state drives, which the company is pitching as a replacement to hard drives in enterprise servers.
Macworld has Introduced three additional newsletters, targeted at creative, business, and digital photography enthusiasts.
More rumors about the iPhone 5's appearance surface, Google buys up yet another passel of patents, and Steve Jobs gets a shout out from a surprising source.
A new survey says that Steve Jobs's departure as Apple CEO won't affect the purchasing habits of consumers. In addition, the iPad continues to sell well in both consumer and corporate markets.
The U.S. Department of Justice would "severely set back growth and competition" in the U.S. mobile telecom market if its efforts to block AT&T's acquisition of T-Mobile succeed.
One young designer takes on a hefty hunk of Apple legalese and tries to make it friendly. Meanwhile an old school union boss has a beef with Cupertino, but an Arizona-based company drops its dispute with 1 Infinite Loop. And we hope you like dissecting innocuous photos for clues, because we've got our fill of that.