Developers: Are You A Giver Or Taker?By Eric Spiegel
| Applications Article Published on April 22, 2013
Among software development teams, the personal dynamics of the various coders is critical to efficiency.
Why is Big Brother Such a Moron?By Mike Elgan
| Applications Article Published on April 16, 2013
Despite the massive data collected about us online, the Web giants appear to know quite little about us. Is Big Data a myth?
Windows 8 Hastens the PC's Death: IDCBy Pedro Hernandez
| Applications Article Published on April 11, 2013
PC shipments are cratering and Windows 8 is doing little to slow the free fall. Actually, Microsoft may have pushed PCs over the edge, argues IDC.
Why 'Emotion' is the New Killer AppBy Mike Elgan
| Applications Article Published on April 10, 2013
Your social network, phone and even your TV will soon gain emotional intelligence. Don't worry. Be happy!
Why I'm Burning My Business CardsBy Mike Elgan
| Applications Article Published on March 13, 2013
The practice of transferring professional data on a tree-based storage medium predates the telegraph. Just say no – and take a look at some alternatives.
How to Make Windows 8 a WinnerBy Adrian Kingsley-Hughes
| Applications Article Published on March 04, 2013
Dropping the price, attracting apps and addressing usability issues could help people fall in love with Windows again.
Real Time BI is Right Time BIBy Larry Marion
| Applications Article Published on January 17, 2013
End users will no longer accept excuses for batch-based delivery of business intelligence and analytics information.
IBM Tops U.S Patent Office Record YearBy Sean Michael Kerner
| Applications Article Published on January 10, 2013
More patents than ever before were granted in 2012, as Google and Apple make strong appearances.
Why Developers Hate Team BuildingBy Eric Spiegel
| Applications Article Published on November 12, 2012
Software developers groan at touchy-feely team building exercises. Yet they’re missing out on valuable experiences.
The Ripple Effect of Windows 8By Scott Alan Miller
| Applications Article Published on October 30, 2012
When our firm's employees found Windows 8 too unwieldy, we transitioned to Linux Mint instead and soon found that we didn't need any Microsoft products at all.
Mozilla Partners with Facebook for Social APIBy Sean Michael Kerner
| Applications Article Published on October 22, 2012
Mozilla begins formal testing of new integration that could change how millions of users interact with the social web.
Office 2013 Crosses RTM MilestoneBy Pedro Hernandez
| Applications Article Published on October 12, 2012
Microsoft's coders step away from their keyboards after putting the final touches on its touch-friendly, cloud-enabled productivity suite.
Microsoft Kicks the Tires on Windows 8 App UpdatesBy Pedro Hernandez
| Applications Article Published on October 08, 2012
In a test of the Windows Store update functionality, Microsoft overhauls several Windows 8 native apps before the operating system launches.
Getting Ready for Windows 8By Rob Enderle
| Applications Article Published on August 24, 2012
The tablet-friendly Windows 8 has potential to significantly alter the tech industry.
As Outlook.com Debuts, Metro's No MoreBy Pedro Hernandez
| Applications Article Published on August 03, 2012
So long, Hotmail. Microsoft's cloud-based email service gains deep social media integration. Plus: trouble with the Metro brand name.
Online Ad Stumbles Tarnish Microsoft's Record Q4By Pedro Hernandez
| Applications Article Published on July 20, 2012
Server and business software divisions help drive record revenues while an accounting charge against its online advertising division wipes away profits.
Windows 8 Launches October 26By Pedro Hernandez
| Applications Article Published on July 19, 2012
The late October release could determine how well Microsoft weathers the post-PC transition.
Mozilla Resets Firefox 13By Sean Michael Kerner
| Applications Article Published on June 05, 2012
Open Source browser vendor touts new tab features as it plays catch-up with Chrome and Safari.
Windows 8 Inches Closer to Launch with Release PreviewBy Pedro Hernandez
| Applications Article Published on June 04, 2012
Microsoft makes the last Windows 8 pre-release version available for download amid whispers that Toshiba and Asus are readying tablets for Computex.