Premium-Inhalt. APAC has been a growth driver for Intel and will continue to provide opportunities in 2012 and beyond, according to Intel veteran Gregory Bryant, who recently stepped into the role of APAC sales marketing VP and general manager.
Premium-Inhalt. With the growing demand for mobile data, cellular service operators are increasingly turning to -- picocells, microcells, metrocells and femtocells -- to deal with the capacity crunch in dense urban areas and to add coverage in areas with low or zero cellular signal levels, such as indoors and in remote rural locations.
Premium-Inhalt. Telefonica UK, better known as O2, has signed a five-year managed services deal with China-based services provider Huawei.
Premium-Inhalt. The government is planning to launch a G-Hosting framework to complement the second iteration of the G-Cloud, Computerworld UK has learned.
Premium-Inhalt. Brazil will not compete with India and China on cheap labour in global export markets, but will instead look to advanced IT products and services to gain an advantage, according to a number of influential executives that were speaking in Sao Paulo this week.
Premium-Inhalt. The Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) will provide email and collaboration applications to about 600,000 students via Microsoft's Live@EDU cloud suite, a project for which it also considered Google Apps for Education.
Premium-Inhalt. Twitter will begin delivering a weekly email digest to highlight for users the tweets they are most likely to be interested in, the company Monday.
Premium-Inhalt. A coalition of consumer advocates, businesses and trade groups launched on Monday to oppose to Verizon Wireless' proposed purchase of some $3.6 billion worth of spectrum licenses from a consortium of leading cable companies. The coalition, warning that the blockbuster deal would bring companies that currently compete with one another into collusion and make it all but impossible for smaller carriers to compete.
Premium-Inhalt. After more than a year of active testing and debate over LightSquared's plan for a nationwide, wholesale 4G network, the now bankrupt company may end up as no more than a cautionary tale for mobile investors.
Premium-Inhalt. Lenovo Tuesday officially announced its new portfolio of business-friendly ThinkPad laptops, IdeaPad Ultrabooks, and IdeaPad multimedia laptops. Come June, it'll be raining Lenovo ThinkPads and IdeaPads.
Premium-Inhalt. How many browser tabs do you keep open on your work computer during the day? Five? Maybe ten? If you're a user, there's now an easier way to access those tabs on your other devices, including a laptop or phone, without enduring a cumbersome copy-and-paste ritual.
Premium-Inhalt. Regulators in Europe said Tuesday they will watch closely to make sure Microsoft complies with its commitments to ensure competition in the browser market, after Mozilla complained its Firefox browser is being excluded from Windows RT.
Premium-Inhalt. After a brief dip in late 2011, the has firmly reasserted its position as the dominant player in the tablet market.
Premium-Inhalt. If you've ever wanted to build a mobile app for your small business but have been intimidated by the cost of hiring developers, has a proposition for you.
Premium-Inhalt. Mozilla released a of its popular Firefox browser for Android on Tuesday.
Premium-Inhalt. When Facebook goes public, it will enter a new world full of shareholder meetings, earnings reports, and the constant pressure to turn an increasingly bigger profit. But the isn't just about making money; it's also about expanding the network, in pursuit of Mark Zuckerberg's vision of a more connected world. With that in mind, here are four challenges Facebook will face after its public offering is complete: