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Android phones and tablets account for more browser usage than iOS for the first time.
Google’s core advertising business helped revenue jump by 22 percent from a year ago, even as the cost per click declined.
AT&T wants to buy DirecTV and is making several promises to sweeten the deal. But are AT&T's commitments all they're cracked up to be?
Microsoft shows off a future in which all of its apps will be subject to corporate data policies that limit the flow of proprietary information.
Today T-Mobile announced its third-quarter sales results, which significantly exceeded analysts' estimates.
From PivotTables to Power View, learn these functions to be a spreadsheet savant.
A new free cloud offering empowers group members to annotate all sorts of documents while chatting or teleconferencing, with no software or registration required.
We dared these shredders to make mincemeat of credit cards, optical discs and stacks of paperwork. See how they ran.
The add-on for Office 365 can pull in public and private information into spreadsheets, along with nifty tools that includes natural language queries.
Whether it’s streamlining simple tasks or simplifying the chore of finding new customers, technology makes it easier and less expensive.
The technology enhances video without upping power
The pint-sized HP Chromebox is packed with business-friendly features and a hulking Core i7 processor.
At Monday's earnings call, Apple execs made it clear in lots of little ways that they have their eyes on the enterprise market for iOS.
Concerned that your cloud service might be powered by -- goodness! -- an ARM server? Don't worry -- Intel has you covered,
The Consumer Electronics Show is the perfect stress test for our connected life and a signpost for things to come.