Kanye West, President Obama and David Letterman grabbed headlines this year when they apologized for their behavior. Which high-tech companies did the same?
Top tech companies issued a bundle of apologies for their assorted mistakes and misdeeds in 2009. Some said they were sorry with style, while others offered up mealymouthed mea culpas.
RIM, as well as with big names like Google, Microsoft and Salesforce.com, have been among the companies scrambling to restore services in 2009.
The enterprise search appliance will now show relevant Twitter posts alongside internal and external search results.
Georgia Tech researchers have received a $450,000 NSF grant to boost security of iPhones, BlackBerries, and other smartphones and the wireless networks on which they run.
Google AdMob Buyout Latest in Long Line of Acquisitions
You can contribute to a variety of scientific research and charities by donating your system's idle processing power to operate an on-the-fly supercomputer.
U.S. and Indian researchers have joined forces to design a computer program that can detect when you’re yawning – a potentially life-saving invention for drivers...
In these days of Conficker and other malware, tech security vendors may be worth following on Twitter.
Alicia Keys, Eddie Vedder, Radiohead, Google and Twitter songs grab honors
This Q&A with Justin Perrealt, a general partner of Commonwealth Capital Ventures, offers insight into how startups are coping in the current economy.
Money talk dominates security, wireless, green IT and open source sessions at annual 451 Group event.
Articles by Bob Brown