Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Mark Hurd has been appointed co-president of Oracle, the software company announced Monday.
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Worldwide server sales posted their biggest jump since 2003 during the second quarter as Hewlett-Packard outsold rival IBM to take the top spot among server vendors, IDC said Tuesday.
Former technology industry executives Meg Whitman and Carly Fiorina emerged winners in the Republican primary elections in California on Tuesday, winning their party's nomination for governor and U.S. senator, respectively.
Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff is declining to comment on the patent lawsuit brought against his company by Microsoft, but that didn't stop him from calling his rival names during Salesforce.com's CloudForce conference in Singapore this week.
IBM researchers in Zurich have demonstrated a patterning technique capable of creating structures measuring just 15 nanometers.
Researchers in the US and Canada have tracked and documented a sophisticated cyber-espionage network based in China, dubbed Shadow, that targeted computers in several countries, including systems belonging to the Indian government and military.
The email accounts of eight foreign journalists working in China and Taiwan were hacked recently, leading Yahoo to suspend several of the accounts last week, the Foreign Correspondent's Club of China (FCCC) said Wednesday.
Google's decision to stop censoring search engine results in China, announced in a blog posting Monday, flies in the face of common wisdom when it comes to doing business in the country.
IBM researchers are a step closer to developing chips that use pulses of light instead of electrical signals to carry information between them.
Intel acknowledged Monday that at least one counterfeit version of its Core i7-920 processor made its may into the U.S. market, and said it's trying to determine how many more are out there.
Microsoft warned on Wednesday that a flaw in its Internet Explorer browser gives attackers access to files stored on a PC under certain conditions.
IBM has agreed to acquire SPSS, an analytics software specialist.
Oracle plans to stay in the hardware business following its planned acquisition of Sun Microsystems, CEO Larry Ellison says.
Hit by a sharp decline in sales and heavy financial losses, Lenovo Group's new management team is turning the company's focus back to China.
Amid growing fears that many countries face a long and painful economic recession, Lenovo plans to lay off 2,500 workers, cut the salaries of its executives and restructure its Asian operations in an attempt to weather the downturn, the company says.