China based Huawei took the third spot for global handset shipments in the second quarter as Microsoft continues to fall down the list.
As it expands its IoT offerings, the chip design firm is teaming up with Tel Aviv's Sansa Security.
HSBC and First Direct now offering Apple's pay-by-smartphone - or smartwatch - service to customers.
Security Checkup was designed to walk users through all the security tools available to them, one by one, while asking them which ones they would like on or off.
Google has developed a miniature neural network so that its Translate app can do live translations without being connected to the internet.
Customers who lease their smartphones wait longer for support, have more issues and are less satisfied overall, says J.D. Power. T-Mobile benefits.
3D printing giant Stratasys cut its third quarter outlook, pulled guidance for 2015 and said the market is transitioning to slower growth. Blame extra capacity, Asia and perhaps a pause before HP's 2016 debut.
Autopilot wants to "fill the void between basic email software and complex marketing software designed for the tech elite."
With Windows 10 readily available, it's a good time to look at a new 10.4-inch fully ruggedized tablet for field work. The Gladius tablet can take rough handling in the field or warehouse.
Marketing people are just muddying the waters by misappropriating the 'data scientist' job title, according to former CERN physicist Dr Paul Schaack.
Nokia's shares rose eight percent on Thursday after reporting a better than expected second quarter.
Are you seeking a new laptop, hybrid or tablet on which to run Windows 10? We asked the leading PC vendors to identify suitable products in a number of categories.
Sri Lanka has struck a deal with Google to deliver universal internet access right across the island nation.
Chinese internet giant says the investment will be used to expand its global presence, including new data centers in Singapore and Japan, as well as boost its partner network and cloud capabilities.
The vulnerability affects every DNS server online which uses the popular BIND protocol software.
Can the president's executive order prompt the development of computer systems capable of running at 1 exaflops?
Taxi-booking service Uber has once again come under fire, with British trade union GMB seeking improved pay and working conditions for drivers.
NRMA recently partnered up with Mimecast -- which has opened up two local datacentres and a Sydney office -- to address the frequent email attacks it was unable to filter.