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Despite ongoing discussions about the slow, tedious pace of growth in the U.S. economy, software’s economic impact is surging, according to a new study by Software.org.
Cloud machine types based on Intel's Skylake processors will offer up to 96 vCPUs and 624GB of memory.
Microsoft TechSpark is working to bridge the digital divide and narrow the technology skills gap in rural areas beginning with Fargo, North Dakota.
DAILY VIDEO: Google launches its Pixel 2 XL and Pixel 2 smartphones with squeezable sides; Oracle launches the enterprise-grade Blockchain Cloud Service; Google adds a custom role feature to Cloud IAM data access controls; and former Intel CEO Paul Otellini dies at 66.
Lost amid all the hoopla around Google's new Pixel 2 smartphones was the Pixelbook, a hybrid Chromebook that includes Google Assistant and stylus.
Apple's recently released High Sierra operating system is patched for flaws in the keychain password service and APFS filesystem.
At the JavaOne Conference Oracle highlighted a number of new innovations in Java 9 and where Java 18.3 will be headed in the next six months.
NEWS ANALYSIS: A Wall Street Journal report about how Russian Hackers apparently stole information about U.S. government cyber-spying techniques indicates that a contractor's personal computer may have provided the attack route.
Videos from questionable sources are getting high play on the video-sharing site says The Guardian and the Wall Street Journal.
Facebook users will soon see a new button on articles that they can click to learn context about the story's publisher. The social network believes these pop-up windows will help readers determine whether or not the news is from a credible outlet.