Only the 5G versions of the Galaxy Note 10 devices are currently being sold in South Korea.
It is the company's first major integration of its software and technology into a national public health program globally.
Revenue flat for the full year, while EBITDA declined 3%, and net profit fell 44%.
In a bid to make it easier for companies to adopt a hybrid approach to their workloads.
For the first time, AWS will run its Educate for Veterans cloud-learning program outside of the United States.
The company underwent a three-day cloud transition to Microsoft Azure, aimed at cutting costs and preparing for future transformation with a vision to include machine learning and the Internet of Things.
Neutrino botnet is hijacking servers by taking over other hackers' PHP and Java web shells.
Pure Storage delivered a mixed bag of earnings news as it becomes the latest storage vendor to hit turbulence.
The company announced the deal along with its second quarter financial results, which topped estimates.
If I could create my dream phone, this is what it would include.
A new open-source library by Nvidia could be the secret ingredient to advancing analytics and making graph databases faster. The key: parallel processing on Nvidia GPUs.
Dell's dedicated laptop for open-source programmers sees a new release featuring Intel's hot new laptop CPU: Comet Lake.
Silicon Valley startup Cerebras Systems on Monday unveiled the world's largest chip, designed especially for AI. Cerebras CEO and co-founder Andrew Feldman talks with ZDNet about some of the implications for training of deep learning networks.
Some Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2 users find updates blocked because the anti-virus maker can't manage to make basic coding tweaks in timely fashion.
It's rare that we're surprised by a product. Over-the-top hype in a superheated market is usually just that, hype. But Hotspot Shield actually lived up to the hype. Our independent performance tests confirmed the company's claims.
For more than a decade, Microsoft’s browser developers have been wandering in the wilderness. Will the move to an open-source engine and a renewed focus on privacy finally bring Edge into the mainstream?