Transistors shrinking in line with Moore's Law have given us ever more powerful and smaller computers, as well as today's smartphones. But no one said you need to stick to the idea that processors have to keep getting smaller and faster.
iOS 10 gives iPhone and iPad users the ability to delete built-in apps such as Mail, FaceTime, and Music and replace them with third-party apps. But which apps should you choose? Deleting a built-in app is the same as deleting any other app, just press and hold on the icon on the Home screen until they jiggle, and then tap the X. Press the Home button when you're done. (Updated Dec 1, 2016)
Apple doom-mongering has kicked up a few notches over the course of 2016.
Amazon Web Services is following in competitor's footsteps by announcing analytic and AI services. However, in the face of Amazon's scale, head starts won't matter.
The new findings appear to have captured the "human" element missing from current machine learning systems.
A concerted effort between law enforcement and cybersecurity firms has resulted in the destruction of a major botnet platform.
In December, taxi and limo license holders in Queensland will receive a letter from the government detailing how they can be compensated for the legalisation of ride-sharing in the state.
With clients and new digital markets slow to scale up, activist investor pushes vision of more profits from legacy IT, may kill the golden goose
The Korean central bank will begin a pilot program next year where convenience stores will give change in the form of prepaid cards rather than coins, as part of its plan to make the country a coinless society by 2020.