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Netflix adds HDR video for TVs that support it, but the bandwidth requirements are steep.
Sling TV subscribers have some tough decisions to make with the service's new multi-stream bundle.
The Privacy Shield transatlantic data transfer arrangement is better than its predecessor, Safe Harbor, but still not good enough, European Union data protection authorities said Wednesday.
Call it one-stop shopping. Project Madeira is aimed at all the businesses that can't afford enterprise-class applications, offering scaled-down versions within Outlook.
Skype for Business updates its Android and iOS apps, bringing useful upgrades to both platforms.
Dropbox just made it easier to share videos, images, and files inside Facebook Messenger.
Box is trying to make it easier for companies outside the U.S. to comply with regulatory requirements about whether their data is stored with a new feature that lets them pick a variety of new countries in which they can house their data.
Microsoft will flag suspicious email (and greenlight those it deems safe) as part of a new Outlook technology called Safety Tips.
SoftBank's Pepper robot may still be the better-known contender, but a new humanoid device from Hitachi aims to be the in-store sales rep of the future.
Talk of blockchain technology is everywhere, it seems -- but what is it, and what does it do?
Through a deal with Cablevision, Optimum TV subscribers can now flip over to the Hulu channel on their cable boxes.
The days of go-go, double-digit growth for tech are long gone and do not appear to be on the way back anytime soon.
Newegg is moving to Facebook Messenger to answer all your questions and concerns about graphics cards, RAM, and motherboards.
Google and Rackspace are designing a server based on IBM's upcoming Power9 processor, a sure sign that Intel is no longer the only game in town for cloud service providers.
Facebook Live video broadcasts are getting reactions, filters, groups and events support, and more.