Android Wear 2.0 is a big improvement. Here are the things you'll want to do first to get acclimated.
The ESA finally takes the big step and opens E3 to the general public in an effort to staunch the flow of developers leaving.
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Accenture wants to help businesses use blockchain technologies more securely by locking away the encryption keys they use to sign transactions.
Evernote decided last year that it wanted to move away from running its own data centers and start using the public cloud to operate its popular note taking service.
Two watches co-designed by Google and LG highlight the new features of Android Wear 2.0, but only the larger model gets to take advantage of Android Pay.
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A wave of attacks that have recently affected banks and other enterprises used open-source penetration testing tools loaded directly into memory instead of traditional malware, making their detection much harder.
Facebook's Community Help feature lets you give or seek shelter, food, and other forms of assistance.
February security update includes a fix for an audio issue that affected some Pixel phones.
Office Insiders on the Mac's slow ring can tap away on the MacBook Pro's Touch Bar.
If the real thing is as good as the demo, every smart-home owner will want to install these all over the house.
Popular PC component maker Corsair is spreading its sails and expanding to full-blown computers with the itty-bitty Corsair One.
Arch Linux is just the first to stop offering a 32-bit (or i686) version; expect other mainstream Linux desktop distributions to follow suit.
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