Your next corporate computer may not be a traditional computer at all: it may well be a tablet or a hybrid laptop/tablet combo. Here's why.
There’s a lot of speculation surrounding the iPhone 8. Here's how it can live up to the hype.
Is Apple about to replace Touch ID in its next iPhone?
When it comes to tracking down the bad actors behind malware and ransomware, cybersecurity firms are turning to linguists.
Technology leaders share their tips for hiring a diverse IT workforce.
Bringing in multiple points of view is critical to business and IT success.
Network World's Brandon Butler checks in from Las Vegas, where this week's Cisco Live is under way. The big story: Cisco's efforts to move from hardware to software, security and "intent-based networking."
In as little as four hours, the bad guys can reverse engineer a software patch for an open-source content management system (CMS) and build an exploit capable of turning millions of websites into spammers, malware hosts or DDoS attackers. A German project aims to beat the bad guys to it, without a patch.
iPhone turns 10 years old this week, and it’s starting to contemplate its existence.
Businesses dragging their heels over rolling out TLS 1.2 on their website might have an excuse to delay a little longer: Version 1.3 of the TLS (Transport Layer Security) encryption protocol will be finalized later this year, and early deployments of it are already under way.
Lenovo is taking on Dell EMC and HPE with its biggest portfolio refresh since it acquired IBM's x86 server business three years ago, offering a lineup of servers, switches, SAN arrays and converged systems intended to show that it's a serious contender in the data center and software-defined infrastructure market.
It's not just the folks at AMD who hope that that the company's Epyc server processor, officially launched Tuesday, will break Intel's stranglehold on the data-center chip market.
You'll find PCs and PC hardware everywhere you turn at E3 2017.
Bungie's Destiny 2 is coming to PCs, and it looks absolutely glorious running at 60 frames per second and 4K resolution.
Call of Duty: WWII returns to its roots to shake up a stale series.
Intel's WiGig-powered add-on eliminates VR's wires without introducing latency.
The brief Need for Speed Payback demo at EA Play is heavy on scripting, short on street racing.
We go hands-on with Star Wars Battlefront II's singleplayer and multiplayer.
Before the advent of sensors in cars, phones, thermostats, refrigerators and factory-floor devices, information technology and operational technology were two different worlds. The Internet of Things is changing that.
Do you know your MDM from MAM and EMM? It's all about BYOD, and how companies can keep data safe while making it easier for workers to be productive with their own devices.
The staff goes Full Nerd on 18-core CPUs, Intel VROC, Nvidia's amazing Max-Q and the Radeon shortage
At its Discover conference this week, HPE is pulling back the curtains on firmware security and advances in software-defined IT aimed to reduce costs and increase system flexibility for its users and help it stay ahead of competitors in next-generation infrastructure.
Andy Rubin's Essential Phone is a gorgeous testament to lofty design and performance. But can it avoid falling into the traps that doomed other phones?
If Microsoft really wants to call the Surface Pro (2017) a laptop, it's going to need to do more than play with words.