IT is moving to the cloud. And, what powers the cloud? Linux. When even Microsoft's Azure has embraced Linux, you know things have changed.
The chipmaker said it tried to reach an agreement with Meizu that was consistent with the terms it reached with the Chinese government over its licensing practices.
Indian company Ringing Bells is ready to start shipping a $4 smartphone - but how much smartphone can you buy for $4?
Microsoft is planning to end production of its Atom-based Surface 3 tablets in December 2016. Will there be more devices coming in the Surface line this year or next? There's no official word.
There's a sense that the FAA is afraid to take necessary risks when it comes to commercial UAV.
Use of 360 devices will be standard for all of the agency's photographers covering the sporting events
Opinion: Chromebooks might not be a perfect platform for everyone, but they're a near-perfect solution for business and BYOD.
With the Windows 10 Anniversary Update nearly ready, Microsoft this week announced a seemingly minor change to its activation process. Under the new rules, it should be easier to reactivate Windows on a PC after major hardware changes. But is there more to the story?
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.