IoT, Fitness Trackers Powering Consumer Tech Market
Wearables, wireless audio, and the connected devices that are paving the way to the Internet of Things are driving spending in the consumer tech market in 2016, according to a report from the Consumer Technology Association.
iPhone Sales Slump: How Apple Can Fix It
Apple CEO Tim Cook is optimistic about the company's future even though it just posted its first-ever drop in iPhone shipments during its latest earnings report.
Apple Watch Apps Will Have To Run Natively
On the wearable's one-year anniversary, Apple told developers over the weekend that all new watchOS apps submitted to the App Store must be native apps starting June 1.
Microsoft, Google Call A Truce On Lawsuits
Microsoft and Google have agreed to abandon all regulatory disputes against each other and have decided to handle any future potential conflicts via collaboration, instead of court fights.
Opera's Free VPN Offers Web Browsing Privacy
Opera's free VPN capability allows users to change their location and access websites and content that may be geographically restricted. This comes as the company has also offered ad blockers, and as users are looking for more ways to stay private online.
Apple Car: Secret Berlin Lab Details Emerge
In an effort to ramp up its vision for an electric and/or self-driving car, Apple's Project Titan is operating a secret lab in the heart of Germany's auto mecca, according to reports.
Facebook F8: The Bots Are Coming
At Facebook's developer conference, CEO Mark Zuckerberg introduced Messenger Platform, the Facebook Live API, and other tools for sharing and connecting.
10 Cloud Jobs In Highest Demand Now
Companies are increasingly turning toward the cloud and need to hire workers who can help them get there. Here are the top 10 cloud positions in demand, some of which may surprise you.
'Everydata': Littlest Data Causes Biggest Impact
A new book by authors John Johnson and Mike Gluck, offers tools for better understanding the "little data" in our lives, and reasons for being leery of big data claims that others make. Johnson spoke with InformationWeek about how data is interrupted and misinterpreted all the time.
iPad Pro 9.7 May Be Apple's Best Tablet Yet
Apple's mid-size 9.7-inch tablet takes a big step forward in the new iPad Pro. This powerful slate offers plenty for mobile professionals to like. Here's an up-close look.
Amazon Echo: A Rising Rock Star?
Amazon's Echo device and its Alexa digital assistant are changing the consumer online shopping experience and integrating it into the home.
Toyota Invests In Autonomous Vehicle Center In Michigan
The Toyota Research Institute in Ann Arbor will specialize in self-driving vehicle tech. The facility, with researchers looking into topics from autonomous vehicle to AI, joins existing TRI hubs in California and Massachusetts.
Top 10 All-Time Favorite Apple Commercials
Apple recently marked its 40th birthday, and the company settled into middle age with a couple of new TV ads. Through the last four decades, Apple has produced not only iconic products, but also memorable commercials. We take a look at our 10 favorite Apple ads of all time.
10 Top Tech Companies Poised For Massive Layoffs
Tech workers across the nation may witness a massive pink slip parade this year, should one Wall Street analyst's prediction of more than 260,000 tech layoffs in 2016 come true. Here's at a look at the top 10 companies on his list and why they are there.
Android Auto Rolls Into 18 New Countries
Google's Android Auto tool that gives drivers access to features including maps, music, and search, is now available in a larger selection of countries around the world.
Tesla Model 3 Orders Pile Up As Musk Takes To Twitter
All predictions of preorder sales success for the Model 3 have been blown out of the water, with Tesla receiving more than a quarter million in only a few days. In the meantime, CEO Elon Musk took to Twitter to continue the hype and talk up production.
Clorox CIO: Driving The New Customer Experience
Clorox CIO Manjit Singh shares his insights on how a flexible IT infrastructure and a strong relationship with the marketing department can put tech professionals in the front seat when it comes to improving consumer experiences.
Tesla Model 3, BMW i3: 10 Electric Vehicles To Own
On March 31, Tesla Motors unveiled its Model 3, one of the most hotly anticipated electric cars in what is becoming a burgeoning market. Tesla is not alone. BMW, Chevy, Ford, and others are looking to change how the world moves. Here's a look at the best electric vehicles on the market.
Apple At 40: 12 Products That Changed Computing Forever
Apple reached its 40th anniversary this month, no mean feat in a tech industry littered with the names of long-gone giants. Here's a look at the 12 products that defined the company, and changed what we know as computing in the process.
Tesla's Model 3 Sedan Offers Affordable $35,000 Price Tag
Tesla CEO Elon Musk took the wraps off its highly anticipated Model 3 sedan on March 31. It's the first vehicle the company has manufactured that targets the average car-buying consumer. The company already has 115,000 preorders in.
6 Ways To Become An IT Talent Magnet
Dan Roberts, CEO and president of Ouelette & Associates Consulting, has been coaching CIOs since 1984. What's he's found is that those with a track record for creating high-performing cultures focus on one thing above all else: talent. Here, he shares his guidance on how you can become an IT talent magnet.