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When the IBM Watson Personality API analyzed these female tech leader's words, it identified nine traits as being most dominant.
The episode of “Patriot Act With Hasan Minhaj,” which critiques the crown prince, was blocked from streaming in the country after the government complained that it violated cybercrime laws.
Even as Facebook, Google and others confronted challenges in 2018, their ambitions were undimmed. After all, so much of life remains undisrupted.
The transition to new fifth-generation cellular networks, known as 5G, will affect how you use smartphones and many other devices. Let’s talk about the essentials.
The Commerce Department is considering national security restrictions on artificial intelligence. Some worry they could stunt the industry in the U.S.
New technologies promise business results, but rollouts can be risky. Here's how CIOs can reduce adoption risk, close skill gaps and keep teams happy.
A busy year in space just ended, and this one will be full of new highlights in orbit and beyond.
Some doctors warn that Facebook is becoming an arbiter of users’ mental distress without proving that its efforts are accurate, effective or safe.
A former military airfield in Belgium will be used to test technology and help regulators set rules for delivery by unmanned flying devices.
Humu, a Silicon Valley start-up, applies data-driven lessons in human resources to the goal of improving employee satisfaction.
The hottest toy of the year was a glittering, baby-pink plastic suitcase that we buy without knowing what’s inside.
For all the market research numbers floating around about cloud computing, what is missing is advice on what IT organizations should be doing with IaaS, SaaS, and other cloud concepts.
Where is your data when you need it? Edge computing offers an alternative to processing all data in the cloud or the data center.
A federal regulator is under attack for what critics say is a systemic failure to police tech giants and their vast appetite for personal data.
Malware was focused on networks used by Tribune Publishing, former owner of The Los Angeles Times. It was the first known attack on newspaper printing operations.
Dr. Roberts worked with other engineers to create the underpinnings of the Arpanet, making many crucial decisions. But his work did not make him rich.