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Starry is using millimeter wave technology to wirelessly deliver internet connectivity to homes. If successful, it could disrupt cable companies, telcos, and the broadband market.
The Wall Street Journal recently reported that Google is building an AI-powered chatbot. If successful, it could help Google regain users lost to other messaging apps.
Robots aren't going to replace us, but by working hand in hand with us they will redefine what it means to be human.
HTC Vive slips to April, and here's how it compares to release dates for Rift, Playstation VR, and Hololens
For all the hype surrounding year one of VR, kick-off might come mid 2016 as Oculus, HTC/Valve, and Sony stay vague on release dates that are slipping toward mid-year.
IBM recently announced its TrueNorth chip, which operates like a brain does. Here are the details of the chip and how IBM sees it changing the future of computing.
James Sanders examines the recent hardware strategies of Microsoft and Google, and identifies the real winner in this changing IT landscape.
Businesses of all sizes are showing greater interest in Microsoft's new OS than its predecessor Windows 8, but is it really time to be considering an upgrade?
The seductive lure of activity and health wearables make it easy to forget, or ignore, the inherent security and privacy risks involved.
India's IT firms are struggling because they have far too many project managers and not enough product managers. We explore what this gap means.
Microsoft's decision to build a Linux-based OS for the datacenter is further proof of its pragmatic acceptance of open source software.