Microsoft is taking another step towards serving workers who aren’t at computers all day with a new Office 365 service launched Thursday. StaffHub, which is part of the company’s enterprise productivity offering, allows managers to set schedules for deskless workers like retail employees and service technicians.
On Wednesday, Facebook announced a new suite of initiatives aimed at improving its collaboration with journalists and media companies.
A team of philanthropists and tech luminaries have put together a fund aimed at bringing more humanity into the A.I. development process.
Microsoft is turning the BSOD into a GSOD for users of its Windows 10 beta.
Microsoft is giving users some more control over Windows 10 updates, with a new beta build of its operating system released Monday.
Internet-connected intelligent gizmos had a big showing at this year's Consumer Electronics Show, and there is one common thread between them: Amazon’s Alexa virtual assistant.
Intel’s Project Alloy prototype is cool, but a lot is still unknown about what consumers will get when it ships later this year.
Microsoft just announced a new Connected Vehicle Platform, which brings together a suite of services for connected cars.
Intel is serious about bringing its Project Alloy untethered VR headset to the masses. On Wednesday, company CEO Brian Krzanich said that it will be available in the fourth quarter of 2017. That will be roughly a year and a half after the company announced it at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco.
LG kicked off the second press day of the Consumer Electronics Show on Wednesday with a 45-minute keynote featuring robots, consumer appliances, and more. Here are the biggest announcements that the company made:
2016 was a big year for splashy Microsoft announcements. But there was some news that flew under the radar.
Microsoft Chief Marketing Officer said in an interview that foisting a Windows 10 upgrade on users wasn't entirely the right thing to do.
It's been a year of change in the enterprise software market. Here are some of the top trends from this year that we’ll likely still be talking about next year.
Microsoft is trying to help create machines that can have conversations by releasing a new set of data for free.
Zinc, a messaging platform for businesses, announced Friday that it is launching a set of new features aimed at helping desk-less workers get the most out of enterprise instant messaging.
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