IBM's hybrid approach to cloud aims to help retailers make the cloud leap without necessitating a major infrastructure overhaul.
Perhaps the biggest perk of the VIVE Focus Plus is that companies can easily port their PC VR based content to HTC's new system.
Apple's incoming software development kit will reported initially let devs publish iPad apps that work on Mac.
Beginning in 1956, with the IBM RAMAC - 4.4MB, $50k! - disk drives rapidly became the cranky workhorses of data storage. But the glory days of disk drive are fading fast. Will the cloud rescue disks?
Samsung's Unpacked event was less a dramatic reveal than a desperate statement of intent.
Office progressive web app, or PWA, replaces the pre-installed MyOffice app.
Small business owners are creating and customizing their own automation solutions to increase productivity and save money.
Sony says that a substantial proportion of new hires will focus on image sensor and chip technologies.
Site admins running Drupal should disable all web services until security updating is complete.
The landscape for tech startup funding has shifted significantly since the 2016 Brexit vote.
An error it may be, but invasive it certainly is.
Limited 5G rollout kicks off later this year says mobile operator, with more to follow when 5G smartphones arrive in larger quantities.
As companies are engulfed by change, maybe techies can help staff make sense of it all.
A new study from Zurich demonstrates that people learned new rowing skills faster when a robot taught them how to do it.
Microsoft is readying new Dynamics 365 AI- and mixed-reality-centric services and applications for remote-assistance, customized bots and more.
Get a first-hand look at how technology is transforming the way food is being produced for a rapidly growing population.
Lenovo showed journalists around its recently opened campus in Beijing, which aims to create a 'Silicon Valley environment' for its 10,000-plus employees.
From standing desks to telepresence robots, we dug deep, to find interesting tech buys for your office.
"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.
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Home medical device market is making a big splash, powered by smartphones, IoT, and rising healthcare costs. But will it help patients?
Einaras Gravrock, CEO at CUJO AI, talks to ZDNet's Tonya Hall about AI-enabled phishing attacks.
Honeywell and Curtiss-Wright plan to launch next-generation Cockpit Voice Recorders and Flight Data Recorders in the Internet of Things and data analytics age. Read more: https://zd.net/2TJFmVm
TheMoon's DDoS days are long gone. The botnet is now a proxy network for other criminal groups.
Dan Patterson and Jason Hiner discuss four of the major tech trends from CES 2019, including the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, sleep technology, and life-saving devices.
The Japanese government is working to secure IoT devices before the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, but it's doing so at the expense of citizens' privacy. Read more: https://zd.net/2SfO3t6
Chinese businesses are projected to spend US$256.61 billion on tech this year and another US$272.84 billion in 2020. Read more: https://zd.net/2CKGLE1
Australia's national broadband wholesaler is looking to speed things up with software-defined networking.
Less than 10 percent of the globe is covered by cellular networks. Fabien Jordan, founder of Astrocast, says satellites can help cover the rest.
DBS Bank is hoping to be more pre-emptive in meeting its customers' needs as the Singaporean bank focuses its attention on building a data platform and beefing up its capabilities in data analytics and artificial intelligence.