Lenovo took its lumps in its fiscal third quarter, but got the mobile business to break even and made strides on servers. Lenovo held its PC lead.
Europe's cybersecurity agency details the biggest threats.
Windows Phone is dead, and there's no reason for fans to stick with the platform. It's time to think about abandoning ship.
It seems the BlackBerry Priv I tested in November had hardware issues. A new device from T-Mobile and software updates radically altered my view on BlackBerry's first Android smartphone.
Eight separate research projects into autonomous vehicles will receive financial support from the UK government, including one which aims to make autonomous cars drive more like humans.
The e-commerce giant confirmed it would not fix the flaw, which could allow an attacker to remotely run code in a user's browser.
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.
Microsoft appears to be preparing a new note-taking and doodling app that is designed to work with devices that support a stylus.
Linux Mint 17.3 is the best Linux desktop operating system and it might be the best PC operating system, period, for you.
You might be amazed at how accessible hacking tools have become. Your site can be p0wn3d and an entire library of hacking tools downloaded and installed in just a few short minutes. Read this article and be prepared.
More people will have mobile phones than electricity, running water and cars by 2020.
Don't mess with this company's intellectual property. The Onewheel mobility device is legally one of a kind.
As Samsung gears up to roll out the version to its 2015 flagships, Android Marshmallow creeps past one percent adoption.
At speeds of up to 10Gbps, the fibre broadband service will be the fastest currently available to households in Singapore and priced at S$189 a month.
Microsoft plans to integrate predictive technology with its own Word Flow software and other products.
Malwarebytes says it will take about a month to deploy a patch to fix vulnerabilities found by Google's Project Zero bug hunters.
Animal rights activists may not be thrilled, but training group believes eagles are well-suited to drone capture.
Asia-Pacific chalked up US$7 billion in public cloud services expenditure last year, led by the discrete manufacturing industry, and is expected to reach US$15 billion by 2019.
The decision is 'conducive' for the growth and survival of startups in the country, according to the governor of the Reserve Bank of India.