The launch comes as bring-your-own-device (BYOD) initiatives continue to gain traction among small businesses.
The majority of small businesses lack critical knowledge necessary to make informed domain name buying decisions.
The new Xbox seeks to unify gaming, TV viewing and digital media consumption with instant responsiveness and Kinect-powered voice and video control.
Previously, Google has been saying publicly that Glass would launch to the masses in 2014, but that timeframe is now being shortened.
Among the top five vendors, Microsoft led the group in year-over-year growth at 16 percent.
Security researchers link a cyber-attack on a Norwegian telecommunications carrier to India's IP space and to potential nation-state espionage.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Yahoo has plans to acquire Tumblr for $1.1 billion in cash, but whether that investment boosts revenue and earnings any time soon remains to be seen.
Jolla, the effort by Nokia's former MeeGo team, has introduced its first phone, running the Android-app-compatible Sailfish OS.
Google's YouTube now receives more than 100 hours of video uploads every minute. That's a lot of growth since it started in May 2005.
Microsoft will release details on its next-generation Xbox gaming console May 21, but the industry's already buzzing about what the software giant has in store.
China is the largest market for smartphones as a whole, and the Asia-Pacific region will account for more than half of smartphone shipments in 2013.
Dell’s initiative will rely on third-party technologies and will replace the company’s in-house, OpenStack-based IaaS strategy.
If somebody asked, how would you answer the following question: Do you believe your company's business outlook will get better, stay the same or worsen in the next six months? Well it turns out Glassdoor, a jobs and career online community, put this very question to its members to find out what employees think about their employers' short-term growth prospects. Only 38 percent of employees, across all 250,000 companies on Glassdoor, believe their company's business outlook will get better in the next six months. The survey results were based on businesses with at least 20 company reviews and 20 business outlook ratings during April 2013. A host of technology heavyweights, including Apple, Cisco and Oracle, fell outside the top 10, with just 59 percent of Apple employees seeing the business outlook getting better. However, tech companies did dominate the top of the list, with Google employees being most optimistic, as 86 percent of them believe the company's business will perform better in the next six months. As a Google software engineer from Stockholm, Sweden, recently wrote: "The projects we're working on are all very inspiring. The company has a long-term vision I can actually subscribe to, personally. The company exists to do good." Here are the top 10 companies with the best business outlook in the next six months.
Beacon Mountain tools will let programmers develop Android apps for both Intel- and ARM-based devices.
John McCool also will join the board of directors of Firetide, which offers technologies for wireless mesh networks.