New data visualization apps for Excel 2013 could help Microsoft hang on to customers looking for better data visualization tools.
Watch: Huawei pours water over its massive 6.1-inch smartphone
The line between tablets and smartphones is already blurring thanks to big screen devices like the Samsung Galaxy Note, and Chinese vendor Huawei wants to take it a step further. At CES, the company demonstrated a phone with a massive 6.1-inch screen - and then dumped a jug of water over it to prove that it was water resistant.
Surface has been a stiff so far, but Microsoft reportedly has big expectations for its next fiscal year. Here's why the company may not be crazy.
Brandon Porco, the chief technologist for defense contractor Northrop Grumman, says that IT will have to try lots of different things and move quickly to keep abreast of evolving employee needs. "Google has it very well-patterned: Launch and iterate."
Although Apple is often accused of not being an enterprise company, it's only in the last few years that Apple has abandoned its enterprise-oriented products. The real story may be that Apple's discovered that making enterprise-focused efforts simply don't deliver a huge return on investment.
Majority of Windows 8 PC owners launch less than one app a day