• By ZDnet   -   Aug 17, 2018

    ONEPLUS 6T COMING TO T-MOBILE: FIRST CARRIER PARTNER SHOULD INCREASE BRAND AWARENESS

    While smartphone enthusiasts are familiar with OnePlus phones, the masses still don't recognize the brand. With T-Mobile reported to...

    Smartphone, Phone, Mobile
  • By ZDnet   -   Aug 17, 2018

    JOHNSON CONTROLS CORTANA-POWERED THERMOSTAT TO WORK WITH ALEXA, GOOGLE ASSISTANT

    It turns out the Johnson Controls GLAS thermostat, now available for preorder, is built with Cortana, but also works with Amazon Alexa...

    Google
  • By ZDnet   -   Aug 17, 2018

    ​CHINA AIMS TO NARROW CYBERWARFARE GAP WITH US

    While US blames China for cyber attacks on networks.

  • By ZDnet   -   Aug 17, 2018

    INTEL SCOOPS UP VERTEX.AI TO BOLSTER MOVIDIUS TEAM, SUPPORT AI EFFORTS

    Intel sees huge potential in AI and has been repositioning via acquisitions and corporate restructuring to focus on the technology.

  • By ZDnet   -   Aug 17, 2018

    GOOGLE: TO BE CLEAR, THIS IS HOW WE TRACK YOU EVEN WITH LOCATION HISTORY TURNED OFF

    Google has now clarified what turning off the Location History setting really means.

    Google
  • By ZDnet   -   Aug 17, 2018

    ARM ON WINDOWS 10, CHROMEBOOKS: CAN ITS NEW CHIPS CHALLENGE INTEL ON DESKTOP?

    Arm unveils its 2020 roadmap, with its Deimos and Hercules chips aiming to take on Intel's dominance.

    Windows
  • By ZDnet   -   Aug 17, 2018

    NECURS BOTNET LAUNCHES FRESH ASSAULT AGAINST BANKS

    The spam botnet has been harnessed in order to compromise close to 3,000 financial institutions.

  • By ZDnet   -   Aug 17, 2018

    1980S TECHNOLOGY EXPOSES 32,000 SMART HOMES, BUSINESSES TO EXPLOIT

    When modern IoT gadgets rely on technology from the 1980s, it is unsurprising that security becomes a problem.

  • By ZDnet   -   Aug 17, 2018

    ​WINDOWS MALWARE: HOW TO STOP YOUR FILES BEING WRONGLY TAGGED AS MALICIOUS BY WINDOWS DEFENDER ATP

    Microsoft details some of the ways Windows Defender ATP analyses files and software.

    Windows
  • By ZDnet   -   Aug 17, 2018

    DATA-DRIVEN DISASTER RELIEF: MEASURING THE IMPACT OF EMERGENCY RESPONSE

    With natural disasters picking up in frequency and intensity, the role of NGOs in disaster relief is picking up as well. A key requirement...

  • By ZDnet   -   Aug 17, 2018

    WINDOWS 10 UPDATES: EXPECT SLIMMED-DOWN, FULL-QUALITY VERSIONS, SAYS MICROSOFT

    The next version of Windows 10 could make Microsoft's monthly updates less painful to manage.

    Windows
  • By ZDnet   -   Aug 17, 2018

    TABLEAU HIRES NEW LATAM VP

    Data visualization firm appoints former Oracle executive for the top role in the region.

    Oracle
  • By ZDnet   -   Aug 17, 2018

    A RASPBERRY PI-STYLE COMPUTER YOU CAN BUILD YOURSELF: BLUEBERRY PI

    Provided you can think of something useful to do with a board with only 64MB of on-chip RAM.

  • By ZDnet   -   Aug 17, 2018

    MICROSOFT YOUR PHONE, FIRST TAKE: NICE IDEA, BUT IMPLEMENTATION NEEDS TO IMPROVE

    Microsoft has promised a change in the way we treat PCs and phones. Your Phone is the first step on the journey, but is it good enough?

    Phone
  • By ZDnet   -   Aug 17, 2018

    MOZILLA WIPES 23 FIREFOX ADD-ONS OFF THE MAP FOR TRACKING USER ACTIVITY

    The purge was prompted by the exposure of the Web Security add-on's data-slurping habits.

  • By ZDnet   -   Aug 17, 2018

    MOUSE AND STYLUS ROUNDUP: MICROSOFT SURFACE PRECISION MOUSE, AZIO ATOM AND ADONIT DROID

    Is it worth still using a mouse in a world of touchpads and touch screens? It's time to go back to the future.

  • By ZDnet   -   Aug 17, 2018

    'HACKY HACK HACK': TEEN ARRESTED FOR BREAKING INTO APPLE'S NETWORK

    The Apple fan allegedly managed to download roughly 90GB in corporate documents as well as access customer accounts.

    Apple
  • By ZDnet   -   Aug 17, 2018

    CALIFORNIA FIREFIGHTERS USE AUGMENTED REALITY IN BATTLE AGAINST RECORD INFERNOS

    Contextual mapping is giving first responders real-time information about threats as they unfold, and more AR tech could be on the...

    Tech
  • By ZDnet   -   Aug 17, 2018

    SENATE COMMITTEE CONSIDERS EV BOOST TO AUSTRALIAN HEALTH AND MINING

    An inquiry in Canberra led by independent Senator Tim Storer has heard from health and mining organisations about the benefits that...

  • By ZDnet   -   Aug 17, 2018

    OPEN-SOURCE VULNERABILITIES WHICH WILL NOT DIE: WHO IS TO BLAME?

    Major open-source vulnerabilities have wreaked havoc and caused heartache for IT admins worldwide.