Google wants more hardware manufacturing heft, but it's unclear whether HTC will be the magic potion the search giant is looking for.
Google's Project Fi Wi-Fi carrier service gets its first Android One handset courtesy of Motorola.
Engineers from the University of Glasgow have uncovered a new form of high-resolution image printing that could be used for data storage and digital imaging, in particular for anti-counterfeiting measures in banknotes.
NBN will use its new Tech Lab to collate and learn from both customer experience surveys and current fault-reporting data using open-source machine-learning and big data software.
With less than year before the EU data privacy law kicks in, data management vendors such as Veritas can expand their Asia-Pacific customer base with tools and services to help firms ensure compliance.
The chief trust officer of Unisys explains what business leaders and technologists need to know about next-generation network security practices. Read carefully to protect your organization.
Will security legislation create a safer IoT environment or will it just be a burden on device manufacturers and consumers? Here's a look at the pros and cons.
Microsoft is rolling out new secure enclave technology for protecting data in use.
Google's top-of-the-line Chromebook Pixel is coming back with a new name and better specifications.
Dell EMC, Microsoft, and General Dynamics have landed a $1 billion five-year, cloud-hosted enterprise services contract from the USAF.
The reviews are in, and Apple has some work to do before its latest smartwatch can live up to its promise.