The Office of Personnel Management has announced that its web-based security background system will be out of service for at least four weeks.
With Classroom, teachers can integrate Google Drive, Docs, and Gmail services for assigning and collecting work online, as well as to communicate more easily with students in and out of the classroom.
Only one small party is likely to vote against a law that can require the removal of online content intended to cause harm.
With a $100M investment fund and the opening up of cloud service APIs and an SDK, Alexa and the Echo could become the brains of your home automation and IoT network.
Samsung surprisingly took 7 percent of the sub-$100 handset market in India but it still has work to do. More handset models and attracting developers are the strategy.
A small fire in a Belfast data center was enough to cause big disruption.
In the current world of continuous development, determining when it's safe to deploy a new version of Windows can be tricky. Ed Bott shares some Windows 10 migration advice.
DisplayMate provides a detailed comparison of the sapphire crystal and Ion-X displays on the Apple Watch. Results indicate some concern over the amount of reflected ambient light.
Oracle's latest cloud offers services you would expect from an e-commerce tool, such as a storefront builder, a recommendations engine, and tools for promotions, reporting and payments.
Google had hoped the U.S. Supreme Court would appeal its $1 billion case with Oracle over copyrighted Java code. No such luck.
Tuesday is Apple Music launch day but Apple won't be resting. The company is looking to boost online music storage capacity and bring its tunes to Sonos systems.