Among all of the streaming services out there, Netflix and Hulu are among the best. But how to choose
Somewhere out there in the deepness of space is the object that is on course to cause the next
Nationwide hackathon this weekend encourages coders to use publicly available data to tackle problems ranging from poverty to poultry handling.<br
With $599 version of HTC One, Google responds to demand for more smartphones that have the stock version of Android
As smartphones upgrade to 1080p screens, tablets jump to 2560
Amazon Web Services is on track to be a $24 billion annual infrastructure-as-a-service supplier within a decade, Morgan Stanley says.
Doctor’s angry blog post calls attention to year-old law that would punish those who don’t meet Meaningful Use EHR criteria
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Google’s Sundar Pichai reveals why the company makes apps for Apple’s iPhone but not for Microsoft’s Windows Phone.<br style="clear: both"
Despite their many attempts, Intel has yet to make any significant progress in entering the Android world. A new
Learn lessons from the global financial company, which will be honored at the E2 Conference for social collaboration on a
Improving the way government shares data will make it more efficient — if IT commits to getting that work done.<br
There are a lot of people concerned about the camera on Google Glass, and how it could maybe be
A company called Gateway — no, another Gateway — recently released a video showing off a product for the Nintendo
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Double Fine is throwing another plea into the please-give-us-money engine in the form of Massive Chalice, a strategy RPG.
A report from the UN human rights investigator will urge the body to support the banning of “lethal autonomous
Worldwide server revenue drops 7.7% in Q1, says IDC. Dell, on the strength of its data center products, was the
British telco O2 plans deep worker cuts driven by a “contact deflection” plan to force customers to use online help,
Non-profit educational group Nesta addresses U.K.’s fading IT heritage through Make Things Do Stuff, a website that offers British teens