Microsoft is offering hackers up to $100,000 if they can break the security of the company's custom Linux OS.
Google Lens already helps you search for stuff via pictures, which is handy if you want to know what a particular type of plant is or what a statue is called. Now though, it's getting a few new features to help you be more productive.
Today Google's new music streaming service is getting a couple new features. There's a new Explore tab in the YouTube Music app waiting to help you discover more tracks, and you also get song lyrics so that you can sing along to your favorite tunes.
Microsoft said today that the number of people who use its passwordless login solutions has now reached 150 million, up from 100 million reported last November at the Microsoft Ignite conference.
Apple's US retail stores have been closed since mid-March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the company is going to start opening some of them back up next week.
Fitbit is about to launch its first ever large-scale virtual health study. The Fitbit Heart Study will monitor the heartbeats of hundreds of thousands of users, in a bid to detect atrial fibrillation (AFib), more commonly known as irregular heart rhythm.
Small to medium business owners generally want a something in a compact design, to lug it around to a business meeting to take essential notes, but ultimately can be managed from a central administration system across hundreds or thousands of employees.
Google sells a lot of devices through its store. As such, there are bound to be some shipping mishaps when that much inventory is coming and going.
In October of last year, Google hired Javier Soltero to be the VP and GM of G Suite, its set of office apps and -- importantly for today's news -- Google Meet and Google Chat. Now, the company is putting him in charge of yet another set of products: Messages, Duo, and the phone app on Android.
The Food and Drug administration (FDA) has given approval to biotech company Moderna to begin the next phase of testing on its coronavirus vaccine candidate, the company announced Thursday (May 7).
Apple's iPhone 11 has been well received by consumers all over the world and established itself as the brand's current best-selling smartphone.