US government may no longer have unique oversight of the internet's naming system, but ICANN remains bound by Californian laws, says official, who adds that checks are in place to mitigate any risk "of a government or third-party capture".
Microsoft's LinkedIn is making changes to the design of its desktop app that it hopes will increase usability and user engagement.
While there's no doubt that the iPhone is the king of smartphones, there are plenty of areas where Apple is lagging behind the competition. The iPhone 8 could change all that.
In an inside look at the Ubuntu founder and space pioneer, TechRepublic shows what Mark Shuttleworth has learned about innovation, cybersecurity, the future of tech, and planet Earth.
Apiary provides a front-end platform for designing, creating, and governing APIs.
Tech-assisted gaslighting is destroying truth, justice, and the American way. Can anything be done?
If you build and maintain Windows 7 PCs, you've probably experienced marathon installs involving hundreds of updates. Ed Bott offers a better, more efficient route to handling the process.
Attacks on the US presidential election might just be the beginning; expect more hacking and leaking this year across the globe.
Major public cloud vendors are expanding beyond their first European locations, offering flexibility, choice and compliance to technology leaders.
Galaxy S7 and S7 edge owners can expect to receive Android 7.0 Nougat this week.