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The death of the smartphone is further away than you think. And there is no 'Next Big Thing'
The smartphone represents the latest major platform shift, and it may also be the last one. We will still need the smartphone's functionality, and no wearable device looks like offering a single viable replacement. Pacific Crest's Ben Wilson suggests looking for a range of AI-based devices instead
Acer goes upscale with its new Kaby Lake Switch 5 convertible, available from $799.
Microsoft's Surface revenues came in lower than expected in the company's third fiscal 2017 quarter due to both lack of product refresh and competition from the company's PC-maker partners.
Apple's 10th-anniversary iPhone 8 is set to redefine the iPhone and help propel the device into its second decade. Let's take a look at what we (think we) know.
The cable and media giant is diversifying via small businesses and smart home businesses.
Both SAP and Google Cloud are too proud to admit it. SAP is Google Cloud's first major enterprise software partner, while SAP needs distance itself from Oracle, which has a more unified enterprise applications SaaS offering. It's all too obvious: SAP and Google Cloud could do a lot more together.
Verizon's Data Breach Incident Report for 2017 has a few key takeaways worth noting for healthcare and the education sectors.
Researchers know what the botnet is capable of — but they don't seem to know what it'll actually do.
Windows' system files were flagged as malicious, and Facebook was marked as a phishing site.
While there are rarely discounts on Apple gear, there is one way to save money: Don't spend it. David Gewirtz demonstrates why it's so important to think through your personal usage patterns prior to making big purchases.
If Big Blue still has a future, it's in cloud.
IT pros, take notice: Microsoft is adding yet another set of Windows 10 Cumulative Updates -- ones that don't include security fixes -- to its patching mix.
Gartner finds that 85 percent of enterprises will have started a Windows 10 deployment by the end of 2017.
Zimperium has revealed the details of two N-day vulnerabilities submitted through its exploit acquisition scheme.
Microsoft is rolling out a new talent-management application, staking out a space in human-capital management, in addition to starting to integrate Dynamics 365 with LinkedIn.
If you're a Web developer, deciding which browsers to support can be a big decision. Choose wrong and there are costly ramifications. With IE declining and mobile activity increasing, where does Microsoft's Windows 10-only Edge fit in? We decided to find out.
After a mysterious disappearance, Locky has reemerged -- and is borrowing attack techniques from Dridex.
IBM has just recorded its 20th consecutive quarter of declining year-on-year revenues. Now it has been overtaken by upstart Google, and it isn't even keeping up with Microsoft, let alone Apple. What could have been the first trillion-dollar company may never see $100 billion again.
Every technology rises, then falls: soon it will be the turn of the smartphone. But what will replace it?