This week we will learn all about Samsung's latest S10 lineup, but it announced a couple of things last week. We also have a new wearable to test and Kevin continues to find the best in Chrome OS.
Hacker is selling 93 million user records from eight companies, including GfyCat.
Perhaps it doesn't happen often, but some Apple Geniuses go out of their way to help. Even flouting the rules, it seems.
After months of negotiations, Axiata Group has accepted a buyout offer from the Singapore telco's investors Keppel Corp and Singapore Press Holdings, divesting its 28.7 percent stake and investment in Singapore for an estimated gain of US$31.02 million.
Google changes stance on upcoming Chrome Manifest V3 changes as benchmark shows they lied about performance hit.
Hilary Mason, the former chief data scientist at Bitly and founder of Fast Forward Labs, is now the key AI executive and thought leader at Cloudera. So it may surprise people to learn that she thinks our obsession with AI's cool factor is impeding progress, and inhibiting AI's successful application in the Enterprise.
Kubernetes enables the deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. This ebook explains why the ecosystem matters, ways to take advantage of it, and how it may contribute to the future...
Busy schedules and bad timing could be a thing of the past, if mobile technology is used to coordinate intimacy between couples in the future.
The company wants to accelerate local strategy by providing direction to clients as regulatory and compliance requirements increase.
Non-profit AI research organization OpenAI caused quite a stir by showing off a new deep learning approach that creates some fairly convincing english-language paragraphs, launching a new chapter in the "deep fakes" saga. One has only to read a little more closely to see the cracks that betray the lack of logic and consistency.
Google announces Trusted Types browser API, a new defense against DOM-based XSS attacks.