How to protect your Apple iCloud account
Worried about hackers destroying your iCloud music, pictures, and documents? Here are three things you should do right now.
Google Hangouts streamlined further for the enterprise
Google is removing SMS from Hangouts and finally saying goodbye to Google Talk.
Trump's Treasury Sec: AI won't supplant US jobs for another 50 to 100 years
The Obama administration said AI could threaten anywhere from 9 percent to 47 percent of jobs over the next decade or two, but Steve Mnuchin said that the potential problem is "not even on my radar."
Lenovo taps former Intel CIO to lead datacenter group
Lenovo also revealed plans to realign its datacenter group under five market segments.
T-Mobile launches free scam services just in time to block fake IRS calls
T-Mobile is rolling out Scam ID and Scam Block features to customers starting today as part of a strategy to protect customers. Three out of four people in the US have received scam calls at some point, resulting in an incredible amount of stolen money.
Video: How Bitly migrated from colo to cloud to save money and future-proof its innovation path
Bitly was constantly ordering new servers and replacing failed hard drives until it moved its infrastructure to the cloud in 2016. Here's a breakdown of how it's paying off.
?Microsoft: No, Linux users, we didn't try to penalize you for not using Windows with OneDrive
Microsoft fixes a bug that made its file-hosting service, OneDrive, slow on Linux but not on Windows.
Nokia: Our new Android phones will hit US by June, starting at $150
Nokia teases the availability of its new Android phones, with the US part of a global rollout starting next month.
3D printing hands on: Understanding the difference between Delta and Cartesian printers
You may have heard the term "Delta printer," but what does it mean? We compare and contrast traditional Cartesian 3D printers with Delta printers.
What would a memory-centric system look like?
Data growth is increasing much faster than network bandwidth, while storage is getting cheaper and networks aren't. Which means, someday, moving to memory-centric systems. What would they look like? Here's a vision from the former director of HP Labs and the new CTO of Western Digital.
Could your iPhone replace your laptop? Apple toys with dockable phone that turns into PC
Apple teases its concept for the elusive smartphone that doubles as a PC.
Unwanted in Trump's America, Indian IT finds a suitor in bitter rival China
An unlikely romance between Chinese industry and Indian IT may just be what the doctor ordered for these two perennially bickering nations.
Contact centers branded the 'Achilles heel' of the enterprise
Could phoneprinting tackle the contact center weak link in the enterprise chain?
Moto G5 Plus review: Best sub-$300 smartphone lets you forget about the flagships
There are plenty of choices in the Android world for less than $300 and the Moto G5 Plus may be the best. The standby screen, useful gestures, long battery life, and water resistant nano coating make it very difficult to justify paying two to three times this amount for a flagship.
GE aims to replicate Digital Twin success with security-focused Digital Ghost
In this Q&A with GE's Colin Parris, the company outlines how it wants to use monitoring physical conditions as a part of defending equipment from cyberattacks.
Alibaba and AusPost team up to tackle food fraud with blockchain
Alibaba has enlisted the help of AusPost, Blackmores, and PwC to explore how blockchain technology can be used to halt the distribution of counterfeit food.
Google proposes sending Symantec to TLS sin bin
Certificates from Symantec would have their trust period reduced to nine months under Google's plan.
ZTE confirms loss in 2016 due to guilty plea in Iran sanctions case
ZTE admitted it slipped to a net loss of 2.36 billion yuan in 2016 due to fines associated with the Iran sanctions case, though revenue increased by 1 percent to 100.18 billion yuan.
Singapore firms must put stronger focus on reskilling amid rise of AI
Artificial intelligence will replace some, but not all, jobs and businesses can gain more value from employees reskilled to plug talent shortfall.
NBN connections to speed up under new industry codes: ACMA, Comms Alliance
Comms Alliance has registered two codes with the ACMA, aiming to speed up NBN connections and ensure simple transfer between NBN retail service providers without delay.