User interface dark patterns are becoming common on online stores.
Tonya Hall sits down with Arthur Holland Michel, co-director of the Center for the Study of the Drone at NY's Bard College, to learn more about what he considers to be the most controversial drone technology to date and different ways drones are being utilized.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates says the antitrust case stopped Microsoft delivering a mobile OS.
In October, Google claimed its quantum computing chip became capable of processing a task that, for an ordinary supercomputer, would be virtually impossible. Google should have expected IBM to take that as a challenge.
Among the hundreds of announcements coming out of last week’s Microsoft Ignite cnference, the theme that stood out was how Microsoft is extending the cloud and data footprint. But with such a rich portfolio of product offerings that often overlap, Microsoft’s challenge is getting the message clear on what’s the right fit for customers.
Following an acquisition by Siemens, this robotics company is targeting the brain.
The dollar hike against the Brazilian real has reduced spending in 2019 but the IT market should achieve 2.5 percent growth next year, according to Gartner.
Putting the science into science fiction and fantasy gets you an interesting, if somewhat worthy, book that leaves you with as many questions as answers.
Goldman Sachs is facing a probe due to allegations that men are being offered higher credit limits than women.
Romania's OMV Petrom is using soft power to get employees to use its new data-analytics tools.