Google is offering enterprises a new way to build hybrid infrastructure, with a service that extends corporate networks into its cloud platform.
Stories by Peter Sayer
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.
With a new round of Brexit negotiations beginning Monday, the U.K. is seeking to ensure that businesses sending personal information to or through the UK are not left stranded when the country leaves the EU.
IBM is working with agribusiness and retailers to trace food from farm to store shelf using blockchain technologies.
Just how forgetful must Google be when applying the "right to be forgotten" created by a 2014 European Union court ruling?
Qualcomm has asked two German courts to suspend sales of iPhones, alleging they infringe on its patents, while four Apple contractors from which Qualcomm had sought patent license fees have filed antitrust complaints against the chip vendor.
Bluetooth is about to get some significant new mesh networking capabilities -- and the best bit is, you may not need new hardware to benefit from them.
IBM wants businesses to use its new z14 mainframe to encrypt pretty much everything -- an approach to security it calls pervasive encryption.
Google has escaped a billion-dollar tax bill in Europe, as a French court has overturned an earlier tax ruling against the company.
Privacy International asks court to compel the U.S. government to reveal the extent of its eavesdropping activities, and the legal basis for them.