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Microsoft’s lawsuit objecting to the indiscriminate use by U.S. law enforcement of orders that demand user data without the opportunity to inform the customer may run into questions about the software giant's standing to raise the issue on behalf of its customers.
Two moves by open networking vendors this week are likely to chip a little bit more off the monolith of proprietary, appliance-like equipment that still moves most packets around enterprise data centers.
Create the habits you need to ensure you meet your goals.
Options abound for checking out all the championship action on whatever screen you choose.
Sling TV CEO Roger Lynch talks pricing, DVR, and certified hardware.
Alexa-powered devices try to buy a dollhouse after responding to a command from a news broadcast.
LiquidSky's SkyComputers let you play your PC games on any Mac, PC, or Android device via the power of the cloud.
Nvidia's new GeForce Now streaming for PCs and Macs lets you play any PC game on computers that aren't meant for playing games, and it holds up pretty well.
Microsoft just announced a new Connected Vehicle Platform, which brings together a suite of services for connected cars.
BMW is working with Intel and computer vision company Mobileye to place 40 autonomous test cars on public roads in the second half of 2017.
The catch? It’s going to cost you $25 for every 20 hours you play. At that rate, you might as well save up for a few months and buy a dedicated gaming PC.
.The company is also showing a proof-of-concept cloud-based over-the-air DVR at CES this year.
Leveraging sensors, door locks, thermostats, Amazon’s Alexa, and other components, Sky promises to create an intelligent home.
Many of this week’s movies celebrate the holiday itself, while others represent the of the best of 2016.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey spent several hours engaging the platform's users in a lively discussion about improvements for 2017.