E-passports contain a cryptographic hash of a passport holders' details, designed to make it almost impossible to forge a travel document or steal someone's identity.
Could you imagine 15 years ago telling your colleagues, or your college career officer, that you wanted to someday be a 'cloud architect'?
Microsoft may be ready to rev up (again) its conversation as a service strategy, with new additions to its bot-framework toolset.
UPS says the 50-vehicle fleet will cost roughly the same as operating conventional-fueled trucks without taking into account any subsidies.
Water-resistance and Siri integration are coming.
The action starts the clock for legal challenges and last-ditch congressional action to preserve the Obama-era regulations.
There’s a vast selection of software containers, as well as proprietary and open source hypervisors—which makes it tough to zero in on the best solution for your virtual container needs. This side-by-side...
Governments can punish unfair business practices but they can't change the fundamental economics of the internet — scale wins and millions of businesses will lose.
Intel and Huawei will demonstrate the world's first 5G NR over-the-air interoperability trial using the latest 3GPP standards during MWC in Barcelona next week.
Intel has announced that it is working with Spreadtrum on producing a 5G phone and with Lenovo, Dell, HP, and Microsoft on producing 2-in-1 5G PCs to be ready by the second half of 2019.
The duo have launched the Digital Rig to improve drilling efficiencies in marine settings.
Canada looks to spark interest in computer science with the help of the BBC's micro:bit development board.
While millions work in office environments where an iPhone or Galaxy phone work just fine, there is a segment of the population that functions in adverse environments where a glass sandwich phone just doesn't cut it. That's where Cat phones step in to shine.
Get access to an EPYC 24-cores/48-threads processor, 64GB of RAM and gigabytes of fast SSDs for $1 a hour.
Hard drives are struggling to get to 14TB. Now Samsung is kicking sand - literally - into their faces with a new, 2.5-inch 31TB SSD. You and I will never buy one, but still, it's pretty amazing.
At Mobile World Congress next week, one of Google Cloud Spanner's first reference clients will be demonstrating a Tier 1 telco charging system ported from Oracle. Optiva, which is demo'ing the system and claiming 10x scalability vs Oracle, explained to us how they made the transition.
Code-signed apps are harder to detect by network security appliances, making it easier to sneak malware onto a vulnerable system. The downside? Certificates aren't cheap — and hackers usually are.
Android P gets a privacy boost by preventing backgrounded apps from recording or taking pictures.
'It is time that Whitehall and Westminster understood cryptocurrency better,' says Treasury Committee on launch of inquiry - which aims to examine how to prevent bitcoin-related crime.