The new decree may make life easier for travelers, but certainly not for airlines.
Parallels Toolbox for Windows is a suite of more than 20 time-saving, single-purpose tools that let you complete common computing tasks -- in just one click.
Telegram's founder Pavel Durov registered the company so it works in Russia's "legal framework," but won't succumb to pressure to hand over user data.
Samsung has added the rose pink colour to the Galaxy S8 Plus, while the S8 gets Coral Blue.
The pay TV provider has extended its list of targeted domain names to include an additional 73 domains associated with The Pirate Bay and Torrentz.
The annual worldwide sale comes to Mexico, China and India for the first time this year.
Coins vs. jet engine. Coins win.
Qualcomm has unveiled its latest ultrasonic fingerprint solution at Mobile World Congress Shanghai that can be embedded under the display with Chinese phone maker Vivo the first to use it.
Senators worry the Moscow-based cybersecurity software company may be vulnerable to "Russian government influence," Reuters reports.
A WA Auditor General's report probed applications at five government entities and found none were completely satisfying his information security benchmark, with the Chemistry Centre's passwords easily cracked.
The 6D gets an articulated touchscreen LCD.
It's a little bigger than its predecessor, but the EOS Rebel SL2, but with four years of essential updates to cram in, it's not surprising.
Security experts have said the Petya malware is out to irrecoverably wipe information, not hold to it to ransom.
The US Homeland Security Department opts for enhanced security measures over expanding a ban on laptops in the passenger cabins of planes.
In the SD-WAN race, every horse believesit has some form of "special sauce". Picking a winner looks tough. Looks like I am going to need a few more jockeys.
North Atlantic alliance is moving cyber into the domain of the military, alongside land, sea, and air capabilities.
7,500 fines have already been cancelled across the state in the wake of the WannaCry ransomware.
The ride-hailing startup seeks to distance itself from allegations it conspired to steal confidential documents on self-driving car technology.
A new card format aims to make it easier to browse through news and adds tags that label a story's context, publisher and whether it's one of the most fact-checked stories of the day.
The most famous little submarine in the world has returned from a 110-mile-plus journey, bringing back heaps of ocean temperature data from the Antarctic.
Meeting Owl provides inclusive experience for remote workers with simultaneous intelligent focus on active speakers and a panoramic view of the room.
McAfee Labs June threat report finds that new ransomware malware variants continue to emerge and diversify.
The European Union's $2.7 billion antitrust fine by itself will hardly cripple Google's global search business, but it is in the position of having to find a way to continue doing business in Europe while accommodating tiny local competitors.
Google and others have argued that applying one country's rules globally on internet content is a threat to global free expression.
The Petya ransomware attack hits Ukraine the hardest, but overall the impact in the U.S and other nations has been limited compared to the WannaCry malware outbreak in May.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Despite repeated warnings and the experience last month provided by the WannaCry ransomware, organizations that failed to prepare for known threats found they were most subject to the Petya malware.
Aiming to broaden the reach of its Einstein artificial intelligence software, Salesforce is rolling out tools it says enable developers to create a new generation of AI-enabled software.
Nutanix also announced new partnerships with Google and oil and gas searcher Schlumberger. Google Cloud will become a key user of Nutanix Calm, the new operating system.
DAILY VIDEO: FBI reports $1.33B in online victim Losses; BEC tops list of attacks; Cisco, Apple extend mobile-networking partnership into security; IBM, Cisco team up for new on-premises, hybrid cloud object storage; and there's more.
Canadian company releases new analytics service, which optimizes public-cloud and on-premises virtual infrastructure, and updates its entire corporate image at the same time.
Petya has affected more than 12,500 machines in Ukraine alone, and spread to another 64 countries, including Belgium, Brazil, Germany, Russia, and the US.
As Intel starts shipping SSDs containing 64-layer chips, Western Digital prepares their replacement for next year.
Facebook's staggering growth has come with some controversial new features, including live video and pervasive advertising.
Microsoft this week revealed which titles are headed to the Game Pass catalog and Games with Gold lineup next month.
Qualcomm unveiled new fingerprint sensors that can be placed beneath a phone's display and will even recognize a print underwater.
Hosting a party? Google Photos can now automatically detect the best shots you take and suggest who to share them with.
Before Cassini goes out like a gangsta, check out these images from its 20-year mission.
The dating app on Wednesday introduced a new members-only service called Tinder Gold, which lets you see who likes you before you swipe, among other perks.
Twitch's Facebook-like social feed is coming to the mobile app, along with the ability to broadcast live video directly from your phone's camera.
US authorities will require airlines and foreign airports to implement tougher screening procedures for electronic devices instead of banning them on more flights.