When introduced at this year's WWDC, APFS - Apple's new file system - was positioned as a platform for the next 30 years. Despite its many improvements over HFS+, APFS lacks two important features to future-proof it for serious business use.
Technology firms operating in the UK identify the biggest challenges facing the IT industry following the British public's decision to leave the EU.
A look at some of the companies and cars paving the way for an autononomous vehicle revolution.
David Gewirtz continues his ongoing Broadband Studio series with a tour of the new studio setup for webcast and podcast production.
The cloud communications platform vendor raised a load of cash, but its prospectus document outlines both rapid growth and significant risks.
Two-factor authentication is no longer an optional feature. If you use modern cloud services, this extra layer of security can dramatically reduce the risk of a hostile takeover. Here's how to get started.
Determining whether an investment in virtual technology is paying off requires a different approach than evaluating physical assets. Here's a framework for assessing value, cost, and impact.
Apple calls time on its Thunderbolt display, and tells people who want one to grab one soon, or go check out the many third-party options available.
BlackBerry's Radar could be compelling evidence that the company can use its mobile, embedded systems and security knowhow to grow in new industries.
The final day of the piracy site blocking hearing involved arguments from the ISPs about costs, workarounds, and who should host landing pages.
Economic Development Board of Singapore and Luxembourg-based SES Global ink agreement to jointly develop satellite technologies, including components for Internet of Things deployment.