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Cyber Monday, by Friday, is just a dim memory, and a dull ache caused by the absence of the Next iPhone.
Worldwide IT spending in 2013 will exceed $2.1 trillion, up 5.7% from 2012, predicts IDC. Mobility and emerging markets play dominant roles in the industry's growth.
The Internet shutdown in Syria probably took very little to accomplish considering the country's limited Internet infrastructure and international connectivity, network analysts said Friday.
Apple and Microsoft haven't signed up, and mobile and codec efforts remain in progress
Apple today announced that it will start selling the iPad Mini, fourth-generation iPad and iPhone 5 in China over the next two weeks, putting those new products on shelves in time for the January 2013 kick-off of Chinese New Year sales.
The most disturbing thing about online shopping, to me, has always been just how easy it is. A couple of clicks, a brief glance at a credit card number, and bang -- there's an order of chicken wings on the way to your door. It's too easy, frankly, as my bank account balance and expanding waistline can attest.
More than half of next year's expected 5.7% increase in global IT spending will be driven by sales of smartphones, tablets and e-readers, IDC said in a forecast published Friday.
AARNet videoconferencing will power a world music competition tonight with orchestras in Australia, Asia and Europe.
Amazon Web Services today launched Data Pipeline, a new tool designed to make it easier for users to integrate data stored in multiple disparate spots to manage and analyze it.
A Consumer Reports survey published Thursday identified AT&T as the worst major mobile service provider in the U.S. this year, giving the top spot to Verizon Wireless.
In an interview this week, a Google executive called rival Facebook an outdated social network that is annoying the heck out of users with its ads.
Microsoft has set pricing for its Surface Pro 10.6-in. tablet with a starting price of $US899 for a 64 GB version and $US999 for a 128 GB version.
IT pros are divided when it comes to bonus expectations, according to tech jobs site Dice.com, and most believe company performance determines bonus payouts, not individual performance.
In a sign that the flip phone and walkie-talkie functionality are still popular with some workers, AT&T said it will sell the rugged Samsung Rugby III exclusively for $99.99 with a two-year agreement starting Dec. 14.
A new report from mobile app analytics firm App Annie shows that, while revenues for iOS apps are still four times higher than those of Android apps, the gap is beginning to close, thanks to spiking sales in the Google Play store.
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