German ERP giant's revenues up, operating profits down
A successful quarter for SAP's cloud business has been tempered by a 6 per cent drop in profits and a dip in its share price.…
The first batch of the $100 pan has already sold out.
We'll likely see new tablets and computers from Apple that include some features already found in iPhones.
Sen. Dean Heller's proposal would replace the current incentive's cap with a firm end date.
After a leak that many deemed to be dubious, here are this week's confirmed challenges.
The data mining giant plans to go public next year, says a report. The company is known for analytics and intelligence that's tapped by governments, businesses and organizations worldwide.
The Ring Stick Up Cam Wired and Stick Up Cam Battery are the first indoor cameras for the Amazon brand.
A slightly larger selection of shots from Red's new phone.
Star analyst uses 2020 vision to predict macOS move
Apple will abandon Intel processor chips for its Macs in favour of homegrown Arm-based chips, according to a securities analyst. Formerly at KGI, Ming-Chi Kuo of KeyBanc Capital Markets, has a strong record of reliable Apple predictions.…
We take an early look at what sets the iPhone XR apart from the XS.
The battery-powered device could bring pay-at-your-table service to more US restaurants.
Ford will build 350 more GT supercars than planned -- but not until 2020.
You know, just like Pandora.
On this week's debate party, Jeff takes on Ben Fox Rubin to understand the new Palm thing, the ethics of Google's call screening, and which social network is the worst.
The phone startup founded by the creator of Android has been struggling to find its way.
It's only got one lens, while the iPhone XS has two. But what else is different?
Plus, more details on the Facebook hack, and Sonos considers adding Roku's voice assistant to its speakers.
In the US, that could mean a starting price in the $75,000 range.
It will soon be possible to discard more of the in-box apps that ship with Windows 10.
Currently, a handful of pre-installed apps can be removed, including OneNote, Skype, and Weather, but most of the other built-in apps are permanent fixtures. Windows 10 has also promoted a number of third-party applications such as Candy Crush Saga to the chagrin of many. These don't appear to be going away, but such apps have always been uninstallable if you don't want them. However, the latest preview build of Windows 10, build 18262, enables the removal of apps such as Mail, Calendar, Movies & TV, and the Groove Music app.
The ability to remove these apps doesn't really mean much in terms of disk space or convenience, as none of them are very big. The move may be of more interest to corporate deployments; an organization that has standardized on Outlook, for example, might want to remove the Mail and Calendar apps to reduce user confusion.
The first one it's showing off includes carbon fiber and 18-karat white gold.