another blow to security research
Partners Group will support the software provider's existing management team as part of the £1 billion deal, which comes four years after it was acquired by OMERS Private Equity for £390 million.
A 39-year-old senior constable is due to appear in court on August 14 on charges of computer hacking and unauthorised use of information.
iRobot's chief executive said mapping data from its Roomba could be sold to Apple, Amazon, or Google in the coming years.
The next long-term support version of Ubuntu desktop Linux will include default programs chosen by users.
Despite two large cyber attacks making headlines in the first six months of 2017, the security firm is still finding cybersecurity responsibility lies solely with the underfunded IT team.
As Facebook attempts to grow the ecosystem of video content on its platform, it's offering more tools and protections for content creators.
The record-breaking, $2.7 billion antitrust fine imposed on Google took a major chunk out of Alphabet's earnings.
IBM's cognitive computing platform is expanding in the country as large organizations showcase the technology.
This 4-course bundle deep dives into deep learning and artificial intelligence.
Pichai joins Alphabet's board as its thirteenth member, giving its Google unit another voice.
The well-known fact-checking site claims it's being held hostage by an outside vendor. But under the surface, there's a fight between contending ownership groups.
Automation has already started to reshape every company's workforce -- including yours.
The fourth preview will be the last before a wider launch by Google later this summer.
According to a recent survey, the younger generation prefer working from the office to remote working, unlike baby boomers, who would rather work from home.
Samsung's Active version of the Galaxy S8 is said to feature a flat 5.8-inch display, Bixby button, and Android O.
While the glory days of double-digit growth may forever be over, creating new opportunities in digital will be the only way toward a more robust future.
The ability to create virtual clones that appear to think and talk like the real thing is very much real, as it has been done for Elon Musk and Barack Obama. We discuss techniques and potential with the people behind them.
Microsoft is looking to make its Blockchain-as-a-Service offering easier to use in real-world scenarios by enterprises with a new framework.