Salesforce Wear lets developers connect wearables to clouds. Almost all major players, save Apple, have endorsed it. Can it become the Windows of wearables?
The price war in cloud computing may mean that only big companies with multiple sources of income will be able to survive.
Crowdfunding isn’t always just about the money. It can also be about social engagement, about positioning, about reputation and about doing some good in the world.
Windstream Technologies, which uses a sun-wind energy combination in its SolarMill, could be a model for the boons innovations can bring to American employment. But can it take off?
Oil producers' margins are being squeezed by the increasing costs of safety and transportation.
Malware reportedly input into terminals at Home Depot stores may cost the company far more than the $148 million lost by Target last Christmas.
Technology destroys whole industries. Rather than fighting it, or grieving it, investors need to accept it.
Despite increasingly difficult U.S.-China relations, Hershey has increased its bets in the world's second-largest economy.
This week's announced cyberattack at JPMorgan Chase may have been just about money. But if a cyberwar is coming, all your computers are on the front line.
Lending Tree writes loans on one side of its ledger and pays notes on the other side. Its success will depend on its transaction processing.