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Cloud and open source advocate Sam Ramji, vice president for product management for the Google Cloud Platform, provides a sneak peek into his Interop ITX keynote.
Photographs showed two pages the Facebook chief executive used to prepare his testimony on Capitol Hill, including answers to unasked questions.
When it comes to customer service automation, don't think robots can do it all. They need to work in combination with human staffers.
Rebekah and Robert Mercer, the conservative donors behind Cambridge Analytica, are trying to limit damage to their nascent empire and deflect scrutiny from their business endeavors.
The effort seeks to support the agency administrator’s first-class travel and 24-hour security detail, even on a personal trip to Disneyland.
We fact checked what Facebook’s chief executive is telling lawmakers in congressional hearings about the social network’s responsibilities to users and more.
Facebook’s chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, began the first of two marathon hearings, answering tough questions on the company’s mishandling of data in a series of debacles over the past year.
The social network revealed that the harvesting of people’s Facebook data was not limited to public profile information.
The Facebook C.E.O. wore a suit and tie to testify before Congress instead of his usual gray T-shirt. Here’s why it mattered.
Facebook’s “post tabs” try to keep you in the conversation your friends are having about your posts, but you can turn off the tabs.
Cognitive computing, AI, machine learning, and deep learning are often used to describe the same thing, when they actually differ. We explain what the differences are so you can better understand how the pieces fit together.
Data management cloud and enterprise software vendor Informatica has seen a surge in interest for data catalog as organizations grapple with the looming GDPR deadline and data privacy issues. Here's what else the company's CEO sees as big trends in data for 2018.
Dabbling in the cloud rather than having a cloud strategy with assigned responsibilities is a step toward disaster.
The meetings were part of an effort by Mr. Zuckerberg to get ahead of a week of intense scrutiny for him and his company, Facebook.
Appearing for the first time before a congressional committee, the Facebook founder is likely to be asked about privacy, Russian meddling, fake news and more.
More than 20 organizations are joining forces to file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission.
Uber said customers’ trips on pedal-assist bikes in a San Francisco pilot program covered almost the same distance as an average car ride.
The Australian rust belt city of Adelaide wants to replicate the same innovation model that has revived American cities like Chattanooga and Pittsburgh.
Many financial institutions offer fraud alerts by text, but if you’re not sure the message is real, call the company directly or check your account online.
Southwest Airlines operates a fleet of 700 aircraft flying 4,000 flights a day. Here's how it uses analytics to manage all the complexity that comes with that.