At WWDC on Monday, Apple's development team introduced some very old ideas in very new packaging--ideas that appear adaptable for use in a future PaaS scheme.
For a method patent to be infringed, says the high court, the infringing party must deliberately perform all the steps. It's a decision that could have an impact on future software patent cases.
The counter-argument to the omnichannel approach advocates giving all the tools to the contact center, rather than inundate the customer.
H.R. 4752 would limit the FCC's regulatory authority for broadband services to Title I of the Telecom Act, which an appeals court earlier this year declared wasn't much authority at all.
The deal gives customers for Equinix' new Cloud Exchange a fast track for deploying hybrid clouds with fiber networks.
With NTIA federal grant money, the college town already built its fiber optic backbone. At last, Urbana-Champaign has partnered with an ISP, and it's not what anyone expected.
The practice most commonly associated with the phenomenon called the "consumerization of IT" may be responsible for a low level of confidence among IT professionals.
While Visual Studio lacks a native way for developers to design and deploy apps for iOS and Android, that gap can now be filled with just a few clicks.
BlackBerry owns the keys to a remarkable virtualization infrastructure called QNX, and finally, someone in charge there will put it to good use.
A convention audience looking for Satya Nadella's rise to signal the passage of something and the dawn of something else, was not disappointed. Here we go again.
Software development teams continue to implement open source components as boilerplate, cut-and-paste code. Now, one repository service may have a way of estimating the costs.
A forthcoming addition to Adobe Reader will connect with EchoSign's cloud service to verify digital signatures in contracts and forms, as well as to monitor how documents are accessed.
A former staffer to the late Sen. Ted Stevens says a check of the congressional record would reveal the net neutrality debate was actually settled once already--at about the time we were landing men on the moon.
A three-judge panel in Denver ruled last Friday that the ambiguities between "information" and "telecommunications services" in existing statutes are different for each section.
Now that HP joins the OpenStack mix, there's new evidence that community members are closing ranks.
Fewer organizations in a new Frost & Sullivan survey say they plan to continue using the conferencing tools they already have than the number saying they're using these tools right now.
Until recently, he was the principal spokesperson for telecommunications service providers in the U.S.--and yet Earl Comstock remains in favor of clear guidelines for Internet regulation.
If the objective of all business is to deliver "great customer experiences," then how much do you want to bet that the Internet improves after this next round of net neutrality talks?
With the aid of an animation that literally depicted the Cisco logo mowing over competitors, the CEO opened his annual conference with the most optimistic sounding threat imaginable.
Executives might not want another screen cluttering their desks. So Cisco is working to give them a reason to kick one of those screens off.