A new report released by Saugatuck Technology claims that cloud computing related costs are often underestimated by enterprises due to persistently changing workloads.
The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), a non-profit industry organisation tasked with promoting awareness on cloud security, has highlighted the nine gravest security loopholes threatening the cloud.
Kim Dotcom, the founder of file-sharing service Megaupload, has the right to sue New Zealand’s foreign intelligence service for illegally spying on him, says a new court ruling.
Swedish automaker Volvo has announced that is it introducing a new sophisticated cyclist detection mechanism to its cars in order to help prevent fatal road accidents.
In a bid to cash in on the growing education technology market in the US, News Corp has launched a $299 (£199) tablet device aimed at schools.
Brazil, Russia, India and China may have made some progress in the cloud computing arena over the past year, but a new study suggest that they still lag considerably behind many developed nations.
Rackspace Hosting has upgraded its private cloud solution with the launch of OpenCenter and a range of new features, targeted at offering more leverage to enterprise private clouds.
The UK government is gearing up to introduce a new policy under which all central government departments will be required to prioritise public cloud services whenever possible.
Samsung Electronics has confirmed that it will invest 10.4 billion yen ( £74 million) in Sharp in a bid to secure better access to its tv and smartphone LCD panels.
Amazon has introduced a new program called Amazon Mobile Ads API that will enable Android developers to display ads within apps across Android platforms.
Microsoft has announced that its Windows Azure Mobile Services now has an Android SDK that includes push notification to Android devices.
“Project Daisy”, a music streaming service announced this January by audio equipment maker Beats Electronics, has secured $60 million in a new investment round.
Tumblr is looking to monetise its mobile app by makint sponsored content viewable on its mobile application, as it does on its web-based, non-mobile site.
In an effort to boost its cloud computing platform Windows Azure, Microsoft has taken over MetricsHub, a startup that provides automated cloud performance management.
Customers of cloud hosting platform VPS.net are reporting an outage following a routine update of a storage area network wrong, forcing it to go offline on Wednesday.
Facebook has been hit with yet another IPO-related suit holding chief executive Mark Zuckerberg and the social media giant's underwriters responsible for the fallout from its clumsy IPO.
Japanese telecom operator Wilcom has unveiled what it claims is the 'world's smallest and lightest phone' - the Phone Strap 2 WX06A, weighing in at a mere 32g.
Twitter has announced that it is discontinuing the iOS, Android and AIR versions of its popular social media dashboard app, TweetDeck, beginning May 2013.
A week after Opera showed off its new WebKit-based Android browser at Mobile World Congress 2013, the company has rolled out a beta version of the software on the Google Play Store.
Google is reportedly gearing up for the launch of a same-day delivery service called Google Shopping Express, which will deliver items from stores including Walmart, Safeway and Target.
Microsoft is targeting the holiday season for its next major Windows Phone update, according to a job posting for a software development engineer in its Windows Mobile department.
Online retail giant Amazon has patented a technology that pulls users' on-screen pointers towards links and clickable objects using a sort of "gravitational field" on the page.
A new report has revealed that tax authorities in Denmark are seeking more than £672m in tax arrears from Microsoft related to its 2002 acquisition of Navision.
Microsoft has announced that Xbox owners will be able to access the subscription-based Xbox Live Gold service for free this coming weekend.
Seagate has announced it will end production of its 7200rpm hard drives by the end of 2013, and will instead shift its focus to other products like solid state and hybrid drives.