Software testing and quality firm SQS has highlighted a piece of research that shows organisations are afraid to embrace IT change due to worries about possible outages.
The days of scientists having to labour for days or months to test theories and hypotheses could now be over, thanks to Watson's new Discovery Advisor program.
A sales ban on a number of old Samsung devices has been rejected by a San Jose judge in a move that could signal the beginning of the end for the bitter fight between the two.
In the third instalment of this five part series, we continue to discuss the present state of HMI design and touch upon some of the changing patterns we have seen in the automotive space.
China Labor Watch has claimed that HEG Electronics, a Guangdong factory that supplies both Samsung and Lenovo has been hiring child workers illegally.
The device boasts a 2in curved Super AMOLED display and is the first of its kind to be able to make calls without needing to have a mobile phone nearby.
British children are more likely to be spending their money on technology than on comics and chocolate according to new research by the Halifax bank.
According to the Natural Resources Defense Council, many data centre are still hugely inefficient, operating at just 12 to 18 per cent of capacity in most cases.
The newest member of the AllSeen Alliance is a premier member and its position as the second largest appliance manufacturer on the planet will help the spread of the Internet of Everything.
Despite two-thirds of its user base being located outside of the US, only 33 per cent of the site's revenue comes from international markets. The company wants to change this.
HP forced to recall 6m laptop cords after reports of burns and property damage: Customers being reimbursed for free
Following 29 reports of the cords overheating and melting, around 5.6 million are being recalled from the US and a further 446,000 from Canada.