What could be the world's most expensive store redesign opens for business today: Google's comparison shopping service. It offers online businesses new opportunities -- and new costs too.
Stories by Peter Sayer
What if every package shipped contained a $0.20 tracker chip that could report when and approximately where the package was opened?
If data warehouses are for tidiness freaks -- information packaged into neat inferences, sorted and stacked, the rest discarded -- and data lakes are for hoarders -- tip everything in, you never know what might be useful -- then SAP's new Data Hub may be for the rest of us.
SAP is giving its business software users a new way to track their customers, with the acquisition of customer identity management specialist Gigya.
Specialized hardware needed to accelerate machine learning algorithms is moving out of the data center and into high-end mobile phones. Soon it could be in everyone's pocket, if chip designer Imagination Technologies has its way.
Google is buying its way back into the smartphone business, almost four years after selling its stake in Motorola Mobility to Lenovo.
From smart but sulky light bulbs to the Chisnovian data blockade, ISOC has imagined how the future of the internet might take a wrong turn, and makes recommendations for how we can set things right.
Google has decided to appeal the record-breaking fine imposed on it by the European Union's highest antitrust authority in July.
Google is offering enterprises a new way to build hybrid infrastructure, with a service that extends corporate networks into its cloud platform.
Amazon.com is inviting North American cities to bid to host its second headquarters
The European Union's highest court has given Intel another chance to appeal a massive fine imposed in a 2009 antitrust ruling.
A drone on show at IFA in Berlin would need no authorization from the U.S. Federal Aviation Authority to play its part in relief efforts in Houston, Texas, following Hurricane Harvey.
Wearing headphones while cycling can be dangerous, even illegal. Instead, you can use a Bluetooth bicycle helmet or wearable speaker to listen to music or traffic directions safely while riding.
Lenovo's new Motorola X4 smartphone is half the price of Samsung Electronics' Galaxy S8, but does at least one thing twice as well: stream audio to multiple Bluetooth speakers or headphones.
Neato Robotics has doubled the storage in its latest robot vacuum cleaner, the Botvac D7 Connected, and given owners new ways to interact with it.