Using Stratasys equipment, Siemens Mobility has been able to cut the manufacturing time for spare parts and reduced inventory.
Simple denial of service bug can crash unpatched Bitcoin network nodes and may also affect many Bitcoin-based cryptocurrency offshoots.
What exactly are knowledge graphs, and what's with all all the hype about them? Learning to tell apart hype from reality, defining different types of graphs, and picking the right tools and database for your use case is essential if you want to be like the Airbnbs, Amazons, Googles, and LinkedIns of the world.
The effort is a big move into recurring revenue and using Fitbit's data to become more of a software provider in the health care ecosystem.
Joshua March, founder and CEO of Conversocial, discusses how his company is moving from social media to messaging for customer support.
Sapho's Employee Experience Portal plans to use machine learning to monitor how an employee uses business applications and then dish out the most relevant information to them.
Smartphone cameras today are all great, but to get to the next level there are some advanced camera accessories you should consider. Moment's newest lens helps bring out your cinematic creativity and may lead to serious filmmaking with just a smartphone.
iOS 12 supports devise going all the way back to the iPhone 5S and iPad Air, both released at the end of 2013. But does iOS 12 put a spring in the step of these old devices, or will it just slow them down to the point of making them essentially obsolete?
After spending five years building an automotive developer ecosystem, Ford is about to see its open source SmartDeviceLink platform put to the test.
A year on from its release, AMD's EPYC processor is shaking up the server market. We examine three different implementations of these powerful and cost-effective CPUs.