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The winners in today's technology-driven economy are willing to take more risks, and are ready and willing to employ technology in new ways to bring them closer to their customers.
Apple's new iPhone X has a high level of dust and water resistance, but it is still made of glass panels and the Apple warranty doesn't even cover water damage. LifeProof has three case options to enhance your level of protection.
"There is no need for a novelty 2FA if it doesn't actually serve a purpose."
The company is emailing 677,775 users who either followed, retweeted or liked a tweet from the more than 50,000 Russia-linked election bots.
Business is booming for manufacturers of autonomous platforms that shuttle parts and merchandise around warehouses.
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Amazon's Alexa app can now do more than just control your Echo. An iOS app update is also planned.
Apple confirms a few dozen people joined from Silicon Valley Data Science, but didn't acquire it.
The Chuwi SurBook Mini packs a performance punch for its compact size -- and is a joy to use.
Some robots are designed to be cute and approachable. This is not that gallery.
The City of Light is cutting through a long tradition of government bureaucracy to make it easy for global companies to launch in France. Steve Ranger went inside the phenomenon.
The Internet of Things explained: What the IoT is, and where it's going next.
Both the House and Senate reauthorized the controversial surveillance powers, without any meaningful debate, amendments, or privacy reforms.
Amazon is taking Alexa to the office and here's why the digital assistant will be able to scale via developers, consumerization and the sheer scale of AWS.
The company put a hold on payments through its site after fraud reports emerged.
The cloud computing infrastructure arms race is accelerating again.
Malware can steal passwords, bitcoin wallets, software keys, as well as carry out DDoS attacks and more -- and a campaign distributing it is targeting telecommunications, insurance, and financial services.