Microsoft has released Build 14915, its latest Windows 10 'Redstone 2' test build to PC and phone testers.
The improvements follow a probe from the NHTSA and two high-profile crashes.
Everyone has unzipped files via an algorithm called Deflate that has been used for data compression for 20 years. Now Facebook says it has something better called Zstandard.
The service, currently cheaper than Uber and Lyft, is in testing and won't be taxi-like, but it aims to carpool commuters together. Could this pave the way for driverless car transportation in the future?
The tablet market is declining faster than ever, but IDC's researchers predict a rebound by 2020. Unfortunately, this is based on the growing market for Windows detachables and 2-in-1s that are usually purchased as PCs rather than tablets.
Some financial institutions have yet to plug security holes despite facing a sustained threat from online hackers.
In May, Tech Pro Research conducted an online survey to find out what cybersecurity threats scare companies the most. Overall, respondents seemed more concerned about run-of-the-mill security breaches...
Genesys and Interactive Intelligence Group make cloud-based software and other communication products for call centers.
Acer has released a slew of new hardware ahead of next week's IFA trade show in Berlin.
A new collaboration between DeepMind and the UK's National Health Service hopes to cut radiotherapy planning times from four hours to just one.
Acer has launched the new Chromebook R 13 and the Windows 10-powered Swift and Spin notebooks with Intel's new seventh-generation processors.