Move over, Amazon Echo and Google Home. The Alexa-powered Sonos One is the first smart speaker that actually sounds good playing music.
The latest HP mobile workstation is optimized for Adobe Creative Cloud pros.
Brrrt! Brrrt! Brrrt! Big Red's bug gun targets 252 bugs, and you for not patching fast enough
Hundreds of products, more than 250 vulnerabilities … yes, it's Oracle's quarterly critical patch update day!…
In the "first ever giant robot battle," mammoth machines from MegaBots and Suidobashi Heavy Industry fight for the world title using chainsaws, cannons and attack drones.
Your personal data was probably already in crims' hands
The United States Internal Revenue Service has said that citizens affected by the Equifax breach need not panic, because it probably didn't reveal anything that hasn't already been stolen and the agency has tooled up to deal with fraudulent tax claims.…
Commentary: Appearing on the Howard Stern Show, the Smashing Pumpkins frontman shares an encounter with the paranormal.
Mobileye proposes a system where self-driving cars could report collisions, with mathematical formulas to determine who, or what, is at fault.
Nice try, Big Blue, but it's now 22 straight quarters of revenue decline
IBM topped analyst expectations in its third quarter of the year, but still couldn't shake a run of falling revenue that now stands at 5 and a half years long.…
In 2014, the Halo: Master Chief Collection anthology launched as a much-needed lineup filler for the struggling Xbox One. But fans' hopes of a lovely, 1080p collection of four classic Halo games, including a remastered take on Halo 2, were soon shattered by a litany of matchmaking hiccups, bugs, and other issues.
A series of patches in the game's first year resolved some issues, particularly with online matchmaking, but in spite of continued complaints about the anthology, Microsoft hasn't put out a H:MCC patch in over two years. And the company failed to capitalize on Xbox One X hype by implying in July that the anthology wouldn't see any 4K-specific updates for that new console.
Thankfully, on Tuesday, Microsoft changed its tune.
Greg Kroah-Hartman issues 'enforcement statement' after chap wins 'a few million Euros' with questionable claims
Linux kernel maintainer Greg Kroah-Hartman and several other senior Linux figures have published a “Linux Kernel Community Enforcement Statement” to be included in future Linux documentation, in order to ensure contributions to the kernel don't fall foul of copyright claims that have already seen a single developer win "at least a few million Euros.”…
Flatiron School accused of operating without license, cocking up grad claims
Analysis New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman last week agreed to settle charges that New York City-based code bootcamp Flatiron School operated without a license and failed to adequately disclose information about the employment outcomes of graduates.…
Twitter emails its Trust and Safety Council about how the company will tackle abusive behavior after a protest prompted the CEO to promise change.
Despite their fierce patent fight, the two companies have a strong product relationship, Qualcomm's CEO says.
Commentary: No scenes of mayhem, just an appeal to camaraderie. And look at the different characters for different countries.
I’ll have a garlic bread, a Supreme and a side of privacy breach by slack partners
Domino's Pizza's Australian outpost has blamed a partner for a security breach, after angry customers went online complaining about finding themselves on spam lists.…
Google has begun testing a new feature on the iOS Gmail app: the ability to add non-Google e-mail accounts. The change would make the Gmail app more competitive with Apple's own Mail app and numerous other popular email apps on iOS like Spark, Outlook, and Airmail.
The test was announced in a post from Gmail's official Twitter account:
— Gmail (@gmail) October 17, 2017
If you try to sign up for the test, Google gives three criteria for eligibility: you must currently be using the Gmail iOS app, you must have an email account that's not Gmail with which to test, and you must be running iOS 10 or later on your device. Google hasn't said anything about when this feature could exit testing and go live to the public, or even if it will. Some beta tests at Google have lasted weeks, others have gone on for years, and others never resulted in a publicly available feature or product.
Price was suspended last week for allegedly making unwanted sexual advances toward a producer.
Artificial intelligence lets phones understand your voice and Google spot your pets. Nervana chips will make AI 100 times faster, Intel says.
A watchdog finds that hackers can track, eavesdrop or even communicate with children.
IRS Commissioner John Koskinen says the agency believes many Equifax victims had already had their personal information stolen by cybercriminals.