Analysis: How do HTML5, and ChromeOS, work offline?
Is Verizon's service worth Verizon's service?
Can you move this one to the 'Irony' section?
Can Blackberry maker win mindshare from iPhone, iPad? iDoubt it.
Analysis: Irony alert -- WSJ warnings about privacy-invading cookies carry privacy-invading cookies.
Microsoft has launched a series of partnerships, functional enhancements and product packages in an effort to make its cloud offerings more attractive to.
Analysis: When big financial institutions start eyeing iPhone over BlackBerry, that could be a tipping point in smartphone wars.
Analysis: PC vendors can no longer preload Windows XP, which pushes the longstanding OS closer toward obsolescence despite ongoing support.
Rivals Citrix and VMware have taken their battle beyond technology development, even beyond marketing. Now they're working on the imaginations and psychology of...
Virtualization and cloud computing haven't eroded the online security of most companies, analysts say. But they may be contributing to situations in which...
Cloud computing is famous for being a metaphor instead of a technology, but that metaphor is increasingly hard for non-techies to understand. Many variations of...
The feature may help to reduce hardware headaches.
Microsoft recasts the license requirements for 41 server-based applications.