Has the romance gone out of mobile applications development already? That might seem to be the case, as a new study reveals that the time and money required to build mobile apps are preventing companies from seeing immediate benefits.
The Title II debate was beginning to look black-and-white, with major service providers wearing the black hats. Now several PR offensives could result in a new switching of the hats.
Google has added a new autoscaling feature for its Compute Engine platform.
The only thing that is constant is change, or so the saying goes. And while this may not be true in every industry, it definitely is in the world of IT. At Sonus Networks, change is the name of the game, at least according to the communications solution provider's vice president and CIO, Bill Scudder.
Microsoft has stepped forward to defend the removal of its smart files feature on the Technical Preview of Windows 10, noting that the move is part of a fresh revamp of OneDrive on Windows.
When a VentureBeat correspondent found himself moving from Oakland, California to Toulouse, France, he moved so far "outside the box," to coin a phrase, that he realized Americans may actually have an innovation problem after all.
Two organizations whose voices hold considerable sway on Internet governance issues--which appeared up until just last weekend to be speaking in harmony--now find themselves at odds.
Security tweaks made to OS X 10.10 Yosemite are keeping third-party storage drivers from working.
Microsoft last week announced plans to fully open source core parts of the.NET stack, as well as port the.NET runtime to Linux and OS X.
If Randall Stephenson's comments are to be taken at face value, the FCC chairman actively worked to avoid a Title II scenario. But those negotiations fell apart after the mid-terms.