Barnes and Noble sold a five percent stake in Nook Media to Pearson this week for $89.5 million.
Autonomy's Mike Lynch has continued to bang away against HP's allegations of wrong doing before the Autonomy sale.
Oracle attempted to strengthen its web content management product portfolio with the Eloqua purchase just before the holidays.
Margaret Atwood and Seth Godin have started experimenting with web-based audience building platforms.
Ten years ago, Shaun Walker decided to turn his project to learn asp.net into an open source software project--and it's worked out remarkably well for him.
The Instagram controversy brought content ownership on online services to the forefront.
WordPress has introduced WordPress.com Enterprise.
MarkLogic announced a new partnership this week with business analytics visualization software company Tableau.
We asked industry experts for their picks for the top story of the year. See if you agree.
This week, Hippo, the open source web content management tool, announced the release of Hippo 7.8. The big addition in the new version is a customer relevance module designed to help marketers customize the web site experience for visitors based on what they know about them.
After all these years, the paperless office remains elusive.
Searches were down four percent in the latest comSore search engine numbers, but it's hard to draw any firm conclusions about what that means.
In an age when users are accessing content on mobile devices, the cloud might actually be a layer to help keep out unauthorized individuals.
Mobile Internet usage is exploding across the world, and your business needs to be ready to take advantage of new markets outside of English-speaking countries.
Moxie has a new tool that lets you engage with your Facebook fans and turn them into spending customers.
Adobe has begun to make the transition from a Flash-centric company that sells packaged software to one that sells cloud services and customer experience management--and so far it's looking good.
iSuppli found eBook reader sales have begun to plunge in the face of competition from multi-function tablets.
Twitter adds photo enhancement tools to continue its march as a siloed social app.
Autonomy reportedly approached Dell when it was pedaling the company, but was turned away.
What if consumers shared data when they were in the market for something, with the understanding that they would be left alone if they weren't?