Microsoft is in the home stretch with Windows 10. Yet another new test build for PCs, Build 10162, is available to Fast Ring testers.
On the heels of a major coup in the DARPA Robotics Challenge, Open Source Robotics Foundation CEO Brian Gerkey talks humanoid disaster robots, drones, and the open source future of the flourishing robotics industry.
James is Intel's highest ranking female executive. She will stay with Intel until January to help with the transition.
David Gewirtz nearly gave up trying to find a comprehensive, powerful, fast and flexible media tool to manage his hundreds of thousands of images. And then, eureka!
The open-source community is bringing another mobile browser choice to Android in the form of Gello: A Chromium browser without the Google bits.
Wondering whether Windows 10 Home, Pro, Enterprise or Education will have all the bells and whistles you want and need? Here's Microsoft's feature comparison chart detailing how each edition stacks up.
Vendors of business analytics tools are keen to widen the appeal of their products, and TIBCO is no exception with its latest Spotfire release. Top of a long list of enhancements is a best-practice Recommendations...
Windows 10 Enterprise and Education will be available starting August 1. Starting July 29, those who want Windows 10 under the first-year-free deal will get the OS in waves.
A tiny device provides an extra layer of defense which can keep the online activities of journalists, activists and criminals hidden.
A selection of productivity-boosting MacBook Pro accessories for those who have to get work done when out and about.
The Ubuntu version of the Intel Compute Stick will be released next week but comes with significantly less memory and storage than the Windows version.