Here are the things we'd like to see in future versions of Apple's iOS and iPhone hardware. MIGA!
Snap's second attempt at Spectacles includes HD video, faster transfers, and new colors.
Company providing in-flight entertainment technology uses AI and machine learning to help airlines improve services.
A year on from the vulnerabilities being leaked, attackers are still using leaked NSA tools to power new attacks - this time with the newly uncovered PyRoMine.
The company said sales of its tax-prep products should result in revenue growth of 12 to 13 percent in its consumer group.
In a world where a sentient Pringles can listens to our every utterance and grants our every wish (subject to certain restrictions), do we really need to enable even more laziness? Heck to the yeah!
Once the GDPR becomes enforceable on May 25, 2018, organizations everywhere will be subject to stiff fines and penalties for noncompliance. This download includes an overview of the information required...
Do American consumers and businesses want to live in a future where our options for purchasing electronics are much more limited and expensive than the choices we enjoy today?
A patch for Meltdown created an even bigger flaw for 64-bit Win7 and Server 2008 R2. Now, it's freely available.
"We want CRM," says SAP CEO Bill McDermott. SAP's chief has some valid points and perhaps CRM needs reinvention. The question is whether SAP has the next-gen CRM approach or is it a robotics process automation player.
The SATA interface on SSDs was a marriage of convenience, not love. Flash SSDs are so fast that SATA simply can't keep up. But NVMe can, and that is changing how how systems are configured and infrastructures are designed.