AWS' move could lead to a lot more enterprise applications powered by the same artificial intelligence technology used by Amazon's Alexa.
At its annual developer conference, Facebook showcased its breakthroughs in connectivity, AI research, and loftier ambitions of brain-powered communication.
Do you want a no-expenses spared Linux desktop? Then check out the new Dell Precision 5720.
Facebook's Building 8 group highlighted two moonshot research projects that would enable you to communicate from your brain directly to text via a "silent speech interface."
A phone that promised more focus and less distraction just ended its Kickstarter campaign, but it only raised a small fraction of its goal. The crowdfunding failure shows our complex relationship with smartphones that poorly filter updates.
Web forums and some more standard communications services are being used by online criminals to organize their activities.
Sexual harassment continues to be a problem in the workplace. C-level executives need to take an active role to address it and to facilitate a safe environment for all.
The 10,000-person study aims to explore why people who are generally healthy become sick.
Microsoft has released two new Windows 10 test builds -- 16179 for PCs and 15205 for phones. Both are still more about fixes than brand-new features.
Samsung's latest Galaxy Books run on Windows 10 and feature designs that rhyme with Microsoft's Surface Pro. The field is getting crowded as HP, Dell, Lenovo, and others update Surface-like devices faster than Microsoft.
Matt Miller, vice president of digital payments and labs at Mastercard, outlines the company's approach to bot development, landing talent and development. Miller also talks about the intersection of artificial intelligence, apps and bots as well as future bets.
Task Manager's list of running processes is a useful tool all on its own. But you can tweak its display to add extra information, including the full path of the command that started each running process.
The days of Apple being able to push hardware out of the door with crazy price tags on it are at an end, and that makes the $1,000+ iPhone a massive gamble. Will it pay off, or will it be a flop?
Million (and sometimes billion) dollar decisions are made based on the best analysis of incomplete data. If you'd like some inside baseball on how researchers come up with some of their insights, here's a quick view into the insanely profitable business of in-app Android game sales.
Microsoft's Project Cheshire, the successor to its Wunderlist to-do app, is now in public preview for users on a variety of devices.
Microsoft is rolling out more of its Cognitive Services programming interfaces, which provide developers with a way to add face recognition, computer vision and more to their apps and services.
Data Amp, Microsoft's new online data platform event, the company is announcing Python in the next version of SQL Server, GA of Azure Analysis Services, Cortana Intelligence Suite solution templates and new cognitive services.
Google's new Earth adds video and storytelling to encourage users to explore new parts of the world.