The class-action lawsuit filed between four of Silicon Valley's biggest names, and current and former employees has been put to bed, after a US District Judge gave approval for the technology giants to reach a $415 million settlement.
Optus and Airbnb are joining forces to provide users with a AU$50 voucher for accommodation, as well as a AU$30 SIM for global roaming.
Amazon's efforts to bolster its digital video services -- namely with original content -- have been widely reported. But behind the scenes, the infrastructure looks to be getting stronger and bigger too.
Google has taken user feedback about Chrome becoming a sluggish memory-hog seriously: The latest release speeds up browsing and is more aggressive at memory management.
I took both of these power banks on a road trip and did not need to charge my phone from AC power until I returned.
Risk management software will support RBNZ's goal of ensuring financial system stability.
Ready to look into the future or Red Hat Enterprise Linux and containers? Then check out the latest RHEL beta.
The smaller iMac is likely to follow the footsteps of its big brother with a 4K display next month. What kind of premium can buyers expect to pay for the higher resolution screen?
Just as with previous versions of Windows, the GodMode tweak is by far my favorite Windows 10 usability hack.
The department has undergone a few leadership changes -- most recently losing founder and CEO Ilya Sukhar.
If Microsoft wants users to keep using (and loving) email, the company needs to keep giving us choices -- as it seems it is planning do with the new Windows 10 Mail client.
Facebook and Dropbox aren't alone in striving to strengthen their presence in schools.
More than three dozen Uber trips was cached by the search engine. These "shared trip" pages often includes exact address data, such as a home, or work addresses.
Microsoft is buying Seattle-based organizational analytics vendor VoloMetrix and intends to integrate its technology with Delve Organizational Analytics.
To get into the enterprise, Apple needs to get messy. It needs to take risks. It needs to rip off the band-aid.
Samsung continues to release Android tablets for Barnes & Noble under the Nook brand and the latest is the thinnest and lightest tablet yet.
T-Mobile is trying to bring video calling to the masses by integrating support for the service into the dialer on select Samsung Galaxy smartphones.
Samsung rounds out and updates its smart home lineup and the company is well positioned to be an Internet of things juggernaut as long as it doesn't screw up the software and integration points.