Google and Raspberry Pi has teamed up to bring voice commands and artificial intelligence to the maker community. As such you can now get the Voice Kit, a low-end Android Assistant box that you build.
Apple has put out new numbers claiming that, thanks to the App Store, it's responsible for about two million jobs in the US alone, despite the fact the company only employs 80,000 people directly.
Google has made changes to Gmail's security systems to better protect users against phishing attempts. The new system offers warnings when clicking on suspicious links in an effort to keep you safe.
Just as YouTube is preparing to launch a website redesign with flatter elements and a "dark mode", the company also unveiled some upcoming shows with Hollywood stars and famous artists.
If you were hoping to get your hands on one of Apple's upcoming OLED iPhones, you might have to wait a while. According to some credible reports, the device will likely face shortages until 2018.
Over the weekend Microsoft has announced a number of new features coming to cloud customers in Britain. Two of them deal with transfer and processing of big data, and the third with containers.
A new racing mode is coming this week to GTA V Online, filling some users with nostalgia for the good ol' days. The top-down mode will let you use weapons and stunts to overtake opponents.
Apple touted its advances and focus on using renewable energy and recycled materials in its products. The company also said that one day it will fully rely on recycled minerals and end mining.
HP has unveiled four new devices today, all of them claiming to offer superior power and security while on the go. The ZBook series of devices is available right now, starting at just over $1,000.
Vive originally announced a no-interest financing solution for its VR helmet earlier this year. Now the program has expanded to include high-end graphics cards, PCs and gaming laptops.
Though the hotel operator originally said just a dozen locations had been affected, new data has been released, which shows over 1000 hotels in the US alone were overrun with malware.
Facebook unveiled a couple of research projects seemingly taken straight out of science fiction. One of them involves making people hear through their skin, while the other one reads your thoughts.
Amazon has opened up an on-demand service for developers, called Lex. Devs can implement the feature in their apps to take advantage of some of the same tech that powers the popular Alexa assistant.
Facebook is not only popularizing VR, but also helping the wider community adopt and develop more immersive technologies. As part of that, it unveiled two 360-degree cameras, called x24 and x6.
You can relive fond memories of fighting the swarm, or get depressed about losing Kerrigan all over again, as Blizzard has made Starcraft and its Brood War expansion free for PCs and Macs.
A credible report citing industry sources and people inside Apple seemingly corroborates many of the previous rumors surrounding the anniversary model of the iPhone, expected later this year.
One week after its original teaser, Google has unveiled the new version of Google Earth. Currently rolling out to users, it offers new sharing and discovery features with an emphasis on education.
The Chinese company has finally taken the wraps off of its latest flagship device, the Mi 6. The new handset has some powerful internal specs, an attractive design, and a fairly affordable price tag.
Ever wonder why Samsung's chips are only found in Samsung devices? According to the South Korean government, it's because Qualcomm has been pressuring Samsung and barring it from competing.
Neuralink is the latest endeavor from famed CEO Elon Musk, who's looking to create a brain-computer interface, that could speed up cognition, aid memory, and change human minds for the better.
Microsoft has teamed up with researchers and educators in the UK to create a physical programming language that can teach visually impaired children the magic of coding by using tangible objects.
A series of prominent Twitter accounts, including Amnesty, Unicef and the BBC, started throwing insults at Germany and the Netherlands and promoting Turkish propaganda thanks to a security breach.
The DoJ is looking to indict four people who were allegedly involved in at least one of the attacks that left hundreds of millions of Yahoo user accounts exposed. Three of them are living in Russia.
After skipping last month's security patches, Microsoft has now finally caught up with the release of the latest updates. Included, are 18 total security fixes, nine of which are deemed critical.
The well-known watch manufacturer has released a follow-up device to its original smartwatch. Like the earlier model, the Connected Modular 45 comes with some intriguing features and a big price.
Researchers have managed to reliably move electrons around a semiconductor by using femtosecond laser pulses, opening the way to ultrafast computers, and in the future, quantum devices.
The UK's NICE, which informs NHS guidelines and practices, now relies on Microsoft-powered algorithms that can sift through mountains of data and present scientist with concise results.
The Microsoft Security team has put out a list of the updates coming to Windows Defender ATP in the Creators Update. The new features will help keep enterprises more secure, more efficiently.
Facebook has changed its terms and conditions today to bar developers and companies from using its data to spy on users. This comes after social network data was used to track peaceful protesters.
IBM and Swiss scientists have created a remarkable bit of matter: a single atom magnet that stable and holds its polarity. This can be used to store data, orders of magnitude more efficiently.
After initial silence on the issue, Google has now put out a statement regarding the alleged CIA exploits exposed by WikiLeaks. Google says many of the issues in Chrome and Android have been fixed.
Researchers have discovered a critical issue in the popular web application framework and patched it a couple of days ago. But since then the number of attacks targeting it have gone up dramatically.
The Chinese search giant has built on DeepMind's Wavenet and created a version of the algorithm that can be trained in a matter of hours and perform faster than real-time human speech.
The head of Nintendo of America has addressed some of the criticism lobbed at the company's new Switch console, specifically the lack of launch titles and missing entertainment apps.
Yesterday's data dump from WikiLeaks that brought many CIA documents to light highlighted the agency's ability to hack into many of our personal devices. Apple has now publicly addressed that.
Microsoft's experimental Socl network never really got off the ground and still to this day is considered a research project. But its days are numbered as it's shutting down next week.
ZTE has come to an understanding with the US Department of Commerce. The Chinese company will pay a total record-setting amount in fines as it exported electronics and IT equipment to Iran and DPRK.
Flickr has introduced new functionality that allows users to search for similar images to the one they're interested in. While a simple function, this relies on improvements in neural nets and AI.
When a BBC investigation showed that Facebook is failing to remove child pornography and other material from its site, Facebook asked for proof. Upon receiving it, it reported the BBC to the police.
Mass Effect Andromeda will launch soon, but gamers will get to experience a good chunk of the game as part of a free play event. However, there will be restrictions besides the 10-hour limit.
Twitch is looking to keep streamers and watchers on its platform by integrating a Twitter-like social feed into its service. Users will be able to follow their favorite streamers on the main page.
Special versions of Power BI Pro and HDInsight have been certified for government use and Microsoft is now including these services as part of Azure Government. The two programs focus on big data.
The two companies have announced they'll be integrating the Surface line of devices in designs made for modern workplaces with the aim to improve focus, productivity, collaboration, and creativity.
Google's card-based info system, as well as its digital Assistant, are returning weird conspiracy theories when asked certain queries. The problem stems from sourcing info from disreputable websites.
IBM will be taking all of its quantum computing research out of the lab and into the product department. Big Blue says it will sell a universal quantum computer, the IBM Q, in the near future.
The Nintendo Switch has just hit markets, and while most folks are interested in what the console can do, some of us are intrigued by what makes it tick. Check out its insides in this teardown.
In an unsurprising turn of events Google's Rick Osterloh confirmed that the popular and critically-acclaimed line of Pixel smartphones would see its second generation of devices later this year.
DNA storage is the wave of the future as scientists have proven they can store incredible amounts of data in just a few grams of nucleic acid, and retrieve the data countless times, error-free.
Amazon's Alexa Fund Fellowship lets universities and their students collaborate with Amazon on audio processing methods, like text-to-speech, conversational AIs, and speech recognition.
Google's artificially-intelligent Assistant is now becoming available to a number of modern Android devices in the US. All users need to do is check for updates though the rollout may take a while.