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After years of complaints by privacy advocates, the company said it will stop the practice on its free email service to eliminate confusion around its advertising policies.
From his Queens apartment, Mr. Rainbow makes parody videos of himself interviewing political figures. He now has nearly 650,000 Facebook followers.
A ransomware demand of a Newark firm, carried out with stolen federal cyberweapons, was a smoke screen for a frightening crime with higher stakes.
WordPerfect for the Mac never made it to the 21st century, but you can use modern software to get back into those ancient files.
Geoffrey Hinton, a scientist at the heart of artificial intelligence’s recent breakthroughs, has helped make Toronto a leading research location.
While the traditional sys admin role may fade away, those who are willing to change can take an exciting journey with cloud and DevOps.
Forrester Research says competitive advantage will follow big data analytics' move to the cloud; join in, or get left behind.
More than 1,000 workers supported a petition asking the company’s board to bring back the former chief in an active role.
Also: a co-worker who hugs; a longtime best friend who wants a (big) loan; and a graduation announcement after a long silence.
The company said foreign production was needed to make its models more affordable overseas. Its plan for a plant would require a Chinese partner.
Deep learning takes a step beyond machine learning, and it's first killer app is computervision.
Travis Kalanick’s fall is instructive about the way the Silicon Valley start-up machine functions and the power venture capitalists still exercise.
The old Windows Briefcase tool for syncing files has been retired, but you can still keep your files up-to-date, with or without the web.
In May, a so-called ransomware attack hit computers in over 150 countries. But two weeks earlier, one security expert found something a lot worse.
European carmakers and suppliers are trying to build the computing capacity they will need as vehicles digitize and become driverless.
Vivienne Westwood, Dolce & Gabbana and Off-White rack up likes and new followers in London, Milan and Florence.
Homeland Security is introducing a $1.5 million contest to build artificial intelligence that can identify concealed items in body scans at airports.
Google is close but still no cigar when it comes to sharing the realm of the cloud leaders in the Gartner IaaS Magic Quadrant.