The newly formed Hewlett Packard Enterprise will partner with Microsoft to offer services and products aimed to attract the business set to Windows 10. The alliance will also seek to build out joint efforts in new tech for specific industries.
IBM and its partners in OpenPOWER today announced a host of efforts to improve systems with big data operations in mind, including revving up Big Blue's favorite child Watson.
Microsoft is reportedly halting development of its Android app porting tool Project Astoria.
Salesforce aims to build out the capabilities of its small- to medium-sized business services with the integration of its small business sales intelligence offering and customer service app.
Microsoft has released its latest build for Windows 10 Insider testers, which some believe could be the first official update for the company's newest OS.
OEMs will stop offering systems with Windows 7 preinstalled on Oct. 31, 2016.
Hoping to become more nimble in target areas, HP will finally complete its long splitting process to become two separate companies this Sunday.
With $6 million in new funding, Connectifier is the latest company to show that advances in technology around hiring are hot right now.
Microsoft has created a website for users who have decided to transition to a Surface Book from a MacBook, the Apple product that Microsoft sees as the main competitor to its first laptop
The Royal Bank of Scotland will make available the enterprise-focused Facebook at Work for 100,000 employees, according to an announcement from the bank. The deal marks a significant win for Facebook, which operates one of the largest consumer social networks but has been eclipsed in the enterprse by a range of other companies that specifically target the needs of businesses.