Google Drive is poised to give IT departments yet another headache to deal with.
Verizon Business offering its customers a more secure alternative to the public Internet.
Roberto Saracco isn't buying carriers' claims that they need to put caps on their LTE services due to excessive traffic causing massive engineering challenges.
A question-and-answer session with Steve Conley, IT director for the Boston Red Sox, about the ballpark's use of Metro Ethernet, Wi-Fi, and more.
CEO dismisses concerns about Android's strategic value as a "short-term" issue, saying developing and distributing Android is about much more than the bottom line.
Let's face it: Your prospects of becoming an overnight billionaire by inventing the next Instagram aren't good.
Check out these iPad apps for sales forces, IT departments and more.
If you're confused about what Google does and doesn't know about your online activity, don't worry: Google is letting you in on the secret.
An AT&T executive claims the nixed merger would have prevented call center closures -- but the FCC expressed concern the combined carriers would lose jobs.
Google is still master of the search domain, but that hasn't stopped the company from looking over its shoulder.
AT&T expects its LTE footprint will double by year-end, hitting more than 150 million points of presence in 56 markets.
Although AT&T and Verizon both offer comparable plans for the new iPad, there's one feature that AT&T is still lacking: tethering.
A recent survey by the Pew Internet and American Life Project reveals 83% of American Internet users search using Google.
AT&T has been working to either acquire or free up more spectrum for its LTE network. It has plans to use some of its current 2G spectrum for LTE deployments.
Android's growth continues to be impressive if the latest numbers given by Google are accurate.