eBay said that it's 'actively reviewing the role and value of StubHub and Classifieds' in its portfolio.
If you were looking for color on IBM's purchase of Red Hat you'll just have to wait. For the second quarter, IBM topped bottom line expectations with sales down 4.2%.
Tariffs on imported Chinese products cost the US tech industry $1.3 billion in May 2019 alone, according to data from the Consumer Technology Association -- and the cost is expected to grow.
The company has launched a tendering process to replace its current set up with a new platform with advanced features and high-definition cameras.
Auditor-General Office finds weaknesses in IT controls of several government entities including the Ministry of Defence and Ministry of Finance, where third-party access rights were lax and the logging and review activities of privileged users inadequate, and notes similar lapses in previous years, indicating a need for further improvement.
Microsoft continues to plug away at making holoportation possible and is showing off how it might work using currently available Microsoft services and technologies.
Dropbox said today's slate of integrations are focused on its media clients, noting that the media professionals are among the most active Dropbox users in the world.
Machine learning models are making predictions and drawing conclusions that show all the signs of systemic bias. Scott Fulton discusses with Karen Forrest a very difficult topic: If we correct the ML data, will it still be usable?
Do you want your battery to be charged to 100 percent as fast as possible, or do you want your last longer before it needs to be replaced? You decide!
Workers waste half their time searching for and preparing data instead of gaining insights according to a new report.