As we move into Year 4 of #eWEEKchats, this will be a particularly timely conversation on how new-gen networking will fare in 2016.
'Analyst intuition' used to predict existing and emerging cyber attacks in real time with better detection rates and fewer false positives.
Cloud-based cognitive media platform extracts real-time intelligence from audio, video content to influence strategic decision-making.
MIT researchers detail a technique for using block copolymers and mesh structures to find new ways to build memory, optical and computer chips.
IBM and the University of Michigan are working on a conversational computing system that will transform human-machine communication.
Looker claims to be the only analytics tool that enables a data analyst to curate and centralize massive amounts of data--creating a crucial single source of truth.
Contractually's IP reduces businesses' reliance on obsolete processes or inadequate technology tools to version control or redline contracts.
Import.io's Data Feeds make it possible to harness insights from external web data without the overhead of building and maintaining sources in-house.
John Roese is refuting the idea that Dell's $67 billion acquisition of the storage giant will distract the combined company from its R&D efforts.
IBM claimed the US patent crown for the 23rd consecutive year, with a key focus on cognitive computing and cloud technology for 2015.
As we start Year 4 of #eWEEKchats, this is will be a particularly timely conversation on how big data analytics stands to fare in 2016.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Consumer and prosumer tech has come a long, long way from PCs, music players and phones to robots, drones, VR headsets and set-and-forget cars.
With 28 billion connected devices predicted to be online by the year 2021, the IoT revolution will require a massive number of connections to be managed.
At CES, storage companies are demonstrating fast-moving, new-gen devices that can be interchangeable between business and consumer use.
CES 2016 officially convenes Jan. 6, but it has already been the focus of many prominent technology announcements. Major companies, including Samsung, LG and even Ford, have showcased innovative new mobile and connected car technologies. Meanwhile, a newcomer to the electric car market, Faraday Future, has unveiled a shockingly powerful electric concept vehicle. Wearable computing is also prominent at the show. Fitness trackers and health monitors abound at CES. Samsung is showing off a smart belt concept device that lets users monitor waist size and other fitness metrics. New television designs are also prominent at the show, including LG's prototype of an ultra-thin, roll-up HD TV display. PC makers such as HP and Acer, among others, are introducing some of their latest notebook and tablet models. But best of all, the show is really just getting started and there are many more major product introductions yet to come. Check out this slide show to learn more about some of the significant new products and technologies that are making a stir at CES.