Android apps that provide what Google deems a "poor user experience" will be banned.
Some members of the business Linux community greet Oracle security claims with skepticism.
Advanced network management and visibility tools are thought to be important to future IT deployments, as cloud computing, BYOD and other factors fuel an increase in the complexity and load size that business networks must handle.
Reddit, a popular link-sharing and discussion site, announced this week that it has begun blocking content from entire domains.
Secret wartime projects drove "incredible" advances, and the German Enigma cypher machine is still a challenge for codebreakers.
Listening to the way people in the world of technology talk about Alan Turing, it's difficult to believe that the English computer scientist isn't more of a household name.
Open-source nonprofit's engineers say they've made major Android Ice Cream Sandwich performance strides.
Nearly 9 out of 10 downloads of the new version of OpenOffice have been for Windows machines, rather than Linux, according to recently released statistics from Apache.
Plugable looking to kickstart open-source thin client business.
Putting on a major convention like Interop Las Vegas requires Herculean efforts on several fronts.
Despite an increasingly severe crackdown by the ubiquitous social network, malicious activity and spam on Facebook are still both widespread and profitable.
Microsoft's new Open Technologies unit to advance company's interests in the open-source market
The announcement last week that the Wikimedia Foundation will switch from Google Maps to OpenStreetMap for its cartographic needs marks the latest in an increasingly long line of high-profile defections.
If you like the idea of going to an orchestra concert but hate the thought of having to watch flesh-and-blood musicians perform (two words: spit valve), an event called SLEO may have you covered.
Designing a Windows 8 Metro interface for the Mozilla browser "extremely important," platform engineer says.