Amazon Web Services has introduced Amazon Glacier, inexpensive slow-moving storage for files that don't need to be accessed very often.
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iPad and iPhone accessory maker Discovery Bay Games has raised $15 million in its second round of funding, with a goal of creating better gaming experiences on those devices, the company announced Tuesday.
Editor's Pick With Windows 8, Microsoft favors tablets, touchscreens, and laptops with modern touchpads. Traditional desktops with a keyboard and mouse, on the other hand, have been left in the dust.
Microsoft's Windows Phone platform will likely overtake Research in Motion's BlackBerry market share in the U.S. by the end of this year.
Possible changes would make the company a less attractive destination for online viewers and increase the importance of subscription-based Hulu Plus to the company.
Cloud storage services such as Dropbox and Google Drive are quickly changing how consumers deal with content on a day-to-day basis. But each company has its own set of restrictions, with Microsoft's SkyDrive as the most restrictive player by far. It might shock you how much so.
Apple's share price on the Nasdaq stock exchange reached a new all-time high of $648.02 at the end of trading today, a sign investors are enthused about the rumored next-gen iPhone, Apple television, and smaller iPad.
We've picked out 10 stand-out apps that look and work great on Windows 8, and which show off the platform's potential for gorgeous graphics and tablet-friendly touch controls.
Mobile payments service Square has launched new $275 per month flat-rate pricing for small businesses, a move that could save those merchants a lot of dough on credit card transactions.
After a steady stream of complaints, Facebook will now delete photos from its servers within 30 days of getting a request instead of letting them languish for people to access later.
Web content analysis startup Diffbot has launched a new beta API called "Page Classifier" that can reveal the page type and language behind any URL.
Streaming music service Rdio has partnered with independent music aggregators TuneCore and CD Baby, bringing its catalog to more than 18 million tracks, the company announced today.
By far, Verizon has the most true-4G coverage in the United States, with 371 cities now marked on the map.
Microsoft has released Windows 8 RTM, the finalized version of the OS meant for PC manufacturers and developers of Windows apps. It even has a 90-day free trial for anyone to give it a spin, but we'd seriously recommend against it.
Ustream has promoted co-founder and president Brad Hunstable to CEO of the popular live-streaming video service.
Popular social network Pinterest has finally brought its addictive photo-driven service to Android devices and the iPad, a sign it wants to seriously step up its game in mobile.
The New York Times Company has tapped BBC Director-General Mark Thompson as its new president and CEO after an eight-month search. Can he turn it around?
Microsoft has unveiled a new version of its SkyDrive cloud storage service and a new SkyDrive Android app. It also revealed the new Outlook.com email service that has attracted 10 million users since its launch two weeks ago.
Cloud software powerhouse Salesforce has completed its $689 million cash and stock acquisition of Buddy Media, the company announced today. It has also launched Salesforce Communities, a private social network for interactions between users, customers, and partners.
When Microsoft bought Yammer for $1.2 billion, concerns arose it might lose some of innovative spirit. But today Yammer has pushed back with several big updates, including a new "inbox" that prioritizes conversations, a real-time messaging interface, and integrations with Hootsuite and seven other services.