It is no longer just the average consumer that might wind up in court for using pirated software.
Software vendor's cloud customers in Southeast Asia now can tap its Azure Availability Zones in Singapore, giving them access to a region with at least three separate physical data locations.
Hyundai Motor has developed a car system that will allow drivers to unlock and start their cars with fingerprints instead of keys, with plans to go live in China during the first quarter of 2019.
South Korean telecommunications giant KT will collaborate with its Kenyan counterpart Safaricom and health authorities to build an epidemic prevention platform in Kenya.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) will offer a 10 percent refund for November's bill for Korean customers who were affected by last month's network failure.
Here's our list of technology storylines that'll resurface repeatedly in 2019. Expect some of these themes to rev up the hype-o-meter as soon as the calendar turns.
The Cydia app store has been the place that those with jailbroken iPhones have flocked to for apps that Apple wouldn't have in its app store, so the end to purchases feels like the beginning of the end of an era.
Innovating in the technology of “adversarial” neural networks, Nvidia researchers create some amazing fake headshots and also get a better glimpse of the inner workings of AI’s “black box” functions.
With GE's new standalone software business, the company has given the clearest signal yet that running a successful software business is very different from running an industrial conglomerate.