The Australian Federal Police bungled the only time it handled a journalist's metadata, with the feds asserting that they have never made any journalist warrant applications.
Here's your first chance to see Benicio del Toro and Laura Dern's characters, in costume.
If you asked me two years ago to invest in a private cloud startup company I wouldn't have believed it.
The Data Integration Partnership for Australia will create a central capability that will use data to form social, industry, environmental, and government efficiency policies.
Chip giant looks to boost uptake beyond Apple devices as it moves Thunderbolt 3 into the CPU.
Team Tactile, an all-woman band of MIT engineering undergrads, is working on a device that translates Braille in real time.
A chart, which comes from Tesla sales, shows details of the upcoming Model 3 electric car compared to its big brother, the Model S.
Big Blue has scooped up a AU$96 million contract from the Department of Human Services.
Windows will almost certainly never be open source, but virtually all Microsoft Windows engineers are now using the open-source program Git to build Windows on.
The beloved video game series "Castlevania" is coming to Netflix, and yes, there are whips and vampires.
Course work will teach app design to community college students interested in the app economy.
There's nothing official about this prototype or video, but Apple fans will eat it up anyway.
The social network is also trying to make the feature more visible on phones.
A cute guy and ugly weather. This CNET executive's love story shows rain is better than sand.
Roborace's Robocar made history by being the first autonomous car tested in Paris. And it's a race car to boot.
Facebook's original shows are going to feel familiar to anyone watching video already in your News Feed.
Businesses often win by centralizing resources and extracting value, and today's governments and financial systems empower them to do it. Blockchain changes the equation.
HP CEO Dion Weisler said Q2 marked the first time in seven years that revenue from both PC and printer sales increased over the same quarter.
For many organizations the threat of data breaches and data thefts caused by insiders is an even bigger worry than cyber-attacks by outsiders. Here are the steps IT managers should take to prevent data losses caused by insiders.
Eazor joins Rackspace after serving as CEO of EarthLink, where he led the company from dial-up services into new areas like cloud computing.
Here's everything you need to know about the secretive FBI's investigative powers.
The new Surface Pro hybrid tablet/laptop is support to replace the aging Surface Pro 4. But most of the enhancements are hidden away inside the device.
Beta release of Red Hat's flagship Linux platform adds support for Network Bound Disk Encryption and the USBGuard software framework, providing improved security.
Cylance expands its security platform with new threat hunting technology that provides visibility into endpoint risks.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Quantum computing's potential for cracking encryption worries the National Security Agency, so it is developing standards and strategies to support encryption in a post-quantum world.
Quick Base is establishing itself as a leading proponent of the citizen-development genre—even more so now since it was spun out of Intuit (as QuickBase) about a year ago.
The Istio, an open source microservices environment, will help developers manage, monitor and secure traffic between services, companies say.
The company's new artificial intelligence platform aims to bring intelligence and automation to complex business processes.
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A virtualized workspace is similar to a virtual desktop implementation except that the central processing is done in the cloud rather than in a data center.
Where does one turn when one's watchlist is slated for decimation? Rush to watch everything before the end of the month.
You'll need to have an iPhone 6s or newer or Google Pixel and pay T-Mobile $15 a month to insure your current handset, though.
Jamboard is Google's answer to the Microsoft Surface Hub. But does it have what it takes to compete with the category's pioneer device?
The full-year curriculum, available as a free download in Apple's iBooks Store, promises to teach students how to 'code and design fully functional apps,' Apple said.
Google's advertisers will soon be able to measure the success of their online campaigns based on credit card transaction data from physical stores.
Author Chuck Klosterman isn't convinced that technology changes everything for the better.
If you're also eyeing the Galaxy S8, Samsung will throw in the new camera for just $49.
A hack demonstrates that the iris scanner in Samsung's new flagship smartphone could unlock the device when presented with a photograph of the owner's eye.
Spark, DJI's smallest camera drone yet, can lift off from the palm of your hand and be controlled via hand gestures alone.
Expect to see Thunderbolt ports on many more computers, peripherals, and even VR headsets once Intel ends its royalty program next year.