Naver will secure 160 million monthly users for its content business through the acquisition.
The company's 500 Singapore-based employees will also have the option to work remotely 90% of the time.
Tim Berners-Lee says requiring a charge for a link on the web blocks an important aspect of the value of web content.
Microsoft still wants to re-use your voice clips, but will now ask for permission first.
GitHub’s head of HR has resigned over the matter.
Also 'sets the record straight' regarding claims made by 10 US state attorneys-general in a lawsuit filed last month against the search giant.
Google Sync to stop working in other browsers except Chrome starting March 15 2021.
Desperate to both service proactive customers who are at stuck home and attract new ones, IT services companies have finally embraced the world of digital solutions.
As more people continue to split time between working at home and in the office.
Facebook filed a lawsuit today in Portugal against browser extension maker Oink and Stuff.
What will be the impact of VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger stepping into the role of Intel CEO? There's reason for optimism.
Analysis: Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has highlighted how enmeshed private companies, politics, and public safety have become.
The CRM Watchlist 2022 is now open for registration.
2021 is the year that new ways of interacting with new business models -- and transformed cultures -- are all vying for a place at the table. What are the themes? What kinds of frameworks, methodologies, use cases, rules of engagement, technological advances will be necessary? Paul Greenberg consults his crystal ball.
McMillon is "excited for us to become a regenerative company, to not only offset the negatives but do other things to protect the natural habitat, whether land or ocean, to reverse what is happening on our planet, and heal."
Over this week you can snap up some great deals in consumer tech, PCs, mobile devices, and smart gadgets.
You don't need to wait until the day to grab a bargain this holiday season.
Dispensaries in vertically integrated states like Florida are not "head shops" with black light posters, glass paraphernalia, and other trappings straight out of a Cheech & Chong movie.
Money may not be able to buy you happiness -- but it certainly can provide you with some crazy technology and gadgets. Here are some of our favorite luxury gifts.
Here are some of our favorite innovative and fun gadgets and gifts for tech enthusiasts. These are affordable and budget-friendly.
Here are ZDNet's top choices for technology gifts, gadgets, and accessories over the holiday season.
These are some of our top picks for technology and gifts which can make remote working smooth sailing.
Job search site Glassdoor released its list of the highest paying jobs in the US for 2018, and 13 of them were in the technology field -- up from 11 last year, and more than any other field.
A frank guide to the Internet's unindexed underbelly -- the deep and dark Internet.
This Mother's Day, consider treating your mom to a gift, whether thoughtful or just plain fun.
Check out our guide to exciting technology and cool gadgets that are sure to please your special someone without breaking the bank.
Here are ZDNet's top picks for technology, gifts, and gadgets for the holidays.
From more lavish gifts to stocking fillers and Secret Santa, there are great gadgets out there that your colleagues will love.
Treat yourself or a loved one to some of the best Internet of Things gifts and gadgets this Christmas.
A guide for finding the best US deals in tech this Black Friday across the Web.
Matthew Wallace, NASA STEM coordinator, tells Tonya Hall how students can learn about STEM from someone at the NASA space station.
In another Jason Squared, the two Jasons discuss the tech that most disappointed, failed to impress, or downright crashed and burned in 2020.
Uber will invest $100 million into the joint venture.
Stewart Cheifet, CEO and president of Stewart Cheifet Productions, gives Tonya Hall his take on tech breakthroughs and busts.
Tonya Hall sits down with Robert Scoble, author, speaker and founder of the Scobleizer Inc., about how technologies are being brought together that are going to spur a future of innovation and what we can do to prepare for the upcoming changes.
There’s growing evidence that infrastructure technology, such as wireless communications, absorbs more capital investment every year to sustain productivity levels that have been flat. Now, a new Nokia Bell Labs report suggests 5G could break that trend. But what kind of world must we live in, to ensure all the variables line up just right? Don’t we need there to not be a pandemic? ZDNet’s Scott Fulton reads behind the charts. Read more: https://zd.net/2Txp7wq
Corie Pauling, chief inclusion and diversity officer and head of corporate social responsibility at TIAA, talks with Tonya Hall about about ways the tech industry can find hidden talent in non-traditional hiring channels in order to enhance the industry's diversity and inclusion.
The FTC said the search giant manipulated its algorithm six times between 2012 to 2015 to show its own services above its competitors.
Chris Matyszczyk says there's little more entertaining than a self-involved, tech obsessed master of the tech universe. Read more: https://zd.net/2GQ6JvV
We sit down with Sony's latest LCD TV in our Australian first look.
The CX7430 is basic 4-megapixel digital camera ideal for recreational users who don't require all the bells and whistles.
Mid- to high-level graphics professionals will like this package, but it's overkill for just touching up photos and drawing organisational charts.
PIXL provides a decent suite of image editing tools for beginners wanting to spice up their photos and Web designers looking for an affordable imaging solution. Read our Australian review.