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It's tempting to take revenge on hackers, but the downsides far outweigh any benefits.
Google's Vision Kit lets you build your own computer-vision system for $45, but you'll need your own Raspberry Pi.
An updated Trojan can trick users into entering their credentials into fake bank websites.
HMD's budget-priced Nokia 2 is out now at Amazon and Best Buy, plus its Oreo update has started.
It's time to stop thinking of Amazon Web Services as an infrastructure company as it moves up the stack and value chain to technologies such as artificial intelligence, IoT and Alexa for Business.
The acquisition is intended as a way to augment Qualys cloud security solutions.
Here is a selection of single board computers for homebrew projects and automation, with prices starting at only $5.
Revenue grew 46 percent year over year as the company moves toward a software-centric business model.
Amazon is taking Alexa to the office and here's why the digital assistant will be able to scale via developers, consumerization and the sheer scale of AWS.
The patch that Apple rushed out yesterday to fix the root access flaw in macOS brings with it problems of its own. Fortunately, this new bug is quite easy to fix.
The leak marks at least the fifth exposure of NSA-related data in as many years.
We are getting better at detecting phishing campaigns, but fraudsters are improving, too.
Hyperconverged systems and Dell EMC's VxRail and XC Series are seeing more diversified workloads.
An introduction to the Raspberry Pi 3 computer, from how to set it up, to what you can do with it.
From more lavish gifts to stocking fillers and Secret Santa, there are great gadgets out there that your colleagues will love.
In the weeks leading up to re:Invent, Amazon has already a stream of data platform-related announcements. Early announcements, focused on gap-filling and feature extension, provide the context for what Amazon will be announcing this week.
Several more variants of Ragtime appear in recently leaked documents.
No more cars, new soccer and cricket fields, cafes, bike tracks, bridges, light rail, and more.
Today, Red Hat dominates enterprise Linux. Tomorrow, it wants to rule the cloud. Don't bet against it.
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