T-Mobile hinted last year that its one number, multiple device solution would make AT&T NumberSync look small. After testing out T-Mobile DIGITS, I'm a believer.
The disappearing headphone jack seems to have had little impact on US iPhone sales, says research company.
My pockets are always crammed with bits of kit. Here are just a few of the things that I carry around with me on a day-to-day basis. Updated with reader suggestions.
Is the cloud about to shed its reputation for decreasing enterprise security - and will instead enhance it?
Those of us who have been waiting for the release of the Pebble Core and Pebble Time 2 products we backed on Kickstarter will instead be getting full refunds as Pebble halts all hardware production following the acquisition by Fitbit.
This policy describes measures for preventing workplace violence and outlines the steps your company and staff should take if violence does occur. The download includes a PDF version, along with a Word...
Dell EMC's VxRack system has moved to PowerEdge servers in a move designed to highlight the coordination between Dell Technologies portfolio companies.
Fitbit has a growing enterprise unit that revolves around corporate wellness programs. And Pebble's developers will come in handy to create custom third party apps for those enterprise efforts.
Apple reassures users that the iPhone is safe despite a handful of reports of fires in China.
At the Smart Cities Summit in Boston, ZDNet spoke with Micah Kotch, who runs an IoT startup accelerator, about the most interesting startups he's seeing in the smart cities movement.
Project could allow larger and more complex deep learning workloads on supercomputers.
A Norwegian virtual fencing system uses a controversial combination of technologies to keep livestock from straying.
Workers spend a quarter of their day dealing with email, making it the second most time consuming activity in their jobs. A new app aims to streamline our inboxes.
Latvian company OnlyOffice wants to create the Swiss watch of office suites and convince people there are valid choices beyond the big brands.
The USPS fleet in the field could be enabled with sensors that serve as the eyes and ears of smart cities to improve services. But hurdles abound.
You don't need to spend a fortune on expensive technology to make this holiday season special.
Consumers are initially drawn to shiny new wearable devices, but a good portion abandon them after they get bored of them, a study by Gartner has found.
The state's Office of the Auditor General has made six recommendations to prevent the threat of malware after investigating six West Australian government agencies.