FAQ: How to install, reinstall, upgrade and activate Windows 10
Questions about installing and activating Windows 10? Here's what you need to know before you dive in.
Microsoft to cut 700 employees in next layoff round: Report
Microsoft looks ready to cut 700 employees as part of the group of 2,850 that the company said it would be laying off in fiscal 2017.
Huge spike in media traffic as first legal action filed against president Trump
Did folks ignore the inauguration or did the world tune in to watch the new president take his oath?
Apple files $1B suit against Qualcomm
The Cupertino company says Qualcomm withheld payments it owed as a means of retaliation for Apple's cooperation with South Korean investigators.
2017's best Linux laptop: The latest Dell XPS 13
Dell continues to build the best out-of-the-box Linux and open-source laptops. Check out the latest Dell XPS 13 developer edition and you'll see what I mean.
Samsung to cite battery size, manufacturing problems for Note 7 issues: Report
The South Korean company will blame multiple problems from different battery manufacturers for the Note 7 explosions, the Wall Street Journal reports.
De-risking the cloud
Why is enterprise cloud becoming the norm?
Reminder: Microsoft to no longer update original Windows 10 release after March 26
Microsoft has released the media for its Windows 10 Anniversary Update to business users. That means it's almost time for support to end for its original release.
The headphone jack will vanish from most premium smartphones by the end of the year
Didn't think it was a big deal when Apple dropped the headphone jack from the iPhone 7? This year will see the humble 3.5mm port removed from a lot more devices.
Mix and match analytics: data, metadata, and machine learning for the win
Creating winning analytics solutions means combining and making the most of different approaches and techniques. Taking a look at how Google does this for YouTube can provide inspiration and set a framework for analytics solutions.
The cloud's future is vertical
From generic services to industry-specific apps, the cloud is growing up
Windows 10: Microsoft's power slider prototype lets you trade performance for battery life
Microsoft is testing out a new power slider that could eventually optimize hardware to conserve battery life.
Hybrid cloud in a box: Unboxing the Synology DS916+ super-NAS
Where does old-school file sharing fit in the rapidly changing world of mobile and cloud services? David Gewirtz takes a first look at a NAS appliance that implements a hybrid cloud storage environment right inside a little black box.
For national security, Trump gets a new secure 'smartphone'
The phone comes with "state-of-the-art" security, but does it come with Twitter?
Cloud is crucial for development
Cloud enables new development models that will revolutionise enterprise IT
Mozilla: The internet is unhealthy and urgently needs your help
Can the internet as we know it survive the many efforts to dominate and control it, asks Firefox maker Mozilla.
Hidden Figures and the IBM 7090 computer
Hidden Figures isn't just the story of three brilliant and determined women, but also of the transition from human to electronic computing. The latter stars the IBM 7090, and, as the movie shows, the transition was far from smooth.
Windows 10: You've got questions, I've got answers
[Updated] There's more to Windows 10 than just the revamped Start menu. Here are the latest details ahead of the major Creators Update coming in spring 2017.
Remote workers at risk of burnout according to UniqueIQ
Remote working and flexible working is vital to sustain of the workforce of the future.
Google's open-source Tilt Brush: Now you can create 3D movies in VR
Google has released a free set of tools to help developers transform Tilt Brush sketches into immersive animations.