Samsung's fail-in-place technology will allow its 30.72TB PCIe Gen4 SSDs to continue operating smoothly even if a NAND chip fails.
Wellbots is offering ZDNet readers an exclusive discount on its top-selling drone.
New platforms and new customers for what has become the go-to server chip.
There are working machines today that perform some small part of what a full quantum computer may eventually do. But what are the real-world applications for quantum computing?
Oracle's Raspberry Pi 3 B+ supercomputer should provide 4,240 cores for processing.
The company's new video-calling devices get a new look, and can even plug into your TV set now to leverage the larger screen.
With the fleet expansion, IBM is hoping to build out the ecosystem for quantum computing research and commercial applications.
HP's Elite Dragonfly is less than 1 kilogram and has a design to make a statement yet be all about business.
Over the past few months rumors pointed to the iPhone 11 ‘borrowing’ a feature from Samsung. But that feature was a no-show at the official unveiling.
Vivo's 5G Nex 3 with a curved-edge screen shows that innovation in smartphones isn't dead yet.
What does "Pro" really mean? Can an iPad Pro replace my MacBook Pro as a daily driver?
LG Display is expected to commence a tough restructuring on its money-losing Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) business and hopes to increase the profitability of its OLED display panels under new leadership.
A new open-source smartwatch is in the works with a planned price of $25.
Australia's biggest banks and government welfare delivery are some of the major use cases down under.
Imagine perfect sound quality at every live show. Dream on, you say? It's real: THX and Mixhalo are democratizing live audio so Steven Tyler's screeching vocals will follow you around -- and every seat in the house will be the best seat in the house.
The world’s first Lightning-compatible security key
From Apple's powerful MacBook refresh to high-quality headsets and a robot cleaner, here's the kit we got our hands on in July.
If you're in the business of repairing PCs, smartphones, or tablets, then you need the right tools to help you get the job done in a fast, efficient, and safe way. Here are a selection of tools that you need that will make your job -- and life -- easier!
Step-by-step photos showing how to replace a MacBook Pro's battery. This was done in about 5 minutes on a kitchen table.
Love them or hate them – these nostalgic examples of hardware and software were the forerunner of many of the apps and devices around today.
Here's a tour of what's fresh and what's not so fresh in the Apple Store.
This one device can start pretty much any 12-volt vehicle and keep your gadgets charged up and ready for action.
Use a Raspberry Pi in your hardware projects? You'll want to take a look at these amazing, useful, and highly functional accessories.
Fantastic selection of single board computers suitable for a variety of projects, from basic homebrew builds all the way to advanced applications such as automation, and even AI and ML, with prices ranging from around $10 to over $250.
Make sure your food is cooked to perfection with these must-have tech tools and gadgets for your outdoor cooking kit.
The Anker Premium 7-in-1 USB-C hub is the perfect companion to a USB-C equipped laptop.
Looking for single board computers? Here is a fantastic selection of single board computers suitable for a variety of projects, from basic homebrew builds all the way to advanced applications such as automation, and even AI and ML, with prices ranging from around $10 to over $250.
If you are in the market for a new Android smartphone, here are a selection that offer a level of power and performance that would give the iPhone a run for its money.
Has your Android smartphone started to feel slow and sluggish? Here are some tips to help you make it feel like new again.
Tour of a super-tough Android smartphone with a massive battery that can last all day and take anything you can throw at it.
Apple might attempt to fix its pricing problem with a new cheaper iPhone that uses components from the iPhone 11.
Worried you might drop your phone? This one you could probably fix yourself.
When it's time to buy a new portable PC, there's more to consider than just the standard specs. These are five features that can't be benchmarked but have an undeniable impact on productivity.
Jason Squared's Jason Cipriani and Jason Perlow discuss if enhanced cameras with improved machine learning and night mode are the star in an incremental upgrade year for iPhone. Read more: https://zd.net/34G8jrn
Apple gives iPhone 11, Watch Series 5, and iPad incremental hardware refresh, but services like Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, and a new health-focused Research app are the real story. Read more: https://zd.net/2N8gxD5
There’s more to the right hardware choice than speeds and feeds. Ed Bott shares some features from the latest generation of PCs that will make you more productive and less frustrated. Read more: https://zd.net/2A3S6y1
Australia finally gets its hands on the Square Terminal, nearly a year after businesses in the United States.
In this week's Jason Squared, Jason Cipriani and Jason Perlow discuss what we expect Apple to announce at the iPhone 11 event next week. Read more: https://zd.net/2ZKQEip
Jason Cipriani and Jason Perlow discuss in this week's Jason Squared which gadgets and accessories -- a.k.a travel tech -- they need most when hitting the road. Read more: https://zd.net/2HOu1iZ
Although slower than DRAM, Baidu says the swap will lower its costs.
Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ SoCs are normally used in automotive, aviation, consumer electronics, industrial, and military components.
Samsung pitches the Note 10 Plus as a laptop replacement for remote and field workers. ZDNet's Bill Detwiler puts that claim to the test. Can it replace his MacBook Air on his next business trip?