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Amazon reported another surge in revenue for its cloud business last quarter, though the growth is slowing as the division gets bigger.
Oracle's purchase of NetSuite may be the most anticipated acquisition in the history of enterprise software.
Oracle has entered into an agreement to buy NetSuite, which provides cloud-based accounting, enterprise resource planning, customer relationship management, and other business software packages, for US$9.3 billion.
Create QR codes, customize Google Maps, and eliminate inefficiencies with these extensions.
The streaming-video market will go through a gawky phase before reaching maturity.
If you want to play with an ARM-based server, you can now apply to gain access to one online through the Linaro Developer Cloud.
The new Google Maps revamp is all about "actionable information," according to Google.
OneDrive’s smarter photo features borrow a little from Facebook and Google, and work better with a slightly improved Photos app in Windows 10. Improvements include automatic photo albums and new folder layouts.
Redbox is back with its second attempt at a digital platform. This time the company is reaching for sales and rentals, not subscriptions.
The green check marks let you know which files are synced. But Windows has a limited number of icon overlays for installed programs. Here's how to make sure they appear in OneDrive.
Salesforce.com has signed a definite agreement to acquire Coolan, the developer of a platform for data center hardware analysis and optimization.
On Thursday, Verizon announced enterprise services defined and activated through software, a move intended to help both the carrier and its customers save money and respond more quickly to changing needs.
Whether you want to save more, pay down debt, or become a better investor, there's a financial management app that can keep you on course.
Google's intelligent cloud developer tools are expanding with the launch of a new Cloud Natural Language API on Wednesday. The service is aimed at helping developers create applications that understand human language.
Skype is leaving behind its peer-to-peer roots and going all in on the cloud.