AI is being widely adopted across businesses to support customers -- and a new tool brings holistic self service for customers.
New Ad Settings page shows all the factors Google uses to target ads.
Sonos' $399 Beam represents a more aggressive play for consumers who may have more modest TV audio needs. But with its embrace of AirPlay 2 and voice agents, it is also advancing the agenda of competitors.
Garmin just revealed its latest high end GPS sports watch series, the Fenix 5 Plus, that brings everything you want in a GPS sports watch into three new options. The highest end model even includes blood oxygen saturation measurements for high altitude hiking and climbing.
If you're considering traveling to one of the many countries that has a dubious relationship with digital privacy, you'll need to protect yourself. While the standard advice is a VPN, David Gewirtz takes you a few steps deeper into the murky cloak and dagger world of digital tradecraft.
Several former Microsoft engineers and execs have launched a new cross-cloud, multi-language development framework called Pulumi.
The chief information officer explains how technology is transforming its core business and related services. This inside look offers important lessons to anyone interested in digital. He also reveals secret truths behind the "close door" button.
Working closely with a range of partners can give big companies a competitive advantage in the age of disruption.
HDP hits magic v3 milestone, gets containers and new OLAP-y version of Hive. Hortonworks announces revamped Microsoft Azure partnership and team-ups with Google and IBM.
Where the realities of maintaining a multi-terabit-per-second network mandate a new way of approaching the problem of orchestrating network services. By the time we're done, will we still have servers as we know them? And where will the edge actually be?
SAP announced what is probably the most significant initiative as a company since their initial creation of SAP ERP R/2 back in the stone age. They are now customer facing, focused on customer experience, and are rearchitecting their offering around that idea. Right move? Wrong move? Read on and find out.
Those of us from the Oregon Trail generation might not like it, but it turns out VR environments are better for memory retention than computer screens.