Microsoft's Garage incubator has added five new invitation-only apps to its roster of experimental projects.
In this series we take a look at everything, large and small, that has changed the way we do things and significantly enhanced our lives. In part eight we look at technology that advanced civilisation.
An unprotected database containing personal customer data of thousands of off-grid electricity customers was accessible for months.
Ransomware, ATM jackpotting and advanced targeted attacks will become a norm in the region within the next few months, according to Kaspersky Lab.
Teradata has at long last decoupled Aster analytics from the underlying database. It reflects the fact that columnar databases alone won't differentiate a product.
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Watch this video recap of the SAP HANA Innovation Award Ceremony. Winners include Mercy, Lenovo, Vodafone, and Stanford Medical School. Get ready to share your #HANAStory in 2017.
The company said the possible security issue is limited to Google domains.
A boon to SAP, Altiscale would accelerate efforts to deliver high-scale and high-performance cloud data services. SAP needs to address big data, streaming and IoT apps.
A tour of how the iPhone has changed over the years, starting with the first-generation iPhone released back in 2007.
If you need to navigate regularly between Linux and the Windows world, there are many applications that can make your job easier. We spotlight 21 quality applications that will pave the way.
Android 7.0 Nougat is focused on improving usability so that customers can be more efficient and productive with their phones. Samsung already provides much of Nougat's capabilities in the Galaxy Note 7.
The deal marks Cisco's first acquisition in the burgeoning container market.
The company hopes the next generation processor family will become the backbone of the "immersive internet."
Something you know and something you have: that's two-factor authentication. It's a much better way to secure accounts online from hackers because it combines information and a device. So how did Apple screw this up on its second try? Here's my review.
Apple used a 'head office' with no employees to pay a tax rate as low as 0.005 percent, a European Commission investigation has ruled.
It may have been out for less than a month, but a build of Android Nougat is already available for the $35 credit card-sized board.