IBM unveiled a cross-border blockchain payments service with a Polynesian payments system provider designed to improve efficiency.
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Microsoft's corporate vice president for Windows confirmed the company has no plans to bring new hardware or software to Windows Phones.
A glitch in iOS 11 that sporadically left some Microsoft email users unable to send messages has been fixed.
Apple for years pushed, without much success, to get its hardware and software into the office. But now enterprises are taking it seriously.
VMware's AirWatch subsidiary is joining with Google to enable enterprise-wide management of all Chrome devices via a single cloud portal.
Google Glass Enterprise Edition is now available to businesses, but does it really work as a collaboration and productivity tool?
Since its launch, Windows 10 has forced enterprises to rethink how they manage their PC and mobile environments. But even with useful built-in tools, the OS still leans on third-party MDM tool sets.
Smart contracts, healthcare data-sharing and microgrids are all taking advantage of the technology.
HP announced that after selling its first Jet Fusion 3D printers for manufacturing, it will now focus on growing a network of resellers and development partners that will help to standardize materials, drive prices down over time and increase adoption of the technology.
Apple may be considering partnering with its China-based supplier Foxconn to purchase a major stake in Toshiba’s semiconductor unit.
Toshiba today officially announced it plans to sell off a portion of its memory business, including its solid-state drive unit, to Western Digital.
Intel has announced it purchased a 15% stake in HERE, a company that makes high-definition maps for semi- and fully autonomous vehicles.
Microsoft has signed a deal to work with Renault-Nissan to create a new vehicle communications platform via the Azure cloud.
LONG BEACH, CALIF. -- Speaking here today about the tremendous growth of the 3D printing industry, analyst Terry Wohlers slipped one name into a list of potential machine makers that took some by surprise: Apple.
In just five years, most cars and trucks will be connected to the Internet, according to a report from Gartner Inc.