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Marking the end of a seven-year migration to the Amazon Web Services cloud, Netflix has shuttered the last datacenter for its video-streaming business.
US intelligence chief says the Internet of Things will create new opportunities for surveillance and hacking.
Getting a document notarized can be done through the newly launched Notarize app on the iPhone. It virtually brings the notary to you to electronically verify your signing of the official document.
Co-founder and COO of parent company Viant tells ZDNet: "The goal isn't to show ads on Myspace. It's leveraging the data on the open web."
Want to move to Linux, but there's this one application that's keeping you stuck on Windows? CodeWeaver's CrossOver Linux may be exactly what you need.
A corporate merger, like a marriage, can yield a whole stronger than its parts -- or it can end in utter disaster. In ZDNet's ramp up to Valentine's Day 2016, we countdown the worst corporate romances in IT history.
With Microsoft's Azure Stack, you can have your own on-premise version of Azure. In use it's very like its public-cloud counterpart, but your IT team will have plenty of setup work to do.
ASICS buys the company behind Runkeeper in a move that rhymes with recent purchases from Under Armour and Adidas.
Innovation means opportunity, but also uncertainty. Alec Ross, former innovation adviser to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, shares his advice for parents of tomorrow's tech leaders.
In the days of communism, many Romanian and Bulgarian children, who now are among the countries' leading technologists, learned to code on replicas of Apple II and ZX Spectrum machines.
Apple is facing a class action suit over 'Error 53', which renders iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus devices unusable after Touch ID is replaced by an unapproved repair shop.