The problem with a lot of touch-sensitive controls is that the communication is one-way: they can feel you, but you can't feel them.
Declining birth rate, aging population, natural disasters, pollution: Do these sound like issues the IT industry can deal with? Japanese businesses say yes, and a number of them are at the Cebit trade show in Hanover, Germany, to explain why.
It's almost four years since Edward Snowden leaked U.S. National Security Agency documents revealing the extent of the organization's surveillance of global internet traffic, but he's still making the headlines in Germany.
McDonald’s India operation asked users to upgrade their McDelivery app as a 'precautionary measure' after a security firm said it had found that it was leaking personal data of over 2.2 million users.
Intel says large-capacity Optane drives with up to 1.5TB of storage are on their way.
This piece by artist Refik Anadol takes it to infinity.
Visa's latest prototype shows off just how easy tap-to-pay can be—letting you buy stuff with a pair of sunglasses.
Yes, Visa's latest prototype lets you pay for stuff with a pair of sunglasses.
With Unavowed, Wadjet Eye's Dave Gilbert has managed to fold elements of Bioware's RPGs into a traditional point-and-click adventure—using Adventure Game Studio.
These cute robot toys are unique on their own, but they pack a secret.
Build a robot, pair it with your smartphone or tablet, and watch it come to life.
Companies that use security products to inspect HTTPS traffic might inadvertently make their users' encrypted connections less secure and expose them to man-in-the-middle attacks, the U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team warns.
South by Southwest isn't CES, and that's a good thing. It's all about bringing bizarre prototypes and big ideas to life, like Sony did with its Wow Factory.
We got a glimpse of Sony's future—a world full of augmented- and virtual-reality experiences that let you leave the headset behind.
DARPA has come up with crazy ideas in the past, and its latest is to come up with computers that are always learning, much like humans.
Local police in Minnesota are trying to solve a bank fraud scheme by demanding Google give up data on people who looked up key search terms that may be related to crime.
Microsoft takes the rather harsh step of blocking Windows updates to those who try to run Windows 7 or Windows 8 on Intel Kaby Lake or AMD Ryzen chips.
The first rumors about Android O point to new notifications, app badges, picture-in-picture, and smart text selection.
Plus: A collection of Capcom's licensed NES Disney titles, more free content for Planet Coaster, a Teslagrad follow-up, and more. This is gaming news for March 13 to 17.