Among the hottest trends in computing, serverless technologies allow developers to run functions as a service, removing the need to pay for an always-on, stateful virtual machine.
Amid all the new PCs, smart home products, self-driving cars and internet of things devices exhibited at CES 2018, Sony bucked the trend and introduced three new mid-range smartphones.
Asus showed off two new all-in-one desktops at CES 2018, the Vivo AiO V272 with a 27-inch multi-touch screen and the smaller Vivo AiO V222 with a “frameless” screen.
The desire for work that offers creative challenges—along with opportunities to "make a difference"—is encouraging more teens to strongly consider pursuing IT as a career choice.
A recent teardown by iFixit finds that there's a lot to like inside Apple's iMac Pro, but if you do want to upgrade, swapping out many of its components is no easy task.
Razer’s Project Linda is testing whether computer buyers will accept the concept of a notebook PC that gets its processing power from an Android Razer Phone.
Amid the avalanche of new TVs, connected cars and voice-powered devices, a number of new security technologies were announced at CES 2018.
Dell, Samsung, HP got an early start on the CES 2018 product introductions by announcing new and updated hybrid notebooks and laptops, while HVAC specialist Johnson Controls showed off a Cortana-driven smart thermostat.
There is plenty of mobile industry chatter that device makers will introduce plenty of new and upgraded smartphones and tablets in 2018. Here are some of the mobile devices most likely to make news this year.
Keeping one's critical data secure is no easy task, as evidenced by the number of data breaches that show up in the news on a regular basis. This slide show offers tips on protecting sensitive data.