Google today announced yet another round of price cuts for its cloud computing platform, as well as a new instance type that will allow businesses to save even more on some of their cloud computing tasks.
A hand that's got an implanted RFID chip, that is For many of us, our smartphones are an integral part of our being, containing not just everything we need to communicate but depths of personal information,
We all know Apple is the most valuable company in the world. But for the first time, the company has not only the largest market cap, but also the largest sales, profits, and assets among the world’s technology
The chips inside driverless cars will be as powerful as those used in some supercomputers, according to Danny Shapiro, senior director of automotive at Nvidia The car of the future will be the most powerful
Google's getting ready to face Amazon and eBay, according to The Wall Street Journal, and will be adding buy buttons directly to its search results. You'll see those buttons accompanying sponsored results
It's no secret that luxury designers see Chinese online stores as a haven for fake goods, but they're now taking concerted action to shut down these less-than-official outlets. Kering, the parent company
Did a well-known computer security researcher endanger public safety by hacking into aircraft control systems? The FBI has asked a federal court in New York for a warrant to search the electronic devices
Banks are supposed to be among our safest institutions. An enormous privacy breach has compromised the bank accounts of 83 million JPMorgan Chase customers, including 76 million households, spilling out
Even though video game consoles are aiming to try and become “living room PCs” in this new era of tech, they’re starting to face challenges from cheaper alternatives offering many of the same services.
Marriott International Inc. must pay a $600,000 fine for using technology to block visitors at a Nashville hotel from using their personal hotspot devices, the Federal Communications Commission announced
When colleges are re-ranked by how graduates do in the job market, only a few of the conventionally prestigious schools make the top of the list. LinkedIn mined its massive dataset of professionals to