Android Oreo ditches 'Allow unknown sources' installs and instead introduces per-app permissions.
Researchers are using IBM's World Community Grid, which provides huge amounts of free, crowd-sourced computing power, to learn how bacteria may contribute to autoimmune diseases.
Featuring unlocked Intel processors, overclocked graphics cards, and easy access to swap out RAM and storage, the new notebook is being marketed to competitive gamers.
Welcome to the third of seven NAS stress tests, where we brutalize NAS devices to failure and then attempt to see if they can be recovered. This week, we dig into the QNAP TVS-473, the only RAID we tested with a built-in HDMI media center output. It's quite impressive, but Mac users might not like it.
Salesforce delivered a strong second quarter, a run rate topping $10 billion and big plans to double sales again. Here's a look at the moving parts.
It may not be able to create simple office documents today, but Echo Show's graceful overlay of visuals and touch on a fast-growing developer ecosystem is making it a more consumer-friendly device than the PC has ever been.
Gatwick's popular Community App provides vital information to thousands of people working for hundreds of different companies at London's second-biggest airport. It's being taken up by many other airports and could also work well for other diverse "mini-cities" such as universities, malls and technology parks.
Forget wireless charging and hyped up features such as AR. Here's what the next iPhone needs to stay ahead of the competition.