Why you shouldn't rush into the cloud

Tech chiefs are feeling the heat to move systems to the cloud. The pressure is coming not just from vendors who see the future of their products in the cloud but also increasingly from CEOs and board members.

Is Microsoft crazy to diss Office 2019? Like a fox.

The company wants you to give up your perpetual license so it can rake in perpetual income.

Bringing IoT to old-school industries without disruption is challenging

Most industries that are moving to modern IoT are faced with integrating the new technology with their older gear, making for a complex transition, but the technical side of the process is getting simpler by the day.

What is Apple driving at with its iCar?

Are rumor, speculation and myth around Apple’s Project Titan driving you crazy? Here are the facts on 10 falsehoods.

Why 5G is a major game changer for cloud computing

The data transmission rates that 5G proposes to bring – (upto 20 GBPS, that’s 20 times what 4G ever promised) – were unimaginable even a few years ago.

Folding phones aren't ready and 5G isn't here yet

Mobile World Congress is full of prototype phones that promise a future of folding handsets and blazing-fast 5G speeds. Just don't believe the hype.

Get ready for the age of sensor panic

Cameras, microphones and other sensors are showing up everywhere. And this is just the beginning.

5 reasons data science belongs in the cloud

Why laptop-hugging data scientists and server-hugging machine learning practitioners should consider letting go

Microsoft skips way, way ahead in new Windows 10 build

Microsoft is offering '20H1' builds of Windows 10 for testing. Yes, that's the build due in early 2020.

Don’t waste your money on Office 2019 (says Microsoft)

Office 2019 has been out just a few months, so naturally Microsoft has a big marketing push urging you to … NOT buy it?

When Apple, Facebook, and Google fight, we all lose

Apple, Google, and Facebook are playing a very high-profile game of chess—and we could all end up being the losers.

Why Windows may never get another killer feature

It’s a combination of things, but mostly it’s a shift in focus.