Is WinPhone OS Fee-Free in India?
Customers Need Marketing's Attention
NSA Using Facebook Malware to Spy?
Twitter Crashed Again on Tuesday
Red Hat Debuts Open Source BPM
Microsoft may be taking a page from Google's Android. The software giant reportedly is licensing its Windows Phone mobile operating system for free to two phone makers in India.
Is it Marketing 101 or perhaps the greatest sales advice ever? Gartner's research director Todd Berkowitz addresses the importance of not just selling to current customers, but marketing to them, as well.
Facebook users look out, the National Security Agency may be spying on you by pretending to be Facebook. At least that's what The Intercept, a Web publication dedicated to covering the NSA, is reporting.
Social micro-blogging site Twitter went down again on Tuesday. The company said the outage lasted less than an hour, but this is the second crash in nine days. So what gives?
Open source solution provider Red Hat has announced an open-source business process management suite, Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite 6, which includes the next version of its business rules platform.