Devices featuring Amazon's Alexa intelligent voice-controlled assistant are likely to be popular gifts over the holidays, but picking the right device can be a bit of a minefield.
This wi-fi-based camera system can withstand the rain, delivers HD video from two AA batteries for two years, and keeps you updated via a smartphone app.
Brian Alvey is the creator of the app 'Clipisode'. He and Tonya talk about how artists break through the noise to promote their music.
Microsoft is rolling out a preview of its promised Q# language, compiler, and simulator to help developers get an early look at how quantum computing works.
Personal information stored on infotainment systems of hire cars can linger long after the rental is over. So who is responsible for making sure it is wiped?
'Screenwise' provides advice on guiding kids through the digital world, while 'Worried About the Wrong Things' urges more focus on the opportunities available to children online.
For $149.99, SleepScore Labs' SleepScore Max is an interesting device and app to track your sleep better, but the real value may be derived from the data and analytics on the back end.
With the seven year-old company completing its shift to AWS, it is able to continue tackling the Australian telecommunications and energy sectors.
Samsung is more than doubling its semiconductor fab investment next year. Besides a welcome increase in supply - and a drop in prices - it also is an attempt to dominate, perhaps even monopolize, the critical DRAM and NAND flash markets. How will this play out?
The US online retailer finally introduces Amazon Prime in Singapore but the launch has been described as "piecemeal", which should give Alibaba even more room to expand its own footprint in the region.