The company has doubled its research headcount and creates new partnerships with academic institutions
News this week in iOS saw the release of iOS 8.4, word that Apple is giving better battery warranties, and that iPhone owners are more loyal than Samsung phone owners.
Along with throwing out ActiveX, VBScript, and IE8 quirks mode, Microsoft has decided that Silverlight has no place in its upcoming Edge browser.
The initial launch of Apple Music has skipped the Chinese mainland, but in future faces stiff competition from local music-streaming services Tencent and Baidu, which shoulder high-cost royalties in order to provide low-cost services to consumers.
iiNet will provide cloud services to three agencies of the government of South Australia on a consumption-based pricing model, the company has announced.
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.
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.