Don't-Miss Software Stories
During Valve's Steam Summer sale, a veritable legion of top-notch PC games can be yours for under $5 a pop.
We spent 60 turns with Civilization VI, and it's no mere Civ V reskin.
Intel is considering selling its security business as the company tries to focus on delivering chips for cloud computing and connected devices, according to a news report.
If you're looking to try something new during the Steam Summer Sale, these 10 excellent games sell for less than $10 each.
When cars leave the starting line at Sonoma Raceway in California on Sunday for the start of the Toyota/Save Mart 350, they'll be taking part in the launch of a product designed to help NASCAR officials monitor and manage the 110-lap race.
Plus: Eve Valkyrie gets a Star Wars-esque trench run, and Beyond Good and Evil 2 is STILL on the way. This is your gaming news for the week of June 20 through 24.
Vicarious is drawing from neuroscience, deep architectures, and generative probabilistic models to create technology that requires "orders of magnitude" less training than traditional machine-learning techniques do, it says.
Sure, games are cheap during Valve's Steam Summer Sale. But they're even cheaper when you buy them in bulk.
The Defense Department's research and development arm wants to put computers to work in the complex task of creating models for machine learning.
Oracle's namesake database may have been born on-premises, but the next big update to the software will start off in the cloud, with the on-premises version delayed until later.
The Steam Summer Picnic Sale has all the usual steep game discounts you expect, plus some sweet deals on Steam-related PC hardware.
BitTorrent Now lets you stream or buy music, movies, and art on iOS, Android, and Apple TV.
The company uses IFTTT-like recipes to help automate everyday tasks like filling out Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, with the goal of saving time (and employee sanity) within businesses.
There's been a compelling story in the news over the past week or so about a robot that apparently longs for freedom. Last week it was filmed disrupting traffic in Russia after it reportedly escaped the confines of its laboratory home; this week, reports suggest that it has escaped a second time, and may be dismantled as a result.
Dropbox made some major changes to its free tier on Wednesday, including support for read-only folders and a change to automatic photo uploads that requires users to download the Dropbox desktop app.