Commentary: Organizers claim "alt-left terrorist groups" have threatened their "peaceful" march planned for Saturday.
NetApp put together a solid first quarter and appears to be executing well.
Cisco's revenue fell for the seventh straight quarter.
Three developments in the European tech market are central to Forrester's latest forecast.
A J.D. Power study found that AT&T was the only major carrier to beat the industry average in wireless customer purchase experience.
Amid a flurry of CEO resignations following the Charlottesville, Virginia, tragedy, Trump tweets that he's doing away with two of his advisory councils.
Yes, Kaspersky Lab works with government law enforcement agencies, just like American ones do. The company denies any wrongdoing with its work with Russia's government.
Soon, you can use Google's smart speaker to call your contacts.
The chipmaker buys Scyfer as part of a plan to bring artificial intelligence to devices, cars and machines.
Commentary: Have you ever considered the effects of beach sand on your phone? Samsung says it has. But on what basis?
The expanded waistline could make wireless charging a thing according to one report.
The ride-hailing company reportedly disobeys regulators' orders and is forced to temporarily shutter its service.
With a new partnership with Zeiss optics, HMD Global brings a unique dual camera experience with advanced audio recording capability that is designed to capture the world around you.
Commentary: The flagship Nokia 8’s livestreaming and split-screen view option gives the Snapchat and Instagram crowd a new phone to consider.
You like taking selfies and regular photos. Get you a phone that can do both... at the same time.
The grille is unfortunate, but the rest of it is pretty slick.
Rolling out globally, users will be able to get their questions answered within local business listings on Google Maps and mobile search.
It's tough for a startup to launch a new smartphone, but this one has Andy Rubin behind it, so there is potential. Shipping three months after first promised doesn't help it, though.
Amazon will begin doling out cash to developers who build Alexa skills with high customer engagement metrics.
What's up in data cataloging, data lake management, hybrid- and cloud-ready databases, and business intelligence and analytics? Here's my biannual take via Constellation ShortLists.
Apple is set to spend $1 billion on programming, Google helps you avoid allergy attacks and one venture capital firm is looking to diversify tech.
OK Google, call Mom.
Now you can call any person or business from your Google Home, like the world's smartest speakerphone.
Online chats combined with video is coming to the fore as the ultimate business collaboration tool because it provides the most efficient way to share ideas and information.
After months of development with Docker Community Edition releases, Docker Enterprise Edition 17.06 is now generally available.
Startup Back to the Roots makes a self-cleaning, plant-growing aquaponic fish tank.
A study from security awareness vendor KnowBe4 surveyed IT professionals' views on new NIST guidance that advocates the use of longer passwords.
The latest enhancements to Salesforce Community Cloud include new user interface design tools designed to let companies of any size create customized online communities faster.
It’s not designed to remind you of an insect, though. It’s meant to bring robot hacking to the masses.
The Public Cloud giant announces new services and new customers as Amazon Web Services continues to expand.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Amazon Web Services continues to add new data services to help smooth the way for its enterprise customers to move their mission critical databases to the cloud.
The latest preview version of Android Things also gives developers a look at the new support for technologies such as the OpenGL graphics library and WebView for displaying web content.
Upgrade from the basic spiral bound with one of these stylish notebooks.
The joint venture partners continue to battle in court as Toshiba pushes to unilaterally invest in a memory fabrication facility separately from its partnership with Western Digital.
DAILY VIDEO: Facebook launches social Network assault on TV with Watch; Google launches new website to help explain its GDPR controls; Oracle churns out a flock of new cloud applications; and there's more.
Only one product line. Not many features. And a blueprint for every smart home company out there.
A new concept from startup Ori makes shape-shifting furniture transforms your living space on demand.
When people take photos of things they’re interested in, they tend to focus on those things more intently.
This week: Disney ditches Netflix, bundles await, and Facebook makes TV now.
This song will jump to the top of your iPhone's library. It's just 10 minutes of silence.
The $10 per month MoviePass subscription is not welcome in AMC's theaters, but can they legally stop it?
The adapter is 3D printed and makes it possible for Switch games to be played using just one hand.
This isn't related to the data leak a few weeks ago, it looks to be an accidental early airing that inevitably got recorded.
No need to download an app or plug-in. Just head over to Sling.com on Chrome, sign in to your account, and click 'Watch Now.'
It's currently in the prototyping stage, but already works well from the video footage released.
Santa Monica's Hack the Beach competition invites hackers to use city data to solve local problems. We talked to Vyki Englert, whose team won the contest in 2015.
See what your Doc looks like without comments or suggested edits; and accept or reject all edit suggestions at once in Docs
Public Wi-Fi Hotspots can be a hacker's paradise. Following these basic security tips can mean the difference between safe surfing and an identity-theft or data-loss nightmare.
For now, calls will show up on the recipient's phone as "Unknown" or "No Caller ID" unless you have Google Voice or Project Fi.
Amazon says it collects state sales taxes in 45 U.S. states and Washington, D.C.