Here's how IT can get ready for the coming robotics revolution at work -- and avoid messing up a big move to the cloud.
CSO's Joan Goodchild and Steve Ragan discuss some of the latest security news, including how the FBI director inadvertently (or on purpose?) revealed his Twitter ID and what the new regulations regarding ISPs being able to sell your private data without your consent really entails.
A new survey indicates that mobile network connectivity problems top the list of complaints for mobile-related trouble tickets at enterprises. Network World's Keith Shaw chats via Skype with NetMotion Software CEO Christopher Kenessey about the survey and what this means for future mobile app rollouts.
I never thought I would love holding a 6.2-inch phone, but here we are.
Recent studies have found that iPhone users are a unique bunch. Are we smarter but less honest? Here are some personality traits they are more likely to have than their Android counterparts.
Luxe to the nth degree, the Modular 45 is also endlessly customizable. But prices for this Android Wear 2.0 watch range from $1,650 to "if you have to ask..."
Computerworld's Matt Hamblen, just back from Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, details the big announcements from the show. Hint: It's about more than just smartphones.
CIO.com senior writer, Sarah White digs into recent research to look at the impact employee engagement has on your business and the economy as a whole.
Matt Gangwer, CTO of Rook Security and Ryan O'Leary, VP of Threat Research Center and Tech Support at WhiteHat Security join CSO Online's Steve Ragan to talk about the evolution of ransomware, and what companies need to do to combat it.
Proud of your phone's 240fps slow motion mode? The Xperia XZ Premium makes it look like a toy.
The elegant dress watch appeal of the original Huawei Watch is gone, and in its place is a plasticky sports watch.
Motorola's new super-affordable phones are making a run at the "best budget phone" crown again.
LG has made good use of the G6's 18:9 aspect display in its camera software. Here's a quick first look.
Samsung's new Galaxy Books amplifies a critical weakness in the company's strategy of using multiple OSes across its devices.
After a string of solid phones weighed down by gimmicky features, LG goes for a solid but predictable experience with its new flagship.
From toothbrushes to high-end medical imaging equipment, Philips is offering its consumer and business customers access to more data through Internet of Things-type sensors.
Our tech trio takes a look at the latest in solar tech -- panels being installed on water -- checks in on the state of VR and offers kudos to the new Super Bowl champs.
While Google has spent the past year trying to woo enterprises to its G Suite productivity service, it’s still the underdog compared to Microsoft Office, at least among large businesses. So what’s keeping it from broader appeal?
Most reviewers said the MacBook Pro's battery life was great. Many users said the MacBook Pro's battery life was terrible, and Consumer Reports agreed until it changed its mind. Who's right? We ran a bunch of benchmarks to find out.
Microsoft and Wall Street are in love with Microsoft's software and services, especially Office 365 and Azure. a closer look at the numbers reveals problems with here problems with Microsoft's hardware business that should be rooted out?
Rumor has it that iOS 10.3 is giving us a new Theater Mode for texting while at the movies. But will this feature cause more harm than good?
GeForce Now for the Shield TV and GeForce Now for PCs and Macs are two wildly different services for streaming PC games to you devices, despite the similar names.
Less than one percent of phones are running the latest version of Android, but the Pixel could be the first step toward changing all that.
The second-gen Shield console is brimming with handy tweaks, updates, and new features that weren't mentioned during Nvidia's CES 2017 keynote.
This is the processor that will power most of the high-end Android phones this year, and it sounds pretty good.