It’s been a long time coming for some members of the Mac family, namely the MacBook Pro and Mac Pro. But what can we expect to see unveiled at Apple's event next week, and how do we tune in to see what's on the Apple-emblazoned horizon?
Adobe's annual Photoshop Mystery is back, and it's bigger and more complex than ever. Details remain scarce, but we know participants can expect 21 scenes, 330,000 lines of Action Script code, and two Facebook Live events.
An AI algorithm has predicted the outcome of human rights trials with 79 percent accuracy. The system is the first of its kind trained solely from on case text from a major international court, the European Court of Human Rights.
With Nvidia's GTX 1050Ti set for release in the near future, AMD has upped its game by dropping its prices. Both the RX 460 and RX 470 GPUs have had their prices slashed by $10 apiece, finally bringing them both in line with their MSRPs.
The latest version of the Facebook app for Windows 10 allows users to exclusively broadcast from compatible desktops and tablets. For everyone else, the livestreaming service is still only available on smartphones.
Cisco has plans to stop you in your tracks -- if you're illegally watching a pirated stream, that is. The San Jose-based company recently introduced a new technology known as Streaming Piracy Prevention.
David Bunnell died last week at his home in Berkeley. Bunnell chronicled the birth of the personal computing revolution and founded major computer magazines. Microsoft co-founder Paul Alen said, "David Bunnell give voice to the PC…
Telecommunications giant AT&T has agreed to buy Time Warner for $85 billion. The purchase would provide an instant menu of television channels and films. AT&T bought DirecTV in 2015 to expand services from pure communications.
In a message sent out via Twitter (one of the many internet sites affected by the attack on Dyn), WikiLeaks implored its "supporters" to stop attacking the web at large. "Mr. Assange is still alive and WikiLeaks is still publishing."