Continuing the expansion of its cloud computing business, Alibaba is setting up a second data center in Silicon Valley.
California Governor Jerry Brown has approved a digital privacy bill that protects people from government access to private electronic communications without a warrant.
Huawei doesn't plan to patch more than a dozen models of 3G routers that have severe software vulnerabilities.
Amazon Chief Technical Officer Werner Vogels told an audience at the company's Re:Invent conference in Las Vegas Wednesday that developing apps and services to leverage the cloud was the new normal. To that end, the company announced a whole slew of new features for its cloud that should help developers take advantage of it in one form or another.
Developing original TV programming like ‘House of Cards’ costs big bucks, and the streaming giant wants its customers to help with the financing.
Qualcomm has revealed its plans to enter the server CPU market with a custom processor based on a design from UK chip company ARM.
Amazon jumped into the managed IoT service market on Wednesday with the launch of a new platform.
Dell's next Automated Full-Time Equivalent software agent, now in the works, will incorporate cognitive intelligence such as self-healing, self-service and predictive analytics.
Users of Microsoft's Office for Mac 2016 who upgraded to OS X 10.11, aka El Capitan, have become increasingly frustrated by repeated crashes of the Office apps.
Microsoft's foray into notebooks with the Surface Book is certain to tick off its computer-making partners, but there's little they can do except to grin and bear it.
Microsoft appears to have clarified when Windows 10 Mobile will formally be released, both on new devices and on updates for older phones.
Happier drivers might mean better service for Lyft users.
The newest Android keyboard taps into neural network technology, which tries to work similarly to a human brain.
The new fee is coming in November for those still clinging to their old plans.
Microsoft's Surface Book turns heads, EU invalidates Safe Harbor and Jack Dorsey is Twitter's new CEO. Follow host Nick Barber on Twitter @nickjb.
Microsoft has bolstered Power BI several times already since the business intelligence application became generally available in late July, but on Thursday, it announced a particularly interesting partnership with Alteryx, provider of a platform for data blending and analytics.