According to market analysts, in the U.K. around 250,000 public sector jobs could be lost to robots by the year 2030.
Micron's future QuantX technology challenges Intel's Optane rival.
Nvidia has launched a new lineup of professional Quadro graphics cards with the aim of delivering excellent performance to its consumers.
Google is forced by a judge to give FBI access to its emails stocked overseas.
According to tech experts, there are real chances that Google Home could defeat its rival Amazon Echo this year.
Unfortunately, Google plans to terminate the Google Now Launcher app that allows any smartphone user to have the Android stock experience.
Google-parent Alphabet is reportedly selling its satellite imaging business, Terra Bella.
Google rolls out its new Chrome 56 for Android that comes with performance improvements, several fixes and new features.
Snap Inc., the parent company of Snapchat, announces publicly its $3 billion IPO.
The cloud market is still dominated by Amazon Web Services as evidenced by its impressive profit.
NY's Attorney General sues Charter Communications over slow internet speeds.
Google improved the self-driving technology behind its autonomous cars project.
Facebook's Oculus loses lawsuit to ZeniMax, being ordered to pay half billion dollars.
In anticipation of 2017 debut of the graphics card, speculation surrounding Nvidia Volta ramps up.