Premium-Inhalt. AT&T's Toggle service for creating work-only sectors of Android phones is expanding to Apple iOS and will let workers put their work-related data usage on a separate account.
Premium-Inhalt. The suspense has been building ever since Linux creator Linus Torvalds was for the prestigious 2012 Millennium Technology Prize back in April, and on Wednesday the tension finally lifted when it was announced that Torvalds has indeed won the award.
Premium-Inhalt. From .app to .blog and .google to .windows, corporations are staking their claims on a , which will be issued by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).
Premium-Inhalt. Skout, which offers a social networking app for iPhone and Android devices, has suspended temporarily access to its teen community, after three cases of alleged rape involving adults posing as teenagers on the network were reported.
Premium-Inhalt. With Windows 8's commercial availability expected before the end of this year, Microsoft finds itself in the tricky position of generating enthusiasm for it without affecting Windows 7 sales.
Premium-Inhalt. Carriers and subscribers have their eyes on the dollars and cents of multi-device data plans such as those set to launch at Verizon Wireless later this month, but for both sides, the will also take some adjustment.
Premium-Inhalt. Do you really know what goes on in the background while you are using an app on your iPhone?
Premium-Inhalt. Android-wielding Xbox fans, rejoice! Microsoft debuted a version of its My Xbox Live app for the platform Wednesday. Also released: A significant upgrade to the iOS version of the app.
Premium-Inhalt. Twitter partnerships with several media outlets on Wednesday that will allow users to see a preview of the website being linked to in their Twitter feed.
Premium-Inhalt. For the first time, Apple has updated Java for Mac OS X on the same day Oracle patched vulnerabilities in the application framework that has become a favorite target of hackers.
Premium-Inhalt. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers has released statistics about the applications for new top-level domains -- so-called 'dot word' domains along the lines of .web and .bank -- ahead of the unveiling of the list of TLDs applied for that will occur tonight.
Premium-Inhalt. Social networking site LinkedIn has revealed details of attempts to increase security in the wake of .
Premium-Inhalt. While the National Broadband Network has been touted as a boon for and , one of the biggest benefits to Australia could be in its ability to stimulate regional economic activity.
Premium-Inhalt. In this series, Computerworld Australia examines some of the information security threats facing small business and larger enterprises today. We begin by speaking to experts about the problem of 'internal negligence' and company processes that can put businesses at risk of a data breach.
Premium-Inhalt. Twitter is updating its "expanded tweets" feature, giving users more previews, images and videos from a growing list of news outlets.
Premium-Inhalt. HP will be showcasing its strategy and developments in the software-defined networks (SDN) space at the technology conference Interop in Tokyo on Friday.
Premium-Inhalt. Darkfall Online ($15/month subscription, 14-day free trial) hearkens back to some of the earliest days of MMOs, especially Ultima Online, where a combination of game design issues and misreading the audience led to the early months being pretty much a nonstop slaughterfest. While the history of MMOs since then has shown that most players do not like to pay 15 dollars a month to be someone else's victim, there's a small, but very loud, group that wants the hardest of hardcore PVP. The MBA degree holders in that group play spreadsheets-in-space game EVE Online. The rest play Darkfall.
Premium-Inhalt. That breeze you feel? It's more than just a pleasant sensation on your face.
Premium-Inhalt. SANTA CLARA - Enterprises have spent the past few years considering if they'll embrace . For the many that have made the move, their attention has now turned to managing the cloud and getting business value from it, says IDC Chief Cloud Analyst Frank Gens.
Premium-Inhalt. As U.S. diplomats seek to elevate issues such as Internet freedom and cybersecurity in their talks with foreign counterparts, they have a tough balance to strike.
Premium-Inhalt. Puzzle Pirates (freemium) is an unusual MMO: A puzzle game. In virtually all MMOs, there's some kind of connection between what your avatar is trying to do and what you see when play: You swing a sword, gesture, root in the dirt for plants, and so on. In Puzzle Pirates, though, you pump the bilge or sail the seven seas by playing various sorts of puzzles that make no pretense of modeling, even abstractly, the action being performed.
Premium-Inhalt. It's happening. Super-slim Ultrabook prices are edging closer to the average range of standard laptop prices.
Premium-Inhalt. Apple first , so developers and tech journalists have had plenty of time to get familiar with the OS update. However, at Monday's Worldwide Developers Conference keynote, , such as dictation support, Power Nap, and Safari improvements.
Premium-Inhalt. Due to a reporting error, the story "Google+ looks poised to roll out social ads," posted Wednesday, misstated Daina Middleton's title. It is global CEO.
Premium-Inhalt. Google may soon bring business-to-business "social ads" to its Google+ social networking platform, according to a recent for a product marketing manager for social ads launch marketing.
Premium-Inhalt. At Microsoft TechEd 2012 this week in Orlando, Fla., the term "Windows to Go" was thrown around more than "cloud."
Premium-Inhalt. It's been a long, interesting journey for Google site reliability manager Sabrina Farmer, who talked about work, success and overcoming self-doubt at the Women in Advanced Computing conference in Boston.
Premium-Inhalt. The story, "AT&T's Toggle BYOD service lets users shift work use to a separate plan," posted to the wire on Wednesday, incorrectly stated the relationship between Toggle 1.0 and Toggle 2.0.
Premium-Inhalt. IT budgets are expected to increase an average of only 3 percent this year, down from 6 percent reported last year, according to CIOmagazine's latest Tech Poll of 200 IT leaders.The survey, conducted in April, showed that budget increases are in store for nearly half of CIOs, up from 32 percent roughly 9 months ago. Just one in five CIOs anticipate IT budget cuts. There is also a big shift underway in terms of where IT spending is being targeted. CIOs are increasing spending on outsourced IT services, including cloud, plus mobile/wireless and applications.