Apple is preparing to re-energize the Mac, and it has a surprising new ally in IBM. But Microsoft has a trick up its sleeve this week, too.
The GoTouch device turns any TV or projector into a giant interactive whiteboard in about a minute.
To make matters worse, there is no fix.
US airports may soon have AI-powered body scanners, from a firm backed by Bill Gates, which don't do a virtual strip search.
Office 2013 can now also put a stop to users opening documents containing nasty VBA macros.
Movie scene: a team of people are scanning hours of video to find somebody. Possible match, but the video is grainy and badly lit. "Enhance!" "Enhance again!" And bam! There's the face. Phony? Not any more. Here's how.
Microsoft's stunning posable desktop poses no immediate threat to Apple's mainstay desktop, but the expandng Surface family is starting to circle Apple's wagons at the high end.
The social media platform may now have 317 million active users, but this doesn't translate into a healthy bank balance.
Qualcomm's purchase of NXP is about scaling into the Internet of things and connected auto market. As a result, Qualcomm reduces its exposure to a saturated smartphone market.
A researcher has demonstrated a way for attackers to hijack drones in the air without damaging them.