From the tech giants that let fake news run amok, to the ridesharing company that had an Uber-bad run, these were the year's most notable disappointments.
From the iPhone X and Alexa, to cybersecurity, AI and the future of Windows, ZDNet's Larry Dignan and TechRepublic's Jason Hiner explore the key developments to impact the business of technology this year.
With the seven year-old company completing its shift to AWS, it is able to continue tackling the Australian telecommunications and energy sectors.
After six order cancellations, I finally have a Pixel 2XL in hand. The Honor 7X is in hand, Essential continues to update its phone, and Kevin found some useful apps.
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.
Digital health guru John Nosta tells us how doctors, medical professionals, and even companies like Facebook are using AI, machine learning, and big data to improve diagnoses, recommend treatments, and detect mental health issues like depression and suicide.
The way in which the latest Intel and AMD server CPUs have been assimilated shows how the server market is becoming more complex.