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Here's what you can expect to be announced during the WWDC keynote on Monday, June 5.
IDG.tv's Jimmy Conrad explores two of SXSW's many art installations: TRIPH by Circus Family, and toki #2 by Akinori Goto.
We'll be live-blogging Apple's event, but you can also watch it live on your iPad, iPhone, Apple TV, Mac...even a PC.
Mark your calendars for Sept. 7 at 10 a.m. Pacific, when Apple will unveil the iPhone 7—and possibly the Apple Watch 2—at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco.
Can Facebook succeed where Google Glass failed?
Puppies, people in banana costumes, and Game of Thrones tried to activate the crowds at South by Southwest Interactive. Did they succeed?
CIO.com's Rich Hein talks with CIOs and IT leaders at CIO Perspectives in Atlanta to uncover the biggest challenges facing IT leadership when navigating the waters of digital transformation.
Smartwatches and driverless cars got real as the tech world buckled down for revolution in 2015.
If there was just one take-away from Oracle co-CEO Mark Hurd at the company's OpenWorld show this week, it was that Oracle has now fully arrived at the cloud party and is ready to take a leading role. Whether that can happen, however, is entirely up to customers -- and their buy-in is far from guaranteed.
Microsoft's cloud successes buoyed the company through its last quarter, which was otherwise a mixed financial bag.
These inspiring, sometimes frightening presentations detail how technologies from bionics to big data to machine learning will change our world for good or ill -- and sooner than you might think.
Enterprise software and services vendor Pivotal Software on Tuesday announced that company CEO Paul Maritz is stepping down and will be replaced by Rob Mee, a cofounder of Pivotal Labs who has most recently served as executive vice president of products and R&D for the firm.
Researchers are trying to figure out factors that affect the life of solar panels.
The Federal Aviation Administration has zeroed in on a recent upgrade at a radar facility
Drone users face hazards in disaster zones but the machines can help with humanitarian relief
HTC is forming new business groups to focus on virtual reality and connected lifestyle products
Built with carbon nanotubes, these electronics can be run over, hammered and laundered without harm
138 pilots reported seeing drones at altitudes of up to 10,000 feet during June
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