Do you like dino skulls? Of course you do. We have a T-Rex skull, a 300,000 year old hominid jaw, 3D printed mountain ranges, and some Arduino tools to show off along with CR-10 and MOD-t 3D printers. This is gonna be awesome!
The latest version of Microsoft's open-source .NET Core platform will be available soon across Red Hat's Linux and open hybrid cloud offerings.
Microsoft is halting work on its GigJam collaboration service in September, two years after its initial launch and before it ever exited preview.
As cloud approaches its second decade in enterprises, IT managers find it to be an ideal backup environment, two new surveys confirm.
A quantum-circuit refrigerator is bringing real-world quantum computing a step closer.
The aim with the AR experiment is to create an immersive dual-screen experience that brings shoppers closer to the network and the brands that sell within it.
Is Everything as a Service the future of business? Tech Pro Research is conducting a survey to find out what services companies are already using, and what they're planning to adopt.
Google Enterprise offers enterprise mobility management and supports Microsoft Active Directory. The aim is to put more Chromebooks in companies.
Unbeknown to the app developers, an advertising software kit contained code for stealing data from their products' users.
With six in 10 transactions still involving cash and cheques, Singapore lags behind other cities in e-payments, says Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, who urges need for country to keep pace.
Ahead of the Galaxy Note 8 reveal on August 23, here's a round up of images that could give us a good glimpse of Samsung's next massive smartphone.