Vinyl record sales are actually up but heyday is obviously past
Stories by Michael Cooney
Gartner analysts have whipped out their always interesting and sometimes controversial look at what the consultancy thinks will impact the IT arena in the near future.
From industry darling to potential footnote, what happened to Blackberry?
NASA is developing plans for space mission to visit an asteroid
There are at least six internal candidates to replace retiring Steve Ballmer
From rockets to newspapers to Amazon.com, Bezos is one busy guy
In their heyday, analog computers handled heavy-duty math, scientific and industrial applications.
Acquisitions, culture change have kept Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer busy
The 160 year-old institution hit hard by Internet, mobile phones
From cool robots and unmanned aircraft to celebrity swatting and Moby Dick emoticons, it’s been an interesting high-tech year!
From online bank heists to Chinese hackers, 2013 is adding up to be a security mess
IBM says a study it did of some 1700 chief executive officers worldwide found that many indeed - or should be - grasping social media as a key enabler of collaboration and innovation.
ORLANDO -- The technology that makes up many of the systems in the ITworld today is at a critical juncture and in the next five years everything from mobile devices and applications to servers and social networking will impact IT in ways companies need to prepare for now, Gartner Vice President David Cearley says.
Sun is scaling back its vaunted Silicon Valley engineering group and expanding its facilities around the world to save on costs.
Few incidents can raise community angst, awareness and action like a missing-child report. So when the town of Herndon had a chance to implement the national child-abduction warning system known as "Code Amber" last fall, it went all out, converging its telecom, e-mail and data networks into a high-speed VoIP environment to support the new application.