Don't-Miss Software Stories
Companies will start pulling the trigger on projects they planned in 2013, according to a Gartner analyst
Some justices express skepticism about patents involving a trading platform tied to a computer. At stake: possibly the future of software patents.
Global spending on software grew 4.8 percent overall last year
Beyond selling more x86 chips, the Intel investment could be pushing Cloudera away from software development for ARM.
SAP pledges to provide more clarity on its mobile offerings
Phil Spencer to lead Microsoft's Xbox team, while Stephen Elop will be in charge of devices.
Technicians took the site down in order to fix a software bug, but it's a last-minute embarrassment.
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Intel will market Cloudera's Hadoop distribution over its own
The release of a highly anticipated music application on Ubuntu Linux could be a watershed event for the free OS.
The Fieldglass platform will be combined with SAP's Ariba and SuccessFactors software
Analyst calls Infor's move a 'vote of confidence' regarding AWS' maturity
The update to Business Warehouse incorporates what SAP calls an in-memory data fabric
The partnership gives SAP additional capabilities without the burden of an acquisition
Cyberlink's creative suite is now available as a yearly subscription with 10GB of online storage to sweeten the deal. It's a more affordable, if not quite as advanced alternative to Adobe's Creative Cloud