A tour of how the iPhone has changed over the years, starting with the first-generation iPhone released back in 2007.
Microsoft's latest 'Redstone' Windows 10 test build for PCs, Build 14257, continues to lay the groundwork for coming new features.
At the enterprise level IAM and SAML mitigate the password problem. Out on the civilian Internet our best attempts, mainly OAuth and OpenID, have fallen short. Passwords are a problem that will be with us for a long time.
Aimed at business users, Vaio has unveiled its first Windows Phone 10 device that borrows from Vaio's line of laptops.
The search giant is giving free high-speed Internet to thousands of people who can't afford it.
Stepping up its drive to stamp out the distribution of bad ads through its own ad business, Google will now use Safe Browsing tech to block shady ads across the entire web.
The market leader in self-service data discovery and visualisation, Tableau 9.2 continues to improve and delight with plenty of enhancements to help keep the competition at bay.
It's still difficult to see how effective the plans to extend internet surveillance and crack down on encryption will really be.
Asia-Pacific is forecast to spend US$689 billion on tech goods and services this year, led by China which has surpassed Japan to become the region's biggest tech spender.
Over the next five years, computer scientists at several prestigious research institutions hope to unlock the secrets of human learning.
A new report from IBISWorld looks at the state of 3D printing. What do falling prices mean for hardware startups and innovators?
A hardware system failure brought down many IRS.gov features and nixed the plans of anyone e-filing. The IRS is assessing the situation.
Microsoft has taken its messaging platform for connected things out of public preview.
Born out of an economic slump, the surge in tech startups in Portugal is being driven by its capital, Lisbon.
Geoffrey Moore created a tech marketing sensation with his book "Crossing the Chasm" in 1991 — he has a new book "Zone to Win — Organizing to Compete in an Age of Disruption."
Troubled Japanese tech giant Sharp has chosen Foxconn Technology Group's rescue plan over a local fund in a deal worth over 600 billion yen ($5 billion), Japanese media is reporting.
Under the newly signed TPP, ISPs will be forced to give up infringer details, government procurement barriers will be lowered, and cheaper global roaming rates will be encouraged.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has said that he will leave the Ecuadorian embassy if the verdict of a UN investigation goes against him.
The European Central Bank is planning to allow customers to link their mobile number or email address to their bank accounts to reduce complications related to payment transfers.