Category: Tech News
Microsoft is recalling more than two million power cords sold with Surface tablets worldwide after 56 reports of them overheating and emitting flames.
Artificial intelligence firm SwiftKey is acquired by Microsoft.
Uber has changed its logo, dropping its trademark U for something a little more cryptic. Why?
BT's broadband and phone network appears to have been experiencing issues across the UK.
The EU and US have agreed a new trade pact to make it easy for organisations to transfer data over the Atlantic.
A man who challenged technology giant Apple in court over a cracked screen on his new smartwatch wins the case.
Microsoft Wants To Put Our Data Underwater
Microsoft has announced a new initiative that will see it putting data centers underwater. These data centers will be able to run off renewable energy, and can be deployed in as little as 90 days. (Photo : Microsoft Research | YouTube). Microsoft wants ...
Microsoft's Project Natick: Underwater Data Center Takes The Plunge
Microsoft research project puts cloud in ocean for the first time
Cloud Computing Center Submerged Underwater
A third of all PC gamers on Steam use Windows 10
Windows 10 usage might be growing among regular users, but it's downright skyrocketing with gamers. Steam's monthly hardware and software survey for January shows that Windows 10 usage stood around 34 percent—more than one-third of the platform's ...
Windows 10 usage share continues to grow, but enterprise stays on sidelines
Windows 10 creeps even closer to landing on your PC
The fight for a third-best smartphone OS has been lost. By everyone.
This Teddy Bear Could Have Exposed Your Child's Identify
Are smart toys worth the risk? That's a question parents are asking themselves these days as they weigh the usefulness and delight that comes from cloud-connected toys, with the potential for them to be turned into spying devices, as was the claim ...
Something new to worry about: Connected toy security
Hackers Could Have Turned Vulnerable Smart Teddy Bear Into Demon Toy
Creepy Bear Toy Creepier Than You Could Even Imagine
What Nintendo's new interest in VR means for its next console
Two decades after the flop of the Virtual Boy and after years of saying that virtual reality isn't a good fit for its company philosophy, Nintendo has joined the swelling ranks of tech companies interested in VR. The news comes from a Nintendo earnings ...
Nintendo Continues To Sell Amiibo By The Millions
Nintendo's quarterly profit slips 36 percent on lower sales
Nintendo reports drop in sales and profit