Sony and HTC Debut in the Android Tablet Market

Kristina Farrah | August 31st

Following the iffy exit of HP from the tablet arena, we’ve got two new companies ready to play the game.  First off, we have Sony announcing the pre-sale of Sony Tablet S before it...»

US Gov Roadblocks AT&T, T-Mobile Deal

Kristina Farrah | August 31st

AT&T is in trouble. The major hitch this time is neither a rival company nor a bunch of picketing employees—it’s the U.S. DOJ itself.  According to Bloomberg, the US Department of Justice has filed an...»

Live Blog: Dreamforce 2011

Klint Finley | August 31st

I'm live blogging's Dreamforce 2011 event - watch this space for updates. ...»

Wikileaks Breached as US Retaliates

Kristina Farrah | August 31st

Wikileaks' site crashed in what appears to be a cyberattack, following the release of State Department cables. An hour later, the site is back up, but the cable posts were taken down. Wikileaks instructed its...» Issues a Sprawling Set of Announcements at Dreamforce

Klint Finley | August 31st

Today before its Dreamforce event issued an announcement containing a sprawling set of updates, including new Chatter features, the company's plans for (the domain name bought for at least $1.5 million. From's...»

Location Gets Private for Photos with Geofences and More

Maria Pila | August 31st

Facebook wants to know “what’s on your mind?”  Twitter asks “what’s happening?” But that’s getting old already.  The burning question for the next wave of social networking is “where are you?”  Services like Foursquare, Gowalla,...»

Intel on a Federal Mission for Cloud Computing

Cherr Aira | August 31st

As the PC business grows relatively weaker due to the sickly economic state and the rise of cloud computing, Intel hopes to avoid a downfall of its own by beefing up its portfolio. The premier...»

HP Data Thrust is Delivering Performance in the Cloud, says HP Exec

Bert Latamore | August 31st

“The mission of HP storage in a sentence is assisting customers to make the transition from enterprise to cloud,” says HP CTO for Storage and former Cloud Advisor Milan Shetti in an interview with...»

Java Creator Bids Google Farewell, Looks to the Data of the Sea

Mellisa Tolentino | August 31st

James Gosling, the father of Java programming language, is leaving Google just after five months of joining the company, as stated in his blog post.

“I've surprised myself and made another career change. I had