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Amazon’s Kindle e-readers and tablets have been able to play music for years, and there are a few ways to move your listening library to a new device.
The hacker, Vladimir Anikeyev, admitted his guilt in illegally gaining access to the private data of a number of targets, including high-ranking officials, according to news reports.
Several automakers aim to change the shopping experience with fixed prices, after-sale care and even ways to avoid the dealership altogether.
Google Cloud Chief Diane Greene predicts Google's expanding, advance cloud services will soon place it among the Gartner designated leaders.
Data center infrastructure management is a new form of automation, minimizing some legacy system drawbacks.
There can be some nasty budget surprises in what seems like a simple, low-priced, SaaS business intelligence offering designed for non-technical users.
The hip-hop producer has a new album, aptly named “Grateful”; a new baby; and new endorsement offers “all the time.” Here is how he stays grounded.
Instagram can perpetuate harmful ideas about the perfect body — but it can also inspire us with bodies that are more like our own.
Drivers’ trip receipts contain signs that the ride-hailing service deducted hundreds of millions of dollars from drivers’ earnings in New York to pay state taxes.
Fine jewelry, swimsuits and cocktail dresses are among the many items you can live with free for a while till it’s time to pay up or wrap up.
But Choe Sang-Hun, The New York Times’s Korea correspondent, wishes that his iPhone could record phone conversations.
An environment in which entrepreneurs go hat-in-hand for financing from venture capitalists can be easily exploited.
It is the first mainstream automaker to sound the death knell of the traditional engine, saying that starting in 2019 all the models it introduces will be either hybrids or powered solely by batteries.
How big of a deal is artificial intelligence? Microsoft researcher James McCaffrey explains AI's origins and why we can expect profound effects from it.
Even if you have a laptop with the newer USB-C connections, you can find cables and adapters to hook up your small screen with a big monitor.
The carriers joined Etihad Airlines, which was cleared over the weekend, in receiving an exemption to the restrictions on electronic devices.
The Japanese company, which is trying to diversify its business, is said to be preparing to announce a $900 million deal to acquire the American testing company Ambry Genetics.
It may be time to rethink where you want to support a big data initiative.
Finding data sources is only the first step in a successful data analytics strategy. After that, the hard work begins.
Data about IT attitudes toward customer privacy provides a wake-up call to IT professionals, their companies, and their customers.