A recent FTC settlement with HTC puts mobile device manufacturers on notice that they will be held responsible for securing customer data and privacy.
It’s time to put aside jingoistic discussions of cyberwar and approach China as a political and economic rival that can be swayed from bad behavior on the Internet.
Feeling the competition from Microsoft Lync, Cisco launches a sordid campaign to tout its unified communications platform over its rival’s.
Oracle has blasted an unfavorable Forrester report, calling it a “speculative note based on misconceptions.”
A new study by Forrester Research shows Oracle is struggling to get customers to migrate from its older on-premise software to its modern Fusion Applications.
Internet companies making a fortune by selling user data to advertisers could soon see those business models erode as fed-up consumers share far less of their personal information.
Hewlett-Packard takes a stand against the abuse of student labor in China by setting limits on suppliers.
Survey shows that CIOs’ expectations seldom jibe with what’s possible, given the complexity and immaturity of the technology behind Big Data.
In buying Acme Packet, Oracle is making its second acquisition in a push to challenge Cisco in emerging networking markets.
California says ride-sharing service Lyft can do business while the state decides on new rules that could change the taxi industry.
Faced with an increasing number of police and government requests for user data based on outdated federal laws, the industry’s largest Internet companies are fighting back.
Tying facial recognition in stores with purchase history may be in the future, but for now retailers opt for caution to avoid privacy backlash.
How would the PC industry change if Microsoft became a big investor in a private Dell?
Finding itself playing catch up in the cloud-computing market, Oracle will likely turn to its usual bare-knuckle tactics to beat down rivals and buy time.
Venture capitalists are excited about investing in an educational system ready for technology’s transformative powers.
HP crows about remaining the king of the PC market – which makes the computer look more even more like a dinosaur.
SAP’s in-memory database called HANA is now ready to power the German software maker’s business applications. Here’s why that’s such a big deal.
Cisco wants to team up with cable operators and other service providers in delivering interactive TV to the living room. While the new services may be cool, they are guaranteed to leave a dent in one’s wallet.
Given its cash flow troubles, HP has little choice but to start shedding underperforming businesses. To save itself, anything could be up for sale.
The Justice Department investigation opens the next chapter in the feud between HP and Autonomy founder Mike Lynch, who the PC maker claims duped it into paying billions for the British software maker.