The new $1,299 configuration keeps the price lower by featuring only 128GB of storage.
Mass PC adoption spurred a virtuous cycle of higher volumes, lower costs and ease of use that have benefitted enterprise IT for decades. But it's over. Here's why.
The social network's founder talks about his ambitious plans for AI and virtual reality - technologies he predicts will change our lives.
Within the next decade, the entire kitchen will be digitized and connected, according to recent forecast from home retailer behemoth Ikea.
There's no better way to put Chef Watson to the test than actually putting on an apron, heading down to the kitchen and taste whatever big data actually has to offer.
In a Q&A with ZDNet, the vice president of Cybersecurity Services at Fidelis explains why top-level management has to be the security-focused example for others to follow.
Tech giants like IBM followed by a handful of budding startups are tapping into machine learning to rethink the delivery of food from the growers to chefs to the delivery professionals themselves.
The group has re-emerged from the shadows with a reported stream of hacks and data thefts in the past 24 hours.
Microsoft is beginning to roll out its Surface 3 tablets with built-in 4G LTE to business customers, starting in Japan, Germany and the U.K.
Most consumer drones to date have been geared toward cinematography, but drone sports leagues are cropping up and promise a new growth area for a red hot market.
The agency says a new task force will focus exclusively on fighting terrorist and violent extremist propaganda online.
The updates fix vulnerabilities including flaws which allow both remote code execution and man-in-the-middle attacks to occur.
NBN construction contractor Visionstream has laid off 60 workers as a result of the change to the rollout of the network.
Australia's largest independent domain name registrar, VentraIP Australia, has acquired domain name competitor IntaServe in a seven-figure exchange, lighting a fire in the CEO to grow his business even further.
Apple's one SIM to rule them all has launched in Australia, but will only be useful to Australians looking to take their iPad overseas.
The NSW government has launched an independent task force to work with customers and the taxi industry to examine the impact of emerging technologies, and opportunities to update existing regulations.
Incoming Pivotal Asia-Pacific field CTO and director for advanced field engineering Jason Jackson believes the next push for Pivotal in the region will be addressing the software layer of the datacentre.
In a bid to compete with rival fibre providers, NBN is planning to help new houses install TV services over fibre.