Don't-Miss Software Stories
A new tool, calleed wanawiki, helps defeat the WannaCry ransomware on older Windows PCs by reconstructing the unlock key.
SAP wants to speed up how analytics adapt to change. It's doing that by embedding SAP Predictive Analytics' machine learning capabilities in S/4Hana.
Ransomware has exploded onto the PC, including the recent WannaCry outbreak. We'll show you what to do to avoid it, remove it, and—if necessary—even negotiate with its authors.
Apple's iTunes is joining Spotify in Microsoft's Windows Store.
Microsoft's Story Remix taps every key feature of the Windows platform to help you make impressive movies quickly and easily.
Research into artificial intelligence is going gangbusters, and the frenetic pace won't let up for about five years, the head of Intel's new AI division predicts.
Cortana can talk. Skype can translate. But voice dictation via Windows remains a challenge. Microsoft's Video Indexer service offers a way forward, but only for enterprise customers.
The internet of things seems tailor-made for management headaches. VMware is taking on this challenge with VMware Pulse IoT Center, a solution that draws on two platforms the company already sells.
IBM is trying to remove some of the complications related to image recognition with new tools to automate critical machine learning tasks.
Opera 45 lets you easily share content with friends thanks to built-in messaging features.
ServiceNow is bringing enhanced machine-learning capabilities to its Now Platform for business process automation, strengthening its base in IT management while making further inroads into other areas of the enterprise.
The week after a U.K. court favored SAP in a US$70 million licensing dispute, the software developer took another customer to arbitration in the U.S., this time seeking damages of over $600 million.
How do you find someone in an organization who can answer a burning question? That’s what Slack is trying to answer with an update to its search feature that was released for larger teams on Wednesday.
Microsoft's bringing the full-fat desktop versions of Office to the Windows Store to support the launch of Windows 10 S.
Microsoft hopes a new Windows 10 operating system called Windows 10 S will not only knock Chromebook's domination in education, but also provide a better way for students to learn.