Skip navigation

Open Text software license sales miss forecasts

(Reuters) - Business software maker Open Text Corp <OTC.TO> <OTEX.N> earned less in long-term license fees than analysts had expected in the fourth quarter, sending its shares down 5 percent after the bell. Full story

Will 2014 Be the Year of the PC?

It’s never too late for a comeback. Full story

Can Backwards Compatibility Save the PC?

It's going to take more than that. Full story

Deutsche Boerse to launch Cloud Exchange to trade computing power

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - German financial markets operator Deutsche Boerse is planning to commoditize computing power with the launch early next year of the world's first independent exchange for trading cloud computing capacity. Full story

Rivals Microsoft and Oracle team up on push into cloud

SAN FRANCISCO/SEATTLE (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp said on Monday it would support Oracle Corp software on its cloud-based platforms, a tie-up aimed at improving the rivals' chances against nimbler Web-based computing companies chipping away at their traditional businesses. Full story

Analysis: Oracle's sales miss magnifies fears about cloud missteps

BOSTON (Reuters) - "What the hell is cloud computing?" Oracle Corp <ORCL.O> Chief Executive Larry Ellison said during a diatribe against the whole concept at an investor Q&A in 2008. Full story

Sponsored Links

Articles

Face of the Future: How Facial-Recognition Tech Will Change Everything

Ciena expects strong demand from cloud, mobile computing

Wearable technology emerging as major technology cycle -Meeker

SAP revamps management to focus on cloud computing

HP raises 2013 outlook as Whitman's plan takes hold

Microsoft to build Australian cloud computing centers

Is Google's Quantum Computer Worth the Hype?

Analysis: Amazon gets help to lure big business to the cloud

VMware forecasts second-quarter revenue below estimates, shares fall

SAP's cloud computing push stalls in Asia

Video

  Billion Dollar Idea: Zscaler Valued at $1 Billion+

Jay Chaudhry, CEO of Zscaler, explains how his company is making waves in cloud computing.

  Top technology trends for 2013

From gesture computing and multi-touch technology to smartphones that are smarter than ever, TODAY digital lifestyle contributor Mario Armstrong takes a look at the gadgets that will be taking center stage in 2013.

  Big Data Drives SAP Growth: CEO

Bill McDermott, Co-CEO of SAP, discusses how cloud computing, mobile use, and SAP's HANA software is driving the company's growth

  Surface RT first look: A love/hate relationship

Surface RT, Microsoft's first foray into personal computing, is a hardware success that fulfills the dream of a tablet/laptop hybrid. But why, then, does it infuriate NBCNews.com's Wilson Rothman from time to time?

  Product Launch for Motorola Mobility

Motorola Mobility is preparing to launch its next big product, reports CNBC's Jon Fortt. Scott Freeze, Street One Financial president, explains why he is betting on Amazon.com in the mobile computing space.

advertisement | ad info

Related Photos

Sleiman Itani and Hosain Rahman speak at the wearing computing panel during Reuters Global Technology Summit in San Francisco
Sleiman Itani and Hosain Rahman speak at the wearing computing panel during Reuters Global Technology Summit in San Francisco

Sleiman Itani , co-founder and chief executive of Atheer, and Hosain Rahman, co-founder and chief executive of Jawbone, speak at the wearing computing panel during Reuters Global Technology Summit in San Francisco, June 17, 2013. REUTERS/Stephen Lam

Itani, co-founder and chief executive of Atheer, speaks at Reuters Global Technology Summit in San Francisco
Itani, co-founder and chief executive of Atheer, speaks at Reuters Global Technology Summit in San Francisco

Sleiman Itani, co-founder and chief executive of Atheer, speaks at the wearable computing panel during Reuters Global Technology Summit in San Francisco, June 17, 2013. REUTERS/Stephen Lam

Sleiman Itani attends at the wearable computing panel during Reuters Global Technology Summit in San Francisco
Sleiman Itani attends at the wearable computing panel during Reuters Global Technology Summit in San Francisco

Sleiman Itani, co-founder and chief executive of Atheer, attends the wearable computing panel during Reuters Global Technology Summit in San Francisco, June 17, 2013. REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)