Oracle has agreed to pay $532 million for Opower, which provides customer engagement and energy efficiency cloud services to utilities.
Being a CIO comes with a slew of pressures that can cause stress levels to get way out of whack. The folks over at CIO magainze have put together some tips on how to keep stress under control.
Craig Wright, an Australian entrepreneur, is taking credit for the digital currency, BBC reported. According to BBC, Wright did offer technical proof of his claim by way of using coins known to be owned by Bitcoin's creator.
Microsoft has released Flow, a service that automates workflow connections, similar to If This Then That, but specific to Microsoft software. It also released PowerApps, a service that aims to simplify building apps for specific needs.
UPDATED: Intel may be moving away from mobile and tablets, but PCs still fit perfectly into the chip giant's plans
Intel is already making moves to close down its smartphone and tablet business, a move that has been rumored since Intel announce a radical restructuring just shy of two weeks ago. Still, others were confused about exactly what things would change as Intel's focus evolved, wondering if PCs might be next on the chopping block.
Google is a getting a bona fide hardware division, Re/code reported Thursday. The division will house the development of Nexus devices, Chromecast streaming TV technology, consumer hardware, Google Glass and more.
Jeff Bezos' cash cow in the cloud shows no signs of slowing down. Amazon's quarterly earnings report Thursday revealed that Amazon Web Services made $2.56 billion in revenue during the first quarter of 2016, even more of a windfall than expected.
Microsoft has agreed to purchase ten million long oligonucleotides – for those of you running to Google, it's a type of laboratory-grade DNA – from Twist Bioscience. Microsoft plans to use the synthetic DNA to encode digital data.
The summary includes job title, workplace, location, homepage and social profiles like Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn.
In what could prove to be the most entertaining Slack integration since the /giphy command, teams can now hold meetings in virtual reality through a Slack partnership with AltspaceVR.
Intel apparently wants developers to have as easy a time as possible building useful, intelligent wearables, gadgets, robots and drones. The latest version of the company's development kit for Internet of Things devices has been released.
Getting sued by angry competitors and customers is par for the course for technology multinationals. But Google's having an especially tough week on this front. Two lawsuits the company's been hit with – one by Oracle, and another by Getty Images – are heating up.
USAA, a financial services firm for 11.4 million military members and their families, has plans to employ bots to help automate financial transactions, CIO reported. USAA's efforts in building up this tech underscore the importance of having bots feel more human and less robotic.
According to The Verge, KCCI 8 News Meteorologist Metinka Slater was interrupted by a Windows 10 update prompt during a regular weather broadcast.
Accenture, Deloitte, EY, IBM, PwC and TCS are market leaders in SAP implementation services market, says IDC
A new study from IDC has found that enterprises believe that, for an SAP enterprise app implementation services project to be successful, it needs to "provide functional insights and competence" and "provide industry insights and competence."
OpenAI – Elon Musk's artificial intelligence non-profit – plans to release its first set of AI software Wednesday morning, according to Wired. The toolkit can be used to build AI systems via reinforcement learning.
Silicon Valley startup Cloudtenna, a rapid file sharing solution provider, announced Wednesday an intelligent search feature today for its flagship product, DirectShare. According to Cloudtenna, this could be the smart search solution Microsoft SharePoint users have been waiting for.
Say your goodbyes to Lync now, Mac users. Microsoft announced Tuesday that Skype for Business will be available for Mac customers during the third quarter of 2016.
According to Verizon's annual cyber incident report, phishing is a huge security issue. Even worse? The criminals are better communicators than IT teams are.
Dropbox has announced Project Infinite, which will allow Dropbox users to access any file stored in Dropbox locally, regardless of whether or not you have a copy saved to your local hard drive, and without having to go on the web to do so.