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The San Jose, Calif.-based company produces CMOS-based programmable logic devices and related development software.
Google and Johnson & Johnson will be collaborating on the development of surgical robots intended for assistance in operating rooms.
Jacob resigned in wake of re-org after retailer's massive breach
Slack has become somewhat of a tech startup darling in the race to revolutionize email (again) since launching a few years back.
Windows is the number one desktop operating system by a wide margin, but you might be surprised at number two and three.
Stroop Test is a test of a users mental speed. A series of runs will be presented to test the users response rate in identifying the...
Workplace training and education have often been sedentary practices, practically chaining would-be students to their desks as videos and quizzes go on and on.
SEC Chair Mary Jo White posited the new rules provide entrepreneurs with a more "workable path" in raising money and attracting investors.
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We're adding a few writers to our ZDNet lineup beginning April 1 and expanding our coverage into the intersection of robotics and business.
The floodgates are now open for UK users to sue Google over privacy violations caused by tracking cookies.
You can order the latest Android flagships today. Matthew Miller was leaning toward the Galaxy S6 Edge, but then he took a closer look at his options.
Windows 10 is on the horizon with improved desktop and touch operation, and these 2-in-1 systems are ready to take advantage of it as both laptops and tablets.
A zero-day vulnerability affecting popular hotel Internet gateways has been discovered and closed.
Third-party apps that support Apple Watch have started to arrive in Apple's App Store.
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending March 26, 2015. Covers enterprise, controversies, application and mobile security, malware, reports and more.
The UK government is bringing together 50 university students to tackle cybersecurity issues.
BlackBerry's turnaround remains a work in progress, but the company has more than enough capital to see it through. The company does need to stabilize revenue.
Could drafting in specialist training prevent company employees from falling for phishing campaigns?
Microsoft is rolling out new features backup and recovery features for enterprise customers with virtualised IT infrastructure across private and public clouds.
Oracle, VCE and Cisco dominated the standards as integrated system sales surged in the fourth quarter and 2014.
Europe's competition commissioner is launching an inquiry into what's keeping Europeans from buying goods and services online from vendors in European countries outside of their homeland.