Software as a service was the key to lockdown working, but as we start to leave our homes other innovations will have a role to play.
Graphcore, the four-year-old startup based in Bristol, England, has a chip that takes the kinds of math that a neural network processes and splits them across 1,216 tiny computers, each of which does its work in parallel with its brethren. The company believes its chip makes new kinds of AI possible.
Microsoft adds a message on the Windows Update page to let users know if they're eligible for the Windows 10 May 2020 update.
Leaked data contains email addresses, site admin passwords, and .onion domain private keys.
While Apple's AirPods and the new Google Pixel Buds are solid headphones, Jabra has a track record of providing one of the best options for truly wireless earbuds. As promised, Jabra just released a major update for the Elite 75t and Elite Active 75t that propels these earbuds back to the top of my wireless headset list.
Stack Overflow's latest survey of 65,000 software developers tracks attitudes towards DevOps, languages, frameworks, as well as the state of their jobs.
ST Engineering and National University of Singapore are looking to tap quantum cryptography technology to build network encryption tools, so these will be ready to mitigate security risks that may emerge when quantum computing becomes mainstream.
Powerbeats Pro offer all of the same features as AirPods, just in a different form factor and with fitness in mind.
Learning from challenges in some of the toughest deserts in the world, an ultra marathoner and high endurance athlete teaches us to embrace adversity and uncertainty, and to come out on the other side mentally stronger and resilient.
The post-COVID-19 world is a data-driven world. Capturing all the data, in all its forms and formats, whether enterprises know they need it or not, is the new normal to survive.
The experimental feature creates a two-metre bubble displayed on top of your real environment.
After a much-hype debut, the excitement around the UK's coronavirus contact-tracing app has dipped. What happened?
The UK is the first country outside the US to join the COVID-19 High Performance Computing consortium, which provides access to the world's fastest supercomputers for work on tackling the pandemic.
The notorious information-stealing trojan is one of the most prolific forms of malware out there - and has evolved yet again.
Apple's new iPhone SE with 4.7-inch screen starts at $399 but a refurbished iPhone XR with 6.1-inch screen is $499.
Twitter says that Donald Trump has violated Twitter rules regarding glorification of violence.
DDoS-for-hire and Trojan-related searches are on the agency’s radar.
Are Twitter and the president headed for war? Or even the courts? No, it's just another lovers' tiff. Isn't it?
Security without cameras and listening in on people.
Microsoft details the features it's no longer working on in Windows 10 and those it's removed in version 2004.