Those wanting to upgrade their iPhones currently have an interesting dilemma. And Apple store employees are very aware of it.
In a new book, the famed physicist worries about the rise of "superhumans" who use genetic engineering to advance themselves. At the expense of others.
As Amazon, Google, Microsoft and even the US Postal Service appear in the top 15, Cupertino isn't there. College graduates do, however, want to work at Apple.
Human and machine working together can do better than either on their own, says mathematics lecturer Hannah Fry.
The reluctant admission of a privacy breach revealed that Google's "trust us" philosophy was as believable as "do no evil."
As Facebook releases its first smart speakers, there's one issue that Facebook will find hardest to overcome. And it's not the privacy thing.
The reviews are excitable, but how do Apple's new phones look to real people going about their daily lives?
It takes a certain sort of imagination to mine the creepy or the bonkers. Yet here we are.
The Boston Celtics point guard blamed the YouTube "rabbit-hole" for wrecking science teaching in America.
If Facebook and Twitter can't control what happens on their sites, perhaps an election moratorium would help. It might have many beneficial consequences.
Is this the best idea Cupertino could muster?
The creators of WhatsApp and Instagram are held up as heroes once they leave the Facebook fold. Heroes? Or calculators?
To observe the atmosphere in an Apple store at launch time, I went to the same store three days in a row at the same time. The people-watching was sublime.
You think all your favorite retail sites are secure? It appears they might not be.
Demos researcher Carl Miller details how the internet has brought about profound power shifts that reach into every aspect of our lives.
We asked our team of contributors to share memories of their first mobile devices. Here's what they remember most, and what they're using today.
These are in reverse order of visual pain.
Technology can transform us, in good ways and bad. Do you recall the single most influential tech innovation from the year you graduated high school? We do.
A look at the tech that helped me lose over 130 pounds in 18 months.
These dystopian and apocalyptic science fiction films won or were nominated for Academy Awards. Some of our favorites didn't make it, though.
If you want the best looking nostalgia and retro speakers - but you like the high tech Bluetooth approach, take a look at these.
Here's a whole list of AI movies to stream next time you're in the mood for something self-aware
Ensure your holiday cooking is made easy with these food and drink gadgets.
Make your party go with a swing over the festive period with these fun tech gadgets.
If you need some inspiration to delight the geek in your life -- try one of these gadgets for a last minute gift.
Do you want something special to spoil yourself over the holidays? Check out one of these gadgets.
Looking for a gift that will cope with the rough and tumble of everyday? Try these gifts for the geek in your life.
Fan films: the final frontier. These are the fan-made voyages of the Starship Enterprise (and some other ships). In honor of the upcoming Star Trek: Discovery series, we present you with a selection of unofficial Star Trek series and films.
If you can't get into (or won't go into) a Trump golf course, here are some very tech-enterprise-friendly places to try.
If you are looking for some great tech to help your outdoor pursuits, try these geeky items.
This isn't the first time Facebook's apparent acceptance of Holocaust denial has caused problems. The company's attitude has, if anything, become more muddled.
The new Video Assistant Referee was supposed to ensure correctness in vital decision-making. It didn't.
In the latest installment of our ongoing Better Know a Blogger series, we talk to ZDNet's Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols. We'll take a deep dive into what makes this prolific tech journalist tick, and take a look at the future of tech through his eyes. Read more: http://zd.net/2BAjtBE
When depicting an eclipse path, data visualizers have usually chosen to represent the moon's shadow as an oval. By bringing in a variety of NASA data sets, visualizer Ernie Wright has created a new and more accurate representation of the eclipse. For the first time, we are able to see that the moon's shadow is better represented as a polygon. This more complicated shape is based NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter's view of the mountains and valleys that form the moon's jagged edge. By combining moon's terrain, heights of land forms on Earth, and the angle of the sun, Wright is able to show the eclipse path with the greatest accuracy to date. Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center/Genna Duberstein Music: Life Choices by Eric Chevalier
It's time to pick that perfect gift for Dad. David Gewirtz shows you affordable robots, drones, robot drones, grill cleaning robots, remote-controlled robotic cameras, and more.
We discuss startup-driven economic development with Cintrifuse CEO Wendy Lea; Charity Water CEO Scott Harrison explains how transparency and tech revived enthusiasm for philanthropy; and ZDNet's Larry Dignan discusses Apple, Google I/O, and Sapphire.
ZDNet and TechRepublic draw on their community of C-level executives and business thinkers to prognosticate where business technology is headed over the next 36 months. This includes advice, perspectives, and opinions on both creating and reacting to the future.
Bearable 14-hour international flights? With these Bose noise-cancelling headphones to cut down the engine noise, we may have found a jetlag antidote.
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