Windows 8's user share growth slowed significantly last month, hinting at further trouble for the struggling operating system, new statistics from an analytics company showed today.
A one-stop shop that includes help for finding great apps and key accessories, and instructions on how to safely dispose of your old devices.
A program to help prepare business customers for the next-generation OS includes a free handset.
Apple's OS X Mountain Lion now powers more than 10% of all Macs, and may be on the way to outdoing its predecessor, Lion, in adoption speed, an online advertising network said today.
IT managers in businesses and governments are taking steps to ensure that the Summer Olympics do not bust networks or budgets.
True privacy can be hard to come by in the socially enabled online world, but Twitter on Thursday announced that it has joined Firefox maker Mozilla in taking a big step forward for users.
Executives at AstraZeneca, a global pharmaceutical company, know that it's not enough to provide social collaboration tools for their employees. Those tools...
The Metro user interface doesn't serve well as the default for a server OS, but so far the ingredients for success are here.
Google is targeting the enterprise with its cloud-based notebooks that make it easy for companies to manage their computer systems.
The U.S. government may start issuing terror alerts using Facebook and Twitter, according to a news service report.
Microsoft today reminded customers that it will pull the support plug for the aged Office XP in July.
A rocket carrying a satellite designed to help scientists study the Earth's climate suffered a technical failure and may have crashed.
More than a quarter of iPhone owners now using AT&T will switch to Verizon, a U.S. consumer survey said today.
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