It wasn't so long ago that Oracle dismissed cloud computing as "gibberish." Today, it's singing a different tune.
Oracle on Monday announced that it is paying $532 million to buy Opower, a provider of cloud services to the utilities industry.
"Data scientist" has already been declared this year's hottest job, and now a new report offers several more reasons to consider it as a career.
Google's Founders' Letter was an exception this year for the fact that it was penned by Google CEO Sundar Pichai rather than Larry Page and Sergey Brin.
New software is enabling better visibility and more collaboration among partners, including key customers and suppliers.
Oracle is spending $663 million to buy Textura, a company that offers cloud services for the engineering and construction industry.
AI has already proved its prowess in chess, Jeopardy and the ancient game of Go, but it's now come out victorious in yet another arena: the classic game of Foosball.
The European Commission plans to invest a billion euros in quantum computing as part of a larger initiative to strengthen Europe's competitiveness in the digital economy.
The new Certified OpenStack Administrator exam is designed to give cloud professionals a way to prove their worth while also helping employers identify qualified candidates.
AI may have trounced humanity in the ancient game of Go, but it remains untested in countless other gaming arenas.
It's one thing to keep robots from crashing into fixed obstacles like walls or furniture, but preventing collisions with other moving things is a much tougher challenge.
Patent trolls have proven a big enough problem to attract White House attention, but there's been little consensus on how to stop them. A new tool from artist and engineer Alexander Reben aims to bring algorithms into the picture.
Ubuntu Linux 16.04 LTS is now out, and its extended support makes it particularly suitable for businesses. Here's an overview of what you can expect to find.
Business documents written in foreign languages are no longer the problem they once were thanks to technologies like Google Translate, but what about contracts written in legalese?
Transporting information from one place to another is a key part of any computing platform, and now researchers have figured out a way to make it possible in the quantum world.