It is 10 years this week since Steve Jobs walked onto a stage and said "Every once in a while, a revolutionary product comes along that changes everything". He was referring to the iPhone, launched on January 9th 2007.
Methodologists from Tilburg University and the University of Amsterdam have developed a simple web app that can automatically detect statistical errors in psychology research papers.
An array of Apple services including the App Store and Apple TV were knocked offline for several hours on Thursday due to an unexplained technical glitch.
Microsoft's Cortana is now answering requests on Google- and Apple-powered smartphones.
IBM Identity Mixer, a new tool to protect a consumer's personally identifiable information, is now generally available on IBM Cloud.
It might be hard to believe, but the first iPhone was unleashed on the world less than 10 years ago.
Smartphones and tablets have been pushing the personal computer aside, thanks in part to popular apps made by mobile-first entrepreneurs like Flipboard CEO Mike McCue.
FireChat, the mobile phone app that allows users to communicate directly with each other through Bluetooth and Wi-Fi instead of through the existing telecoms network, has demonstrated its usefulness in Hong Kong recently.
As our cars, phones and computers get "smarter" they – and the companies that provide them – know a lot more about us than they used to.
The heartache from the Heartbleed Internet flaw is not over, and some experts say the fix may lead to online disruption and confusion.