Microsoft unveiled its new Windows operating system, trying to address some of the challenges faced by Windows 8. The company did a lot to make Windows 10 feel familiar to people who are used to running older, Win32 style apps. We got an early look at some of the features.
Stories by Nick Barber
Oracle executive chairman Larry Ellison mocked the idea of cloud computing just a few years ago. Now he's positioned the company as one that will become the industry's largest cloud player.
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A homemade machine from Boston area Mebotics can do both additive and subtractive manufacturing with 3D printing and milling capabilities.
The robotic mule, which was developed by Boston Dynamics for $2 million can traverse rugged terrain while carrying much of the Marines' load.
Samsung has built one of the thinnest, sexiest notebooks on the market.
The shower and the beach aren't usually friendly places for electronics, but the new Turtle Shell Bluetooth speakers from Outdoor Tech seem right at home in either locale.
If you've ever wondered what your pet does while you're at work or whether your dog walkers are doing their jobs the Whistle activity monitor might be for you.
Google IO, the company's developer conference kicked off Wendesday in San Francisco with a focus on in-car technology, wearables and a new mobile OS. IDG News Service's Martyn Williams joins Nick Barber to give you the highlights.
The robots meant to anticipate a time when androids are so lifelike that humans may have difficulty distinguishing them.
Called RealSense, the new, 3D camera can understand facial expressions and gestures.
South Korean and European officials signed an agreement to jointly fund 5G mobile network research and to work together on global standards
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S comes in 8.4-inch and 10.5-inch sizes and will start shipping in July.
Contrasting sharply with Microsoft's game title heavy Xbox briefing, Sony kicked off its presentation with a new glacier white PlayStation 4 bundle which will be available in September.
When head of Microsoft's Xbox division Phil Spencer took the stage ahead of E3 and said the company's presentation would be all about games this year, he wasn't kidding.