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Bangalore-based consulting firm Wipro is buying Appirio to catch up with Accenture and Deloitte in the cloud applications business.
Why you won't need Comcast or Charter to wrangle all your online video services.
There are big changes afoot for Google Cloud Platform's storage offerings. On Thursday, the company announced a complete overhaul of the storage options available to customers, complete with new storage tiers and reduced pricing.
Watching sports without a big cable TV bundle has gotten a lot easier in the last year; NFL games are no exception.
Don't miss a postseason pitch, read our cord-cutter's guide to the 2016 MLB playoffs and the World Series.
Vudu is offering some free movies for streaming, but don't expect to find any recent releases.
If you've been longing for a custom email address and calendar you can share with a few like-minded friends, Outlook.com Premium is for you.
Facebook’s 100-gigabit switch design has been accepted by the Open Compute Project, a step that should help to foster an open ecosystem of hardware and software on high-speed networking gear.
Amazon's latest Prime perk lets the whole family pool their photos into a single, shared online storage space. And if you buy more stuff along the way, Amazon won't mind.
Cheap airfares: Everyone wants them, and Google Flights will help by telling you when prices are expected to go up—or down.
Google News is cutting through noise and spin with a new "Fact Check" tag.
These powerful services let you search, sync, and transfer files between all your cloud drives.
The cloud partnership AWS and VMware announced Thursday makes Amazon's public cloud even more attractive for enterprises by letting them take the popular virtualization platform with them.
Microsoft's big Ignite conference for IT pros wrapped up at the end of September, and that means the company dumped a ton of new cloud capabilities to attract people to Azure. Here's the run-down on all the major news you need to know about.
Twitter's Moments tab may go away if the new Explore tab proves more useful.