Why is Windows 10 a mess?
AWS offers Rust project promotional credits after the language's adoption grows inside the company's infrastructure.
The major US cell phone companies -- AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon -- have joined forces behind a replacement for today's texting standard: Rich Communication Services. Now, if only Apple were to get behind this move.
The iLife A9 is a nice robot vacuum, and for under $280, it will simplify your house cleaning routine and automate a tedious floor cleaning job.
ZDNet's Stephanie Condon tells Karen Roby how Oracle's new IXP FilterCheck works and why Oracle's making it available.
As 2019 ends, Jason Cipriani and Jason Perlow think about the past decade and the technology that has changed our lives.
From mobile phones to search to email, Ed Bott explains what privacy-friendly alternatives are available
Over 9,000 cybercrime reports got quarantined by accident.
What would happen if Twitter or Facebook removed your account, deleted your posts, and silenced your communications? New app Twetch, built for the blockchain, aims to solve that issue.
Dr. Jamie Paik, director of the Reconfigurable Robotics Lab, talks to ZDNet's Tonya Hall about the pros and cons of traditional robots and how robots designed like origami will be a future trend.
With its new preview, Microsoft moves closer to a feature-complete release for its Windows Terminal app.