After a glacially slow start to 2009 in the mergers and acquisitions market, tech companies are buying again.
Facebook shutters program that sparked a lawsuit alleging privacy violations, and funnels $9.5 million into a fund that will support online privacy, safety and security.
Price cuts and data center expansions are in the works as three of the cloud industry’s heavy hitters step up the competition.
What if Twitter limited all posts to only 14 characters? Even worse, what if every post had to be exactly 14 characters, no more and no less? That's the premise...
As the opposite of Twitter, new site requires 1,400-character minimum.
With former HP chief Carly Fiorina likely running for U.S. Senate from California, we ask: what other techies have launched political careers?
Technology is changing the way fans watch and interact with sporting events. In some cases it's changing the sports themselves.
The venture capital industry hasn’t "hit bottom" yet, says longtime VC.
Microsoft's historic embrace of Linux technology could have wide-reaching impacts on the virtualization market and Microsoft's rival VMware.
A hacker apparently stole and released hundreds of confidential documents pertaining to Twitter's business affairs.
Flash storage start-up Fusion-io says it can make commercial-grade flash memory with enterprise-class reliability.
From Star Trek and space camp to baseball minutiae and They Might Be Giants, there's a vacation option for any type of geek this summer.
SMBs More Interested in Cloud Than Big Businesses? Just a Myth, Forrester Says
68-degree Data Centers Becoming a Thing of the Past, APC Says
Since the personal computer debuted in 1971, a Darwin-esque evolution process has lifted the PC from modest beginnings to its current role as an indispensable part of life in the 21st century.