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Twitter will give advertisers more controls to serve different ads to users based on which OS version their mobile device uses.
It's a rare miss for the networking giant, which is considered one of the bellwethers of the tech industry.
The company on Wednesday announced Dropbox for Business, a paid service that provides Dropbox's bread-and-butter file hosting, but with a smorgasbord of additional features.
Microsoft is abandoning a ranking system that has been blamed for hampering innovation and pitting employees against one another.
The Moto G smartphone expected from Motorola on Wednesday will likely be available outside the U.S., but competing in the increasingly tough mid-range segment globally won't be easy.
Vodafone now plans to invest $11.1 billion in network and service improvements to turn around its sagging service revenue in Europe.
SugarCRM is hoping to gain inroads against its much larger rival Salesforce.com with a revamped user interface.
Size matters in the unified communications business, according to Mitel Networks and Aastra Technologies, two Canadian vendors that plan to merge early next year.
In-flight Wi-fi is a boon for business travelers, but the service is priced so that only the most desperate are willing to take advantage of it.
Although Microsoft may be considering a number of qualified candidates, conventional wisdom says five front-runners are vying to lead the company forward.
Aiming to produce more electronics with the "Made in USA" label, Foxconn said Saturday it was considering setting up a factory in Arizona.
California court may penalize Samsung for leaks.
New technology can read a person’s mood, attitude, and personality by listening to their person’s voice.
Even a banner week like this week does not necessarily indicate a bubble.
The new version will go into effect on Jan. 1, but organizations will have until Dec. 31, 2014, to make the transition the older standard.