Cable providers want to be able to cut some of the channels that are now part of their normal packages and turn those into premium channels like HBO or Starz.
Analysis: Levels of nobility and respectability seem to vary a bit in this industry; it's best to double-check the reliability of someone you plan to trust with your most sensitive secrets.
IT people who try to secure mobile devices in a big company face three big conceptual problems.
Analysis: The company is sticking with Android even though Google is acquiring one of HTC's competitors -- but the handset maker has some other cards to play.
For the second time a malware variant comes back to kill its parent and take over its zombies
When VMware announced last week that it would loosen the radical change in price structure it announced only a month ago, it was doing more than mollifying a few disgruntled customers.
We survey the cloud's effects on nine classes of IT jobs: Architects and sys admins win, middle managers and tech specialists lose -- what about you?
Not that we condone it, but it's appallingly easy to hack into mobile devices. Is yours secure?
Analysis: This form of cybercrime is gaining momentum, and it works in some of the same ways as espionage.
LulzSec, thanks for revealing Sony hypocrisy; now can you stop punishing its customers?
Analysis: AT&T in particular "seeks to turn caps into a profit center" a consumer group complains.
No-uninstall remote-monitor kept eye on customers, who respond to the attention with a lawsuit
IT organization and management issues are turning out to be nearly as important as the virtualization technology itself to making large-scale virtual-server migrations effective.
Where does open source fit in the cloud world?