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New Dropbox APIs mean any app could become a hybrid online/offline system, allowing true access from anywhere, anytime.
Reports of an imminent and broad Microsoft business reorganization keep mounting, including an anonymously sourced article from The Wall Street Journal's AllThingsD blog that says CEO Steve Ballmer will unveil the plan on Thursday.
Now a new Harris Interactive survey reveals what employers look for and what pictures and posts on Facebook could keep a prospective candidate from getting that perfect job.
The security community agrees it's important to protect critical infrastructure, but it's not clear which sectors are critical.
Countries with a coordinated national strategy for rolling out broadband are making significantly faster progress than those taking a more laissez-faire approach to broadband development, according to a new report.
Several major British companies and the U.K. government are creating the Defense Cyber Protection Partnership to bolster the country's security against sophisticated cyber attacks.
Google still hasn't baked a remote access and control app into Android, so another third-party phone maker, Sony, has designed its own service.
Microsoft's preview 'reminds' small-to-medium businesses to also use its Office 365, Intune, and Azure software.
HP CEO Meg Whitman stressed her company's future viability as HP tried to win Chinese business customers at an event in Beijing.
Dell today said it's ready with new anti-malware defense and encryption offerings for businesses using its PCs, laptops and Android-based mobile devices.
While mobile payments transform financial life in many less developed countries, retailers and payment providers in the U.S. and Europe are still trying to find the right incentives to drive adoption.
The popularity and influence of social media continues to increase at lightning speed, and that makes them fertile ground for scams and hoaxes. Here's how to recognize, avoid, and prevent them.
From the hot metal press to desktop publishing and broadcasting via radio or television, the media has always been driven by technology. Here's how the 125-year-old Financial Times is adapting.