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An event at the White House on Monday was closely watched for the Trump administration’s ability to gather leaders in the tech realm.
If Google’s browser trips up trying to install a new version, check your system and settings before reinstalling the software.
Amazon Wardrobe, part of the Prime service and part of the company’s effort to expand in apparel, will let customers order three to 15 items of clothing without buying it.
While hackers haven't put big companies out of business, there are plenty of examples of companies that failed because they were slow to respond to tech-driven market shifts.
Why businesses should work to spread DevOps benefits across their entire organization.
Timothy Cook, Jeff Bezos and Eric Schmidt were among 18 tech executives at a forum held by an administration they have had conflicts with.
The carmaker wants potential employees to download an app with a series of puzzles it says will test for the engineering skills it hopes to bring in.
Researchers find that drones carrying heart defibrillators can reach cardiac arrest victims quicker than ambulances.
Ethereum, a digital currency network that is winning over tech geeks and big companies, may soon surpass Bitcoin, its inspiration. Or it may fizzle.
Artificial intelligence projects take time, effort, data, and expertise to build a meaningful system. Having the right ecosystem in place will ensure companies are prepared for it.
New traps that use infrared beams to identify insects are helping researchers capture more of the disease-carrying insects they need.
Communicating through animated GIF files is a popular form of self-expression, and you don’t have to look far to find images to share.
Ms. Huffington, a founder of The Huffington Post who joined Uber’s board last year, has been helping fill a leadership void at the troubled company.
The authorities will deliver reports to the government on Tuesday on whether the American conglomerate should be allowed to buy Sky, a satellite giant.
Apple’s culture of reverence and secrecy is no match for Brian Merchant in “The One Device: The Secret History of the iPhone.”
The country is cracking down on the use of encryption for instant messaging, as well as on potentially extremist material that circulates across social media.
There are several options for those companies that want a public cloud environment but also want to keep compute gear in house.
To prepare for IoT, companies need to take advantage of big data and advanced analytics, and adapt their culture, so they are ready for the transformation.
The company says it wants to quickly identify and pull down videos promoting terrorism. It will also make offensive videos harder to find.