Whether you're selling it, trashing it, or reusing it, that old computer of yours has a bunch of extremely private data stored inside. And there's a good chance that tossing files in the recycling bin
Hong Kong (CNN Business) — A growing number of smaller companies are adopting a four-day workweek. Now the results of a recent trial at Microsoft (MSFT) suggest it could work even for the biggest businesses.
Microsoft Japan has announced the results of its 4-day work week trial, and it will shock no-one to know the experiment was hugely popular with the company's employees. What may surprise people is that
In Mashable’s series Wasted, we dig into the myriad ways we’re trashing our planet. Because it’s time to sober up. My adventures in the deep, dark underworld of Tetra Pak cartons began with a simple question:
Formula One hopes it has found the formula to close the gap between teams fighting for championships and the cars bringing up the rear of the grid to create better and more compelling racing. Series officials
Design offices in Formula 1 teams, such as the one I work in as a senior aerodynamics engineer, face a tricky balancing act at this time of year. There is still some work going into the last few end-of-season
Celebrate ARPANET's 50th anniversary by learning how packets run the internet. Fifty years ago, the Advanced Research Projects Agency Network, which we lovingly refer to as ARPANET, went live, a packet-switching
Intel CEO Bob Swan said in an analyst call that the company is on target to return to a schedule of major manufacturing upgrades every 2 to 2.5 years. Intel took longer than usual to move from 14-nanometer
(CNN) — PSA for all the Area 51 stormers, chemtrail believers and climate change deniers: Edward Snowden has searched the depths of the US intelligence networks and can report the conspiracy theories not
One of the most important differences between the current and next generation consoles from Sony and Microsoft is that the PS5 and Project Scarlett will be equipped with very fast SSDs (solid state drives).
During the Cold War, Washington feared that Moscow was seeking to turn microwave radiation into covert weapons of mind control. More recently, the American military itself sought to develop microwave that