Samsung outlined the Galaxy Fold, a device that can do a bit of everything, but may struggle to find use cases. Either way it's interesting enough to warrant some gadget lust.
I long thought that it would be an iPhone that first hit the $2,000 smartphone barrier. I'm a bit surprised that it ends up being a Samsung smartphone that folds in half.
Samsung just took the wraps off its latest flagship phone and Galaxy Note 9 users will naturally start to question if the newest Galaxy S10 Plus is a better option for the enterprise.
The social network released new location controls for Android that lets users limit background data collection when the Facebook app isn't in use.
With the vast majority of workloads still on premise, Google Cloud is focused on bringing the cloud to customers with solutions like GKE On-Prem.
Long the domain of elite data miners, SAS wants to engage the rest of the analytics team for the full analytics lifecycle. But then again, so do classic BI, self-service, and data science tool providers. SAS’s opportunity is in transitioning its portfolio to cloud-native and building a third-party ecosystem to make its depth and breadth more accessible.
TechRepublic's Karen Roby talks with ZDNet's Adrian Kingsley-Hughes to figure out exactly where Apple went wrong this year and what steps the company needs to take to try and recover.
Governments should use antitrust law to break up tech giants like Google, Facebook and Amazon, argues Tim Wu, in order to restore dynamism and foster innovation.
How do you configure Windows 10 PCs to avoid common security problems? There's no software magic bullet, unfortunately, and the tools are different for small businesses and enterprises. Here's what to watch out for.
After hearing criticisms about the performance of its platforms, the latest generation of Neoverse platforms brings significant improvements, Arm says.