As BlackBerry confirms that it will no longer make devices, we take a look back at the rise and fall of a smartphone giant.
The IBM Foundation has teamed with teachers and the American Federation of Teachers union to create an AI-based lesson plan tool called Teacher Advisor.
Digital rights group EFF has launched a campaign to get HP to reverse its new technical block on non-HP and refilled ink cartridges.
The funds will support SAP's creation of IoT development labs around the world and the launch of a new product line, dubbed SAP IoT.
After learning to live with the struggles of the first Apple Watch for far too long, the Apple Watch Series 2 puts Apple's wearable ambitions on track.
Up to 700,000 premises within Optus' HFC footprint or previously slated to receive FttN will instead receive high-speed broadband under NBN's FttDP network technology.
With billionaire Elon Musk at the helm, SpaceX has ambitious plans to colonize the Red Planet in the next decade. Interested? The 80 day trip should only cost about $200,000, according to Musk.
Last week, I warned users to be skeptical of the new macOS Sierra storage features. Prominent blogger Josh Marshall of Talking Points Memo gave an object lesson in a post describing the disappearance of all his home Mac Desktop and Documents folders thanks to a bug. Here's what happened.