From Alexa Skills Blueprints to AWS to Prime, Larry Dignan and Bill Detwiler make the case for Amazon as the most innovative tech company on the planet. (Analysis and news roundup.)
At RSA 2018, Katie Lewin, Federal Director at Cloud Security Alliance talks to Jason Hiner about why the cloud is tailor-made for the massive and intermittent IT projects of the US government.
After a modest first day of trading, Pivotal's CFO says the company is thinking longterm.
Incident response research from Big Blue offers surprising results, as hacks get more serious but defenders improve their tools and training. IBM's Wendi Whitmore explains.
Amazon opened up its Alexa platform so that anyone can create a custom Alexa skill. Skills are little Alexa apps that provide Amazon's assistant with additional features. Now, you can make your own skill, and you don't need to be an app developer to do so.
Tim O'Reilly discusses Facebook's current state of affairs vis-a-vis Cambridge Analytica and privacy.
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While we like to have expansive views of content, monitors place major restrictions on how fluidly we can work. But a range of emerging options could bring us closer to seamless computing anywhere.
The sixth-generation iPad is everything you could want in a tablet, for a fraction of the price.
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Normally $150, this compact, network-friendly printer can run on inexpensive toner to boot.