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Intel president Renée James will step down in order to pursue a CEO role at another company, the chip giant announced on Thursday.

With the launch of Windows 10 less than a month away, Microsoft is giving users a heads up on how upgrades will work.

Rogue IT (or Shadow IT) has been a bogeyman in IT circles for years, but new research from the nonprofit Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) suggests that business units increasingly find it important to keep IT in the loop, even as their power to purchase their own IT solutions is growing.

Is it possible to secure the Internet? And if so, what would it cost?

It's coming up on four years since ex-Sun CEO Scott McNealy launched Wayin, but the startup today bears little resemblance to its original self.

Vulnerabilities can take many forms, and you can't expect to uncover them all unless you have a diverse portfolio of tools to help you in the hunt.

Hewlett-Packard has filed paperwork to register HP Enterprise as an independent company, an official step on the path to splitting itself in two.

The stockpile of unused IPv4 addresses in North America has fallen so low that there's now a waiting list.

In a recent analysis of a quarter million endpoint devices in 40 enterprises, every single corporate network showed evidence of a targeted intrusion but most of the activity was not yet at the most-dangerous data exfiltration stage.

When Wakefield Canada, the exclusive distributor for Castrol in Canada, set out to replace the tablets used by their sales team, it went right to the source to figure out what to buy: The people who would be using them in the field.

True story: If you go to your dictionary app right now and look up "gullible", there's a picture of a tech reporter.

NASA scientists are working on a plane that would be deployed from a rover's landing system to fly across the Martian surface and take images of potential landing sites for future astronaut missions.

PayPal is acquiring Xoom, an international money transfer service, in a deal that lets PayPal break into a new market worth an estimated $600 billion a year, the companies said Wednesday.

There's still nothing like a TiVo. Those quirky sounds and the remote control that's shaped like a giant peanut still beat out the experience found on a lot of "smart" TVs.

Salesforce has long targeted SMBs with its Desk.com application for customer support, but on Wednesday the cloud powerhouse launched a new version of the software designed specifically for rapidly growing firms.

Google recently upped Gmail's personalization game with a string of new themes to customize your inbox background, as well as a revamped set of emojis. The new updates are available only to free Gmail users and are not yet available to Apps subscribers.

A hacker group known as Team GhostShell is publishing snippets of sensitive data allegedly stolen from the databases of hundreds of compromised websites.

As foreshadowed on Twitter yesterday, a new R Consortium of major vendors launched today aimed at "strengthen[ing] both the technical and user communities," according to a Linux Foundation announcement.

Of all of the digitization projects in the industry, the most significant might be the one being tackled by the US Postal Service.

A fleet of floating bio-robots will be deployed between Christmas Island and Madagascar next week to help gain an understanding of the physical and biological workings of the Indian Ocean.

"You realize you're crouched, right?" says the SOMA developer watching me over my shoulder.

Today, more than ever, businesses are dependent on technology to drive transformations that are anything but incremental. For CIOs, that means a tremendous opportunity to guide and help their businesses harness technology.

In a startlingly honest interview, K. Vaitheeswaran, talks about an imminent tech-bubble burst, what will trigger it—and who’s to blame. 

They are the CIOs using the ‘Internet of Data' to get a 360 degree view of the business, says Basil Botoulas of Hitachi Data Systems.

Most enterprise technology eventually converges into a suite, as it did with ERP. Integration hassles, management headaches and training challenges arising from a mishmash of best-of-breed solutions drive frustrated enterprise software buyers to the suite life -- but not in marketing tech, at least not yet.

Place a key on the table and bring out the smartphone camera. It clicks and the screen shows a razor-sharp photo of the key. The photo is all you need to print a perfect copy of the key.

While the mandating of Aadhaar in contempt of the Supreme Court ruling is destroying the little rule of law, and respect of law in the country. It is also a sign of maximum government, and bad governance.

The information security industry is hot right now, but it's hot because it's failing. The daily announcements about breaches and lost data confirm that criminals are winning the security battle, but how can InfoSec reposition itself in order to win the war?

The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) has announced that it plans to make Aadhaar card mandatory for its user registration process for e-ticketing. But looks like the announcement by IRCTC has yet again opened a Pandora’s box.

There’s no loose thread in Sterlite Technologies’ plan to strengthen India’s digital infrastructure.

Caught up in traffic snarls, Bangalore’s first responders race the devil to save lives. Here’s how Vigilante’s Emergency Vehicle Pre-emption system (EVP) stepped in to the rescue.

Most job-seekers worry about being under-qualified for a position, but what if you're overqualified? You may decide to apply for jobs for which you are overqualified for a variety of reasons.

Indian women technopreneurs are on the rise battling hurdles that aren’t any different from the ones faced by the opposite sex. 

Issues like cybersecurity might keep CIOs up at night, but in Northern New Jersey, at least they know they're not alone.

Food startup Petoo, founded by the JustEat founders, is using predictive analysis to map food patterns in Bangalore, and eventually, all over India.

Snapchat, Instagram and Pinterest arrived on the social scene after Facebook and Twitter, but they quickly made their marks, especially among millennials. After reaching critical mass, the three companies are attempting to monetize their services by rolling out new features for advertisers. Select large, global brands, including McDonald's, are testing the new features and could be role models for other marketers interested in the apps. However, all three services are still relatively young, and it might be too early to tell if ad campaigns are worth the investment.