One afternoon in December, Giphy's two dozen staff members gathered around a long picnic table in their Lower East Side Manhattan office for a year-in-review meeting.
Microsoft's brain is now available for anyone to use in their apps.
The open source operating system is fast becoming an essential building block of business, powering everything from drones and TVs to the infrastructure that tackles the toughest tech challenges.
Turning apps into money has always seemed like a fairly straightforward proposition. Sell the app, get the money. Or better yet, give the app away, and sell upgrades inside it. But while the basics remain largely the same, the alchemy that goes into
11 top investment banks have used blockchain technology to do mock trades with each other, signalling a big step towards adopting the technology first developed for bitcoin into mainstream finance.
Brendan Eich reinvented the web. Now he wants to upend the advertising industry.
if Twitter's Periscope brought live streaming video to anyone with a smartphone, the team behind ZCast wants to do the same for high-quality audio.
The ad blocker's registration for the Interactive Advertising Bureau's annual conference was revoked with virtually no explanation.
When kids open Minecraft, Microsoft doesn't just want them exploring dark caverns, endless plains, and procedurally generated mountains; it wants them exploring places carved out of the real world, like ancient Pompeii, the pyramids of Giza, and Gree
The leading lights in every field now rely on data to provide key insights, and guide working practices.
Interview with Jason Rubin, president of Oculus VR's worldwide studios
Books aren't dead. They're just getting digitized, like everything else. While there's a real charm to owning a stack of bound paper that you can fold the corners of, underline, and read without staring at a screen, ebooks are far more convenie
Skype has just launched a new feature that's very impressive indeed - live translation.
With a bill reintroduced last week, a New York Assemblyman wants to make it easy for the government to get inside smartphones.
Michael Crosswhite comes in studio to re-cap his recent trip to CES 2016 (Consumer Electronics Show) held in Las Vegas, NV last week, complete with all the cool techno gadgets that he saw there
Using your phone's microphone to tell what you are watching... WOW!
Linux is everywhere these days. It runs our phones, the web servers that underpin everything from Facebook to Google, even our cars.
The Bitcoin software park is enriching with upcoming apps that convert fiat currency to BitcoinCT r: 10, transfer it and reconvert it to fiat, all in a single step. Who needs a money transfer service, when you can just download an app?
In a rapidly expanding universe, it can be hard for casual stargazers to keep track of all those stars, planets and constellations in the night sky.
Ad-block software is approaching 200 million users -- here's how publishers are reacting
If your time is too valuable to pull in and out of the garage, Tesla Motors has you covered.
Top Obama administration officials are holding a summit meeting on counterterrorism on Friday in Silicon Valley with top tech executives, including Apple CEO Tim Cook.
I've tried a lot of different virtual reality experiences. Some good, some extraordinarily amazing, and some terrible. But mostly good.
It's the beginning of the new year, which means that CES 2016 is underway.
This article, A Windows 10 'superphone' is coming from an unexpected source, originally appeared on CNET.com.
You'll be able to do a lot more with your Samsung television next year.
Open source software--software freely shared with the world at large--is an old idea. A guy named Richard Stallman started preaching the gospel in the early '80s, though he called it free software.
Open source software--software freely shared with the world at large--is an old idea.
When facial recognition tools are available to everyone, everywhere, their use will become ubiquitous and gradually put a net of control over unsuspecting users.