Drones Go To Work For IT
Drones offer new opportunities for businesses of all kinds. Here's how one IT department got involved with a drone project, and what the company learned.
Google AI Teaches Itself Atari Video Games
Using a single learning algorithm, Google's AI agent has developed its video game skills to the point where it can beat most human players in dozens of different games.
AMD Describes Notebook Processor
AMD's next-gen notebook processor, Carrizo, packs a south bridge and HEVC decoder in the same space as its previous Kaveri chip, it said at ISSCC.
Mobile Apps Remain Vulnerable For Months
Developers are failing to respond quickly to reports of security flaws, Trojans are infecting corporate devices at an alarming rate, and even mundane data about your device's power consumption could threaten your privacy.
Apple Car: Drive Different
Apple is serious about entering the auto market. Here's our less-than-serious take on what the press release might look like announcing this magical vehicle.
10 Hot Cities For IT Pros In 2015
Sure, Silicon Valley is a hotspot for tech workers. But it's far from the only one, according to top tech recruiters. See if your town makes the list.
Apple Pay Lands On JetBlue
Apple Pay users can now use their iPhones to pay for in-flight amenities on JetBlue flights starting this month.
ARM Unfolds IoT Security Plan
ARM aims to make mbed a unifying code base for the fragmented Internet of Things, where security is an increasingly key concern.
Fitbit For Dogs: Readers Respond
Is an activity tracker for dogs a sign of an impending IoT tech bubble, a great idea, or both? Readers weighed in with a variety of opinions. What's yours?