NEWS ANALYSIS: It is quite possible that there is no such thing as personal data privacy anymore--especially when it comes to video.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Storage and data protection have come from far behind the other key components of IT--computing and networking--to catch up in terms of innovation.
Please join us Feb. 8 for an eWEEKchat about Amazon GO and other new-generation applications that require no human intervention and raise new questions about data privacy.
NEWS ANALYSIS: All-flash storage already has optimized structured data in databases, applications and VMs. Unstructured data is set for a similar transformation.
The Minio server enables applications to manage massive quantities of unstructured data and helps developers to adopt emerging cloud-hosting providers.
New York City-based Collibra brings a "data shopper's" approach to the task of finding and analyzing volumes of data.
Users now can get immediate access to the latest version of the Windows server and desktop for virtualization at no extra cost.
REVIEW: The Lucid Neck-band is unusual in that it offers the ability to adjust and customize everything a user hears in and outside the headset.
Arxan is adding much-needed mobile security management capabilities. Apperian's platform provides granular security and policy controls at the application level.
Neural Chat Assistant is built on Genpact's Neural Intelligence Platform, which combines human experience with machine intelligence.
Please join us Jan. 11 for a timely eWEEKchat about new-generation application and platform development.
This marks the first time any company or organization has earned more than 8,000 patents in one year, and the 24th consecutive year that IBM has been No. 1 on the list.
Commonly held beliefs about AI are usually more science fiction than reality--at least for the time being.
Here are snapshots of a few innovative products being demonstrated at CES this week.
"Consumer" is the "C" in the title of the show, but so many personal devices are used in business environments that the nickname "CES" is outdated.