• Black Friday Shoppers Hungry for New Experiences, New Tech

    Black Friday Shoppers Hungry for New Experiences, New Tech

    4 million shoppers, is expected to hunt for bargains over Black Friday weekend, according to new survey from the National Retail Federation.Seventy-four percent of consumers planned to shop on Black Friday, according to the survey, which Prosper Insights & Analytics conducted.
  • Pay TV's Newest Innovation: Giving Users Control

    Pay TV's Newest Innovation: Giving Users Control

    With the launch of Stream Saver, AT&T Mobility has given users control over their streaming video quality.So Stream Saver choice makes perfect sense for many users.
  • Apple Celebrates Itself in $300 Coffee Table Tome

    Apple Celebrates Itself in $300 Coffee Table Tome

    Designed by Apple in California contains 450 photos of products created by Apple over a 20-year span.The linen-covered hardbound volume -- filled with photographs by Andrew Zuckerman, who is known for popping his images out of stark white backgrounds -- is dedicated to Apple's late cofounder Steve Jobs.
  • AWS Enjoys Top Perch in IaaS, PaaS Markets

    AWS Enjoys Top Perch in IaaS, PaaS Markets

    The other three major competitors -- Salesforce, Rackspace and IBM -- have slightly more market share when combined.After 10 years in the market, Amazon has assembled more than 1 million customers in 190 countries around the world.
  • US Comptroller Gears Up for Blockchain and Internet Finance

    US Comptroller Gears Up for Blockchain and Internet Finance

    These channels include cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin, related "blockchain" technologies, and other Internet-driven financial services.The office will become operational in the first quarter of 2017, OCC said.
  • Coping With Software Licensing Challenges in the Cloud

    Coping With Software Licensing Challenges in the Cloud

    They not only have to recruit a new breed of software developers, but also need to implement a new software licensing and management apparatus to monitor and ultimately monetize their new software capabilities.Companies like Gemalto have been providing software licensing tools to respond to traditional monitoring and monetization issues for a long time.
  • Marketo VP Mike Telem: ABM Lets You Dust Off Old Marketing Techniques

    Marketo VP Mike Telem: ABM Lets You Dust Off Old Marketing Techniques

    Mike Telem: Account-based marketing is all about targeting key accounts.Instead of generating a lot of leads and then qualifying them, you define your key accounts and go after them.
  • BlackBerry to Deliver One Last Keyboard Phone

    BlackBerry to Deliver One Last Keyboard Phone

    The last BlackBerry device to feature an actual physical QWERTY keyboard was the Priv, which was released a year ago.It was the first BlackBerry device to utilize the Android operating system, but it largely faltered in the market.
  • Russia May Kick Out LinkedIn

    Russia May Kick Out LinkedIn

    A LinkedIn block in Russia could be imminent, in light of last week's court ruling that the company broke a law requiring personal data on Russian citizens to be stored on servers within the country.Indonesia and the Netherlands were ahead of Russia with 6 million each.
  • Google Insists Android Plays on Level Field in Europe

    Google Insists Android Plays on Level Field in Europe

    The EC this spring charged that Google's requirements to use its search engine and its Chrome browser on mobile devices running Android were coercive tactics.The EC also charged that Google prevented manufacturers from offering smart devices using rival operating systems based on the Android open source code.
  • Twitter Shuffles Deck as COO Bain Steps Down

    Twitter Shuffles Deck as COO Bain Steps Down

    The news comes just weeks after Twitter's attempt to find a buyer failed.Noto will continue to lead Twitter's live content business, according to the SEC filing.
  • Election Day Cybershenanigans Highlight Need to Shore Up Security

    Election Day Cybershenanigans Highlight Need to Shore Up Security

    Hackers last week launched DDoS attacks against both presidential candidates' campaign websites.That occurred "because both the sites lacked appropriate mitigation precautions," he told the E-Commerce Times.
  • Silicon Valley Reels From Trump Shock

    Silicon Valley Reels From Trump Shock

    25 million to Trump in the midst of the furor over the candidate's Access Hollywood comments about women.William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board, telling President Obama that he could not serve Trump's presidency in any capacity.
  • AWS Gives Customers On-Premises Linux Option

    AWS Gives Customers On-Premises Linux Option

    The AMI provides a stable, secure and high-performance environment for applications running on the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, he said.The move to add this option was significant, according to an Amazon official who asked not to be identified.
  • Commerce Dept Signs Up Private Sector IT Partners

    Commerce Dept Signs Up Private Sector IT Partners

    An equally important goal is to find better ways to provide data to the private sector in order to enhance economic activity.The federal government collects an enormous amount of useful data, including weather and climate statistics; U.
  • Google Cites Amazon Competition in Response to EU

    Google Cites Amazon Competition in Response to EU

    The response addresses a supplementary statement of objections the European Commission sent to Google this summer.The revision "didn't offer a new theory, but argued that, because sites like Amazon sometimes pay price comparison aggregator sites for referred traffic, they can't also be considered rivals," he wrote in Google's response.
  • Facebook Share Price Falls Despite Blowout Quarter

    Facebook Share Price Falls Despite Blowout Quarter

    09 per share on revenue of more than $7 billion for the quarter, compared with 57 cents per share and $4.Mobile ad revenue amounted to $57 billion -- about 84 percent of the firm's ad revenue in Q3 2016, compared with 78 percent in Q3 2015.
  • Microsoft Launches Teams to Foil Office 365 Poachers

    Microsoft Launches Teams to Foil Office 365 Poachers

    It's trying to take that behemoth that's Microsoft and make it more responsive to the marketplace.The full gamut of Office tools is integrated into Teams, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint, OneNote, Planner, Power BI and Delve.
  • Can Charter Turn a Frog Into a Prince?

    Can Charter Turn a Frog Into a Prince?

    For decades, the cable television industry has hurt itself, time and time again, by engaging in bad behavior and failing to care for the customer.That problem resulted from the way cable television rules originally were set up.
  • AvePoint CEO TJ Jiang: Innovation Through Collaboration

    AvePoint CEO TJ Jiang: Innovation Through Collaboration

    Tianyi "TJ" Jiang is the CEO of AvePoint.In this exclusive interview, CRM Buyer discusses with Jiang the future of information.