Android Tablets Gain On iPad
No new iPads throughout most of 2013 means Apple's share of the tablet market has dipped below 30% -- its lowest ever.
U.S. Joins Global Effort On Open Data
Publicly accessible data can add trillions of dollars in value to global economies such as education, says U.S. Office of Science and Technology Policy.
Dell Seals Deal To Go Private
Michael Dell's bid to take his company private is finally complete. But now that the deal's done, what will Dell do to compete?
Datalink Lets Feds Test Drive Cloud
New service offers federal agencies a way to evaluate different cloud systems that align with their own configurations before they commit to a provider.
DevOps And The Perpetual Motion Machine
New data shows cooperation between developers and operations pays off for companies moving at the speed of today's business. Oh, and practice does makes perfect.
How Google Flu Trends Blew It
Last year, Google Flu Trends made a mountain out of a molehill by overestimating the incidence of influenza. Blame the media.
When Smartphones Do Dumb Things
Mobile health apps are slowly revolutionizing patient care, but occasionally the revolution takes a left turn into lunacy and feeds a hypochondriac's worst fears.
Microsoft's Earnings: 6 Takeaways
Shareholders have questioned Microsoft's strategy. Will this week's strong earnings report persuade skeptics that the company is on the right track?
Jive Customers Say Yes To Cloud
Jive customers like Nuance Communications have gone from traditional to cloud hosting, while Thomson Reuters plans to switch over its 60,000 employee social portal in 2014.
Why HealthCare.gov Failed
Experts say a lack of consumer-centric development and user testing led to the disastrous rollout of the government's Obamacare portal.