With an eye on helping partners speed up their cloud services delivery, HP unveiled a handful of new cloud offerings at the 2013 HP Global Partner Conference.
Some 8,000 non-developers can grab a prototype of the forthcoming Google Glass smart glasses for $1,500 if selected as winners of a competition.
Toshiba teams up with leading security firm McAfee to offer protection to lost or stolen Ultrabook devices through McAfee's latest anti-theft security software.
Computer security firm Symantec has announced a partnership with German mobile security company G&D to develop security applications for smartphones and tablets.
Twitter has confirmed it is opening up the site to third-party ad management software - a move likely to help it grow its ad-based business model ahead of its expected IPO.
The world's first 3GHz smartphone processor will be unveiled by ST-Ericsson at next week's Mobile World Congress and is expected to set new performance benchmarks for handsets.
Amidst a renewed confidence in its ability to reap much higher profits, Google has seen its share price surpass the $800 mark for the first time.
The G-Cloud project, rolled out by the UK government last year to enhance the uptake of cloud computing services in the country's public sector, is celebrating its first anniversary this week .
EE unveiled its superfast mobile broadband network across UK last year in October, and now one out of every four new corporate customers is embracing 4G service.
Fujitsu has announced a new partnership with Orange Telecom under which the company will roll out its Stylistic S01 handset this June on the French carrier.
Oxford University has shown off a new technology that promises to be a low-cost alternative to Google's self-driving cars.
The Wikimedia Foundation has confirmed that Wikimedia and Internet Brands have reached a settlement over their Wikivoyage lawsuits.
Microsoft has confirmed that it will begin shipping online orders for the sold-out 128GB Surface Pro early next month.
Users of the open source Python programming language are opposing an attempt by a UK-based firm to trademark the 'python' name.
Mega, the successor to infamous file-sharing portal Megaupload, now accepts Bitcoin as payment, announced its founder, Kim Dotcom.
A pair of new job listings posted by Microsoft suggest that Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 are due for a refresh.
Google users can now use Google Takeout to export data from their Blogger and Google+ Pages accounts, the company has announced.
Nintendo’s flagship gaming console Wii U had a terrible January, selling merely 50,000 units in the US, according to new reports.
Following a few months in preview, the Redshift data warehouse service is now open, with support from IBM, SAP and other firms.
Sony reportedly intends to offer technology that will allow users to stream PlayStation 3 games on its forthcoming console.
The search giant is reportedly preparing to open the first in a chain of retail stores to get its products in consumers' hands.
Mobile developers and adventurous members of the public will be able to get their hands on Ubuntu's mobile platform later this month.
Apple will reportedly roll out its iOS 6.1.2 update early next week in order to resolve a couple of known bugs afflicting some devices.
BitTorrent has announced the launch of SoShare, a service that allows users send and receive large files through the cloud.
LinkedIn has launched an updated Jobs service with the vision of making it easier for job seekers to look for new opportunities.