With the recent concerns about government cyber security and functionality, Microsoft has stepped up with some improvements and updates to its suite of cloud tools for governments large and small.
To avoid the kind of collisions with civilian vessels that have happened this year, the US Navy has started broadcasting the locations and routes of some of its ships as they pass through busy waters.
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With some help from ACLU, a NASA engineer and 10 others are suing Customs and Border Protection over "illegal" searches of electronic devices. Sidd Bikkannavar had his phone searched without warrant.
The Internal Revenue Service of the United States has released a warning over an email scam that uses the name of the agency and FBI to discreetly download ransomware, locking the victim's files.
In addition to a $150 discount on its recently-launched Surface Laptop, Microsoft is also offering $150 off its new $999 Surface Pro tablet, when purchased with a Signature Type Cover.
Alcatel's parent company, TCL, has slashed another $50 off the IDOL 4S with Windows 10, reducing its price to $224.99, including a VR headset. The same device is priced at $470 on the Microsoft Store.
Microsoft had been offering $300 off HP's Windows 10 Mobile flagship with the Desk Dock accessory, but it's now reduced that discount to $200. That's still a lot less than its price at HP.com.
WikiLeaks has been busy since the start of the year continuing to publish information on digital exploits and malware supposedly used by the US government to target and spy on our phones and laptops.
Microsoft is receiving a considerable amount of public backlash after it suspended a cop's Xbox Live account for 24 hours for using a photo of a police officer holding a US flag as his Gamerpic.
Google has unveiled Hire, an app that provides a recruiting platform aimed towards small- and medium-sized US businesses. Hire appears to be a direct competitor to Microsoft's LinkedIn platform.
Speaking at the National Governors Association 2017 Summer Meeting, Elon Musk argued that AI needs to be regulated "before it's too late" and that it is the biggest threat to our civilization.
With the digital revolution in full swing, hospitals have started rolling out iPads to their patients as a measure to increase productivity and as a way to give more data access to its patients.
According to acting CBP commissioner Kevin McALeenan, border officials can search your phone but not look at your cloud data. You can also refuse to unlock your device, but it may be detained.
For one day only, Microsoft is offering 29% off its Surface Pro 4 with an Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM and 256GB of storage. At $849, it costs the same as the tablet with half the RAM and storage.
The United States government has lifted its controversial laptop ban on Turkish Airlines, Etihad Airways, and Emirates Airline. The ban on tablets and e-book readers is lifted as well.
The $79.99 Microsoft Arc Mouse is the same as the Surface Arc Mouse, but it's only available in black. The $49.99 Modern Mouse is the same as the Surface Mouse, but... nope, they're identical.
Microsoft has slashed $150 off the most affordable model in its Surface Book range, featuring an Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage - but not the dGPU available on some models.
Microsoft quietly revealed the Modern Keyboard with Fingerprint ID last month, and it's now available to buy in the US, priced at $129.99. However, its new Modern Mouse is still 'coming soon'.
With yesterdays launch of the Honor 9 in Europe priced at €430/£380, Eva Wimmers, VP of Honor Global said there are no plans to launch in the U.S. but didn't rule it out, saying it's "early days".
HMD Global has announced that the Nokia 6 - its mid-range handset with a Snapdragon 430 processor, 3GB RAM and 32GB storage - will go on sale in the United States in July, priced at $229.
Samsung is offering $100 off unlocked Galaxy S8 and S8+ handsets, plus an additional $200 towards that purchase when you trade in "any iOS or Android" phone. (Bad luck, Windows phone owners.)
Microsoft and its retail partners are gradually running out of stock of original Surface Book models, paving the way for more sales of its newer (and pricier) Performance Base versions.
The US announced last March a ban on the use of devices larger than smartphones on flights originating from certain Middle Eastern countries but one user circumvented it through the use of HoloLens.
Sony's new mobile flagship has a Snapdragon 835 processor, 5.5-inch HDR display with 4K resolution, 4GB RAM, 64GB storage, and a 19MP rear camera that can record super-slow-motion video at 960fps.
Microsoft unveiled the Surface Arc Mouse alongside the Surface Laptop in May, in three colors matching the new Windows 10 S notebook - and now, it's opened pre-orders for the Microsoft Arc Mouse too.
A poll conducted by Mozilla and Ipsos shows that most Americans are in favour of net neutrality rules. What's interesting is that both Republican and Democrat supporters favour net neutrality.
The Xperia Touch will launch in the US this month for $1,700 - a significant sum to pay for the portable Android 7.0 projector that, according to Sony, offers just one hour of battery life.
The Department of Homeland Security confirmed that there was no laptop ban planned for flights coming from Europe. This decision comes after weeks of negotiations between the Trump admin and Europe.
The demand for Nintendo's latest console has been tremendous with the Switch selling over 900,000 units in March. It also became the best-selling console in the US for April selling 280,000 units.
Some leaked internal Microsoft documents have revealed some rather interesting details about Xbox One owners in the US, such as the fact that 58% gamers are male, whereas 42% are female.
Having trailed carrier rollouts of the OS upgrade, it appears that Android 7.0 Nougat is finally being made available to unlocked Samsung Galaxy S7 handsets in the US as an over-the-air update.
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.
BlackBerry has announced pricing details in the US and Canada for its new KEYone handset. The device was originally due to launch this month, but its release was pushed back until May.
Microsoft is now offering up to 21% off select models in its Surface Pro 4 range, a day after ending its last deal, in which it was giving away a free Surface Dock with each of its tablets.
Usually priced at $249, the NuVision tablet is now available for $149, including a 'digital pen' and a free sleeve. It also has an Intel Atom x5 processor, microHDMI port, Miracast support, and more.
After launching the PS4 Slim in North America last year with 500GB of storage, Sony has announced that it will begin selling the console with a 1TB hard drive this month, for the same price.
After its European release earlier this month, Samsung has begun rolling out the Nougat update to its Galaxy Tab S2 tablets in the US, including the latest Android security patches for April.
Just over a month after it was released, HTC has already cut 20% off its range-topping U Ultra, reducing it to $599. It's offering savings of up to $300 on other handsets in its range too.
The latest smartphone sales market share data from Kantar Worldpanel shows further gains for Android in many key markets, with iOS holding steady - except in China - while Windows phone sales plummet.