A teardown of Apple's new iPhone XS reveals a battery that's smaller than in last year's iPhone X.
Back by popular demand, apparently, and the Wileyfox Pro now costs around $100, down from $260.
Malicious code redirects users to tech support scams, some of which use new "evil cursor" Chrome bug.
Google says third-party developers can access users' Gmail, but it manually vets them first and uses machine learning to monitor apps.
It's challenging to get data scientists where you need them. And if you're managing an AI project, better be prepared for handling moving targets. These are some of the results of a survey of chief data scientists and analytics officers that we recently concluded.
Fingerprint sensor busted? PIN not working? System not signing out properly? Your troubles have finally been addressed, just weeks before Microsoft pushes out a new version of Windows 10.
Demos researcher Carl Miller details how the internet has brought about profound power shifts that reach into every aspect of our lives.
ZDNet talks to a former infamous hacker whose "mostly true" book offers a glimpse into the minds of Eastern Europe's cybercriminals.
The readings might be more accurate, too, considering how our blood pressure tends to rise in the doctor's office.
Factors ranging from the diesel crisis to the dollar hike prompted a consumption slowdown, says IDC
Sure it's gimmicky (so was the Roomba when it debuted) but it just might be the next home robotics category to take off
Investigation into the July 2018 incident reveals tardiness in raising the alarm, use of weak administrative passwords, and an unpatched workstation that enabled hackers to breach the system as early as August last year.
The bugs could be weaponized to hijack vulnerable software and cause untold damage to victim machines.
Study suggest that automation can make jobs more fulfilling.
Exploit of the security flaw can lead to the remote execution of malicious code.
"We have a little under an hour today and maybe seventy new things to talk about." They weren't kidding!
A roundup of some of the more bizarre things that are online -- but really shouldn't be.
From audio-augmenting ear buds to automated coffee machines, here are the best devices for an effective home office set-up.
No longer the stuff of science fiction, IoT is becoming more pervasive -- even in the home. But imagine its possibilities for consumers over the next few years.
12 graphs which explain the tech news of the last month.
Despite its size, the giant speaker can be moved and will begin showing up in random cities across the US.
Check out ZDNet's latest roundup of the hottest IoT and smart home gadgets on the market.
We got our hands on one of the first Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ boards. Here's what it looks like and how it differs from the previous incarnation (there's one design change that could catch you out!).
A closer look at the Philips Hue connected lighting lineup for the great outdoors.
From today's rock stars of innovation to tomorrow's hidden gems, these 18 technologies have the greatest potential to transform the world over the next decade.
Apple's HomePod can be used as a hub to control HomeKit devices via Siri voice commands. Here's a selection of accessories worth investigating.
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.
Here are the products, apps, and trends that chilled our staff to the bone this year... no icicles necessary
Hate is back in fashion again. Tech is no exception when it comes to being the target of our anger and frustration -- but this stuff truly deserves it.
Mastercard will collaborate with Liverpool City Council through the its global smart city development program as the Sydney suburb prepares to house the new Western Sydney Airport. Read more: https://zd.net/2P9Ml7u
Google is eroding Amazon's big lead, but Apple is still a long way back.
CTO Andy Shin of sneaker marketplace GOAT explains how the company is using machine learning to verify the authenticity of sneakers as well as data science and the Internet of things.
Broodminder out of Wisconsin is a company that makes rugged wireless beehive monitors, helping beekeepers figure out the temperature and humidity of their hive. Now, it's launching a new version of its temperature measurement device -- at half the price of the original.
Indian telecommunications carrier Reliance Jio has announced adding 28.7 million net customers during the quarter to June 30, after adding 26.5 million in the prior quarter. Read more: https://zd.net/2LAguzo
Nokia has published its financial results for the first half of 2018, revealing operating profit down 37 percent to €573 million on net sales of €10.2 billion, down 7 percent. Read more: https://zd.net/2K0uKvJ
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