So far, the retail giant hasn't had much traction in China, where it's going up against competitors like Alibaba and JD.com.
Craig Federighi discusses the thinking behind the Touch Bar, describes the challenges of adding Touch ID - and reveals that Apple had built several touchscreen prototypes.
It has an enviable track record in fitness bands and power banks, but Xiaomi's hardware play may just prove to be too distracting in an environment where domestic sales have tanked by 38 percent.
Watson is IBM's big bet on AI, and healthcare is a prime domain for present and future applications. We take an inside look at Watson, why and how it can benefit healthcare, and what kind of data is used by whom in this process.
This week's headlines: Russia suffers an embarrassing Wikileaks-style hack. Also: Just how "revolutionary" is Apple's new Touch Bar? An artist describes his week with the new Surface Studio, and some tidbits from the next big Windows 10 update.
When it comes to social performance ranking and scoring, Amazon and Ebay generated the highest social visibility scores for their online audience.
Mozilla is overhauling its Gecko-based web engine so that it's better at handling the dynamic features of modern websites.
vSpace Pro addresses the pain points of complex and costly hypervisor-based VDI with a much simpler yet still effective alternative that shares desktops on just one Windows OS.
Although it has many of the right qualities for startups to thrive, Austria's profile as a place that fosters tech entrepreneurship remains low.
The Internet Archive in San Francisco celebrates 20 years. Here's a quick introduction to some of the people that created a global treasure...