At the recent Google I/O conference, the ‘corporation of good’ announced four projects: Soli, Jacquard, Vault, and Abacus. Let's see what these curious techs are about.
What do a billionaire inventor Elon Musk, the Google Now on Tap service, and the recent "Ex Machina" movie have in common? They all are about artificial intelligence.
Tech journalists Chris Brook and Brian Donohue discuss Google I/O, the IRS and Carefirst BlueCross BlueShield Data Breach in this Talk Security podcast.
At Google I/O 2015, the software giant presented a slew of new features and services. We take a first look at customizable app permissions, Android Pay, Now on Tap, and others.
There are many cool and funny projects in the world that deal with big data and we’ve gathered the Top 10 list of the most interesting ones. See for yourself!
The design of the current smartwatches is defined by being aimed at geeks. It looks like it will again take Apple to perform its duties carefully iSplaining wearables to ordinary ...
When it comes to Mobile OSes, every 3rd option conversation these days mentions the need for some “true openness”. But do we really need this kind of openness?
As is, a QR code can quickly take you to a site or another resource but not necessarily to the one you really want to visit. Thus Kaspersky Lab offers a free and safe QR scanner!
Security reporters Brian Donohue and Chris Brook discuss security and privacy headlines from the first few weeks of the new year.
One of the most highly anticipated prospects of the 21st century has been the possibility of enabling robots to drive cars. But how soon could this be possible?