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The multinational-targeting cloud platform is currently based on in-house technology, but France Telecom's business services arm is considering options such as OpenStack for the future.
IBM's Watson has been helping clinicians diagnose ailments and bankers recommend the right products for customers, and with its latest job it will help brands provide better customer service and reach a wider audience.
AWS is the first major cloud provider to get its FedRAMP certification which should make it easier for government agencies to use it for more workloads.
Square has launched an under-the-radar payments service that lets customers transfer cash through email. It's certainly not a new concept, but it's another tool in Square's arsenal as it delves deeper into the consumer market.
Microsoft is set to announce a new Xbox on Tuesday. Here's what we know so far about everything related to TV and online video services.
Deep inside the House of Mouse researchers are solving computer science and mechanical engineering problems -- like how to build a robot that can hand you a drink without creeping you out.
The carrier says by mid-June it will allow use of FaceTime over cellular for its unlimited plan customers. A broader rollout for even more video chat apps is coming by year's end, however.
A group of researchers from Columbia and Stanford have created a method for turning complex cellular datasets into visualizations that map the similarities between tens of thousands of cells within a tissue sample.
Cook will call for a revenue-neutral reform of the corporate tax code that does away with all tax expenditures, lowers tax rates and establishes a "reasonable" tax on companies' earnings from overseas.
There are plenty of reasons why the announced Yahoo Tumblr deal makes sense for those companies. But Marissa Mayer might have seen a much greater payoff from acquiring Pinterest instead. Here's why.
Bitcoin's recent popularity has brought new rumors about the true identity of its founder, Satoshi Nakamoto. It may be time to respect his privacy and focus on his work instead.
Pay TV providers in the US lost subscribers for the first time ever over the 12 months ending in March. Especially alarming is the slowing growth of lower-priced offers.
Bijan Sabet and Fred Wilson continue a long tradition of a couple investors utterly dominating their sectors by betting on what they know, and getting in early before others even know there is an opportunity.
So, remember that Openstack-based public cloud Dell promised for this year? It ain't gonna happen. Instead Dell will sell public cloud options from Joyent, ScaleMatrix and ZeroLag.
Intel, whose chips are in production at data centers worldwide, has taken steps lately to make consumer data more accessible to the public. How to expose the data is another matter.
The iPhone maker has been tweaking its pricing strategy and incentive offerings in markets where smartphone ownership has only recently begun to take hold. In India it's offering discounts for trade-ins and a cash back offer.
Ever wondered which movies and TV shows your friends like on Facebook. NextGuide makes it easy to find out - and then find services to stream these flicks.
Still carrying last year's Galaxy S 3 but pining for the newer model? A software update may appease your desire: Several of the Galaxy S 4 software features are included in this Android 4.2.2 update for the Galaxy S 3.
Analytics provider Alteryx has raised another $12 million as it tries to make statistical analysis a more consumer-friendly experience.
The two food ordering startups didn't reveal any financial details, but the merger will create the biggest take out and delivery portal on the web and mobile with more than 20,000 restaurants in 500 cities.