The French data protection authority has ordered Facebook to stop some transfers of personal data of its users to the U.S. and to change the way it handles the data of users and non-users visiting its website.
People testing out the public beta of Microsoft's Azure Stack private cloud system have some new platform services and DevOps tools to play with less than two weeks after it initially launched.
Say goodbye to that overclocking loophole in "non-K" Skylake CPUs. An update from Intel will shut it down, ending the cheap overclocking party.
The increasingly busy enterprise collaboration space got a new entry Monday with Prysm's new platform designed to support dispersed, multidevice workplaces.
If company CEOs can be replaced by computers, why not the president of the United States?
Microsoft's new site uses its Bing Predicts methodology to predict whether a given university will be invited to the NCAA men's basketball tournament.
An AT&T regulatory filing last week shed light on a lesser-known aspect of the emerging 5G wireless standard that could be a boon to some consumers: Home broadband.
Instagram has officially made it easier to switch between multiple accounts without having to log out and log in every time.
Just as it did last year, Google will throw some more server space your way as part of Safer Internet Day.
Motorola revealed these and other details in an announcement about the newest software for the second-generation Moto 360.
Denver Bronco cornerback Aqib Talib used the Surface Pro's handwriting tools to help celebrate his team's victory, a nice comeback for the Surfacegate-plagued device.
Researchers from security vendor Kaspersky Lab have identified three cybercrime groups that compromise and steal money from financial institutions using sophisticated techniques and custom malware.
For some reason, Facebook's iPhone app is still a huge drain on your battery.
Take control of the home screen on Android TV devices by sorting app order and hiding unwanted recommendations.
Hours-long entertainment shows are a staple of the new year in many East Asian countries, but none is greater than Chinese Central Television's lunar new year gala.