This article was originally posted on Wired.com For gun control advocates, a “smart” gun that only its owner can fire has promised an elusive ideal: If your phone or PC can remain locked until...

This post was originally posted on TECHRADAR TECH NEWS Android O has entered its final phase of beta development with the fourth public preview. After this release, the next move for Google is to officially...

This article originally posted on ZDNet.com Attention Android developers and those signed up for the public beta program, it’s time to start hammering away on the update button. Google on Monday...

This article originally posted on ZDNet.com Flexible working is becoming more widespread, more socially acceptable, and is steadily being implemented more successfully. A survey by UK-based managed communications...

This article originally posted on ZDNet.com (Image: Reddit) Images and video hit the web over the weekend claiming to show the rugged, upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 Active, along with some accompanied specifications. The...

This article was originally posted on Wired.com In the last few months, waves of ransomware attacks have pummeled the world, disrupting not just businesses but also vital services like hospital care, energy...

This article was originally posted on Wired.com Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets flopped. At least that’s the way things look after the opening weekend of the Luc Besson-written and -directed...

This article originally posted on ZDNet.com Sitting idle and watching the world go swiftly by is certainly not the answer for Indian IT’s growth dreams. (Image: TCS) The results from the most recent...

This article originally posted on ZDNet.com Do pixies have addresses, and if they do, should you match them? You’re probably thinking this is a weird question to ask, and it probably is, even more...

This article originally posted on ZDNet.com Microsoft is out to make its Azure Blockchain-as-a-Service offering easier for businesses to build real-world applications atop it. Microsoft’s Enterprise...