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Users can now have a code sent to their mobile phones to log in
HP's results were down from last year but it still managed to make a bigger profit than expected
By crunching data about a customer's buying habits, the store thinks it can pop up the things they'll need to buy
Viva Movil chain will have family-friendly stores, plus JLo-designed accessories and a social media component
'You have to be the customer," says one panelist, urging CIOs to 'really appreciate what the other side needs'
The fund, called Google Capital, could mean Google plans some larger investments
Lotus F1 CIO Graeme Hackland CIO believes having an application strategy that allows employees to find and develop their own solutions is key to maintaining control of an enterprise IT environment.
Apple will build Macs in Texas using some parts made in the U.S., CEO Tim Cook said Tuesday, putting a little flesh on a pledge from last December.
UK, Germany and Sweden follow as the least riskiest places to establish data centers, according to a survey released this week
Saving destinations also decreases the chance of making an error when trying to return to that spot
The companies are making hardware and software to deliver more virtual machine per GPU
ShareFile users are getting more options for where and how to store data
Attacks on mobile devices are rising just as PC malware soared with the Web, Kaspersky Lab says
Solera's big data security analytics and traffic inspection technology will be added to Blue Coat's offerings
Government agencies could use Salesforce.com's technology to deliver services to citizens on mobile devices
A Cisco survey of mobile users reveals strong desire for BYOD programs and clear productivity gains. But hold off on those BYOD mandates because the love for corporate devices hasn't burned out yet.
The Trojan program adds a rogue PIN field to the Payza log-in page on infected computers, Trusteer researchers say
The company also cut its sales and profit targets for its core electronics products
Apple's dominance in smartphone customer satisfaction faded last year, with rivals like Samsung and Motorola dramatically closing the gap, a national survey said today.
Vendors are rebuilding the mainframe with converged infrastructure, collapsed kit or integrated compute platforms -- whatever you want to call it. And customers are loving it.