The Chrome 51 browser has security fixes for numerous bugs and also introduces a new feature to streamline the login process for regularly used sites.
We continue our week long series on Amazon innovation with a look at the service that changed the face of IT. Where once on-premise computing was the way to go, Amazon Web Services opened the door to scalable, on-demand, metered services.
Is Google finally making a move on Brillo, its Android-based operating system for IoT devices?
Listening to cloud vendors, you'd think it isn't possible for enterprise data center storage to compete on cost. That's just wrong. Here are four companies that offer lower-cost alternatives to the big cloud services.
The PC hybrid is currently the only end-user business platform that is equipped to deal with next-generation cloud computing environments in dynamic mobile computing scenarios.
The introduction of a new distributed random number generator should enhance the Tor network's security.
Don't believe what you see in the movies -- AI isn't going to replace humans, but it will mean some big changes in the workplace.
Google has rolled out a free version of its Data Studio 360, the data visualization toolset for building reports and charts from multiple data sources.
As part of its drive to cut 12,000 positions worldwide, Intel is closing some of it operations in Romania, with job loses for some Android and IoT developers.