The Android mobile powerhouse is cruising to new heights with 100 million activated devices, 4.5 billion applications downloaded from the Android Market, and 450,000 developers building tools for Android phones and tablets
Red Hat claimed it is the only choice for openness in the cloud, as the open source vendor unveiled private cloud software and a public cloud service.
Microsoft offers a stripped-down version of Windows 7 for thin clients.
VMware accidentally caused a second outage in its Cloud Foundry service after recovering from a previous issue.
Rumored domain name sale fuels speculation about the name of Apple's upcoming cloud music service.
Steve Jobs gets the "South Park" treatment.
If you're planning to take any Microsoft certification exams, now is the time to act because Microsoft will raise the price for each exam by $25 beginning July 1.
Amazon isn't the only cloud computing vendor whose failover systems can't guarantee 100% uptime.
Microsoft celebrated "World Intellectual Property Day" Tuesday with a new call for protecting IP rights for touch-screen interfaces and Web-based services.
A new look into Google's data centers shows extensive security measures and the destruction of old hard drives to prevent leakage of customer data.
Early builds of Windows 8 show facial recognition potentially being used for login.
Windows 7 is selling fast, but Windows XP still commands half the desktop market.
Amazon protects cloud applications by running them across multiple availability zones, but what happens when more than one zone fails?
The BlackBerry servers enterprises have installed in their data centers won't connect to Exchange Online but a free cloud-based BlackBerry email service will.
Microsoft kicked off its vulnerability disclosure policy for non-Microsoft products with two security reports covering products made by Google.