Brave, a privacy-first browser, rolls out its first stable release, complete with innovative features such as its own private ad platform and a users and websites rewards initiative.
Google defends its Project Nightingale deal with Ascension, which involves access to detailed patient records.
The funding will be used to back the upcoming launch of its electric P7 sedan.
There are now more than 1,500 pieces of HDR10+ content with 90 members in the standard alliance, Samsung says.
The Bytecode Alliance's main goal is to promote the use of security-hardened WebAssembly tools.
Regulations, consumer wariness, and the consequences of misbehavior will create a challenging landscape for B2C marketers and brands. Read our top privacy predictions.
She believes that as businesses look to scale artificial intelligence, quantum computing, and blockchain, "100% of jobs will change in the future".
Over 22,000 overseas bands participated in the event.
After its failed IPO, WeWork's parent company is looking for a new leader who could right the ship, the Wall Street Journal reports.
User interface dark patterns are becoming common on online stores.
The company has over 60 employees that are recipients of DACA permits, which allow them to stay in the country despite not being US citizens.
The acquisition improves Seismic’s position with marketers, who Forrester predicts will take on a more active role in overseeing sales enablement in 2020.
Russian lawmakers say the bill will protect Russian software companies from abuses by foreign tech firms.
South Korea's largest carrier will end 2G services to better utilise spectrum resources.
Two years after teasing the idea of a Tesla pickup truck, the company will unveil it later this month.
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.
A guide for finding the best UK deals in tech this Black Friday across the Web.
With Black Friday fast approaching, there are already some great deals online in technology for UK buyers out there.
Driver’s licence numbers of approximately 100,000 ‘Dashers’ were also accessed.
The ARC Centre of Excellence for the Digital Child will examine the digital lives of Australian children from birth to eight years old.
One of the courses will provide an RMIT credential.
The technologies developed have the potential to be used in unmanned systems for military operations.
Google wins landmark case in the European Court of Justice.
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.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates thinks breaking up tech giants isn't an effective answer to antitrust concerns.
ZDNet's Chris Matyszczyk explains to Karen Roby that a new study suggests that we don't have a lot of time these days before losing our collective temper. Read more: https://zd.net/30a8Lzw
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.
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