Whether you're in the fast ring, or hanging back in the slow ring, there are lots of new features in Microsoft's latest beta update to Windows 10. Highlights include more Edge browser updates, and some changes for mobile users
According to MIT research, facial recognition programs don't recognize minorities as often as they do Caucasian faces and it's likely because the photos used to train the artificial intelligence were limited.
There is a new AI application that will be appreciated by internet-browsing employees around the world -- a deep learning face-recognition program that can hide your computer screen when your boss walks by your desk.
Most VR films use techniques that are more animated to create the most immersive experience possible. As the VR film Dear Angelica demonstrates, artists are nothing if not creative and illustration is also an effective VR medium.
A new report on brand loyalty has found that Apple drives a better customer experience than many of its competitors in a number of markets. It beats out its contemporaries in smartphones, tablets and online music.
Although the last web-based security bulletin was published on January 2017 Update Tuesday, the service officially ends on February 13, 2017. Microsoft will then open the doors to its new Security Updates Guide portal the next day.
HDR is here to stay -- and we couldn't be happier. While gamerrs may have kitted themselves out with a compatible display, there are still a bunch of games that don't support it. Fortunately, Hitman is soon set to jump aboard the brightly…
Microsoft said on Thursday that Windows 10 Enterprise subscribers can now upgrade Windows 7 SP1 and Windows 8.1 devices for free. This offer applies to Windows 10 Enterprise E3 and E5, and Secure Productive Enterprise E3 and E5 subscription…
The new My People feature, intended to make it easier to share with your most important friends and family, was to arrive in the Windows 10 Creators Update. Unfortunately, Microsoft announced that the feature is being delayed…
The experimental nature of Microsoft's Garage projects was demonstrated by the team's Cache app and service, which is being shut down. The app will receive no further development, and the service will cease on February 28.