News Corporation, which is the parent company of the Wall Street Journal, recently announced their plans to create a new social networking website aimed at professionals, similar to the highly popular LinkedIn. In January of this year Rupert Murdoch who serves as the CEO of News Corp. admitted that the company’s 2005 purchase of MySpace
Microsoft improves the web app experience by adding the ability to work on a project with multiple people in real time, general speed enhancements, and support for Android tablets.
Adobe Systems Inc. beat the predictions for 2013 first-quarter sales, amassing a $1.01 billion profit. According to analysts, the company’s fiscal success was due to web-software marketing and Creative Cloud subscriptions.
Yahoo’s CEO Marissa Mayer has been working overtime looking for ways for Yahoo to remain a top competitor. She just recently axed seven unsuccessful products offered by Yahoo and has dozens more she wants to end as well.
If you are planning to purchase a perpetual license for Microsoft Office 2013, take note that it will be one copy per PC with no transfer available for any reason. Even wiping the hard drive from your old PC does not give you the ability to transfer it.
WordPress.com, which is probably the most popular free blogging sites on the Net, has begun implementing another payment option by adding BitCoin.
Julie Larson-Green may not be a name most would recognize off hand, but she is surely a significant part of the millions of households around the globe that use a PC running Windows.
If you are an industry insider, chances are you heard of Patrick P. Gelsinger. If you're a consumer, chances are you're reading this story through one of technologies which Pat brought to market. Yet with the market opening, Pat will be announced as the new CEO of VMware.
During the Farnborough International Airshow 2012, Qatar Airways demonstrated its latest airplane, the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. However, for a technology site like VR-Zone we encountered something more interesting – the airplane entertainment system is powered by… Google Android.
During the Emerging Companies Summit at the NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference, we spoke with several startups and experienced companies, seeing an interesting emerging pattern.
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (RIM) has launched a mobile device management solution for enterprise customers using rival mobile platforms on Apple and Android devices.
Lenovo has launched the Lenovo Enterprise App Shop, a mobile app store for businesses that use Android-based tablet computers.
If you need to crack somebody’s password, there’s no better piece of hardware than a graphics cards. ElcomSoft is a well known security firm with government and private clients… and have just announced the switch to OpenCL.
Some screenshots have appeared online of Microsoft's Office 15 productivity suite following a Technical Preview release that was provided to a number of businesses and partners last month. All applications within are designed to run as standard on Windows 7 or 8 with the ribbon interface that we saw introduced in Office 2007 making its
Maybe it is because Microsoft's Office productivity suite is still the number one office suite of choice for most users around the world that people are always trying to nitpick on it for not being able to match up to their lofty expectations of what a 'proper' office productivity suite is supposed to be. However,
Most people may not know it, but Oracle actually sells a commercial version of the OpenOffice office productivity suite that featured several proprietary components layered over the free software suite in order to deliver a more complete 'out-of-the-box' computing experience for various users such as businesses and enterprises. However, that commercial version of OpenOffice is
NVIDIA announced today the Quadro 400 graphics processing unit (GPU), a new professional graphics solution that puts the power of the GPU in the hands of designers and engineers. Built for use with professional applications, such as Autodesk AutoCAD, the NVIDIA Quadro 400 GPU provides up to 5x faster performance over high-end consumer gaming cards.
Remember how Google claimed that users no longer had to fork out money for a fully featured office productivity suite like Microsoft Office since its cloud-based Google Docs application could perform most, if not all of the tasks found in the former from the convenience of a web browser? Well, it seems that Google is
Well, that took the developers over at The Document Foundation long enough. But as the saying goes, good things come to those who wait, and it appears that such sayings do apply to software as well. And users who are bored of Microsoft Office or OpenOffice now have a third office suite to play with:
It seems like Microsoft is going to face a little competition in getting its Office productivity suite into every single Windows PC, at least where Japan is concerned. A major Japanese software development company known as JustSystems has announced a new office productivity suite, JUST Office, which is said to be compatible with most of