Google is more than just a leading search firm. It’s a pioneer that may be definining information management for the next generation of Web-centric businesses.
President Bush celebrates his 60th birthday on Thursday, and Nintendo has packaged up the Commander-in-Chief a special gift to celebrate the occasion.
The European Union’s Competition Commissioner Neelie Kroes said on Thursday she could see no alternative to fining U.S. software giant Microsoft for breaching the bloc’s antitrust rules.
The Dutch financial institution announces a workplace services deal with a group of four companies, including Accenture.
Apple said Wednesday that it has replaced its CRT-based eMac personal computer with a $899 derivative of its existing Intel-based iMac.
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The world’s biggest record company is not ready to give the compact disc up for dead just yet, and is giving the venerable music format a revamp.
The managed services vendor has a new pricing scheme and operational tool it hopes will entice more partners to its platform.
Intel and Micron extend their work with flash memory by collaborating with nanotechnology company Nanosys.
San Jose and Silicon Valley employ the most tech workers and draw the highest salaries in the Golden State, according to a new report by the AeA.