After going live with SmartCloud for Social Business this month, IBM plans to add IBM Docs - another online service for consumers and businesses - later in 2012.
Day two of CeBIT shows that ultrabook and notebook manufacturers are trying to "reclaim" computer market profit which was taken over by tablet manufacturers. We had a chance to check out the HP Envy 14 Spectre, Dell XPS 13, Lenovo IdeaPad U410, the Acer Aspire S5, and many other popular ultrabooks.
Microsoft believes in covering every base with an operating system that's designed for a wide variety of hardware. One has to wonder how many bases are on its field.
Corel has unveiled VideoStudio Pro X5, a $49.99 video editing package aimed at speeding performance while adding HTML 5 authoring and lots of other features.
Attackers in 2012 will range from criminals to "hacktivists," governments, and employees. Here are five top security threats that emerged from the RSA Conference.
Microsoft is playing up Win8 PC/tablet "interoperability," while barely acknowledging differences sure to arise in various versions of the OS. What do analysts say?
With new malware and other security hacks always emerging, this week's RSA Conference will focus on new ways to protect Web sites, PCs, Macs, and mobile devices.
The next release of Mac OS X might not include Apple's Siri voice assistant, but a preview by Apple reveals that OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion will adopt lots of new features first introduced in iOS 5, such as Notification Center, Game Center, a new messaging service, and Twitter integration.
Symantec is adding three new "Windows 8 beta-ready" security suites, including Norton 360 Everywhere -- for PCs, Macs and Android --- and Norton One, for "elite" support.
Will a new group spur better software applications for end users? The ADA will promote innovation among developers, from music apps to PC business applications.
Microsoft is planning a second release of Windows 8 for late February, and it will include an app store. A "natural interface" is also on the way for Windows 8, said Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer in a keynote at CES on Monday night. Yet, as the show opens on Tuesday, several questions about Windows 8 remain unanswered.
Even before CES opens its doors on Tuesday, the show is already evidencing novel uses of new operating systems, such as Tobii's Gaze "look and tap" UI for Windows 8, plus Lenovo's K91SmartTV, the first HDTV to run Android 4.0 ("Ice Cream Sandwich").
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