AI Adoption Set to Take Off in the EnterpriseBy Pedro Hernandez
| News Article Published on January 20, 2017
Businesses may be bullish about putting artificial intelligence technologies to work but ethical concerns are putting a damper on things, finds a new study from Infosys.
Deloitte Blockchain Lab Opens in NYCBy Pedro Hernandez
| News Article Published on January 12, 2017
In Wall Street's shadow, Deloitte's new practice opens in what may be a "make or break" year for blockchain.
Enterprise Smartphones Gain, Tablets WaneBy Pedro Hernandez
| News Article Published on December 22, 2016
Business demand for smartphones, particularly the new iPhone 7, pushed shipments up in Q3, reports Strategy Analytics.
Where Does Ubuntu Fit Into the Internet of Things?By Sean Michael Kerner
| News Article Published on December 20, 2016
Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Ubuntu Linux, talks about IoT and definitively answers the question about whether he has plans for an Ubuntu smartwatch.
IoT and AI Adoption Outpace VR at BusinessesBy Pedro Hernandez
| News Article Published on December 07, 2016
Businesses are likelier to embrace the Internet of Things and artificial intelligence before buying virtual reality headsets and 3d printers, finds a new study from Spiceworks.
Wearables Market Is Fond of FitnessBy Pedro Hernandez
| News Article Published on December 05, 2016
Fitbit leads the pack as health-monitoring wearables far outpace smartwatches in IDC's latest analysis of the market.
Digital Transformation and IT's Changing RoleBy Pedro Hernandez
| News Article Published on December 01, 2016
IT departments are no longer solely in charge of setting their organization's tech strategy, and that's not necessarily a bad thing.
Ecommerce Traffic Spiked on Black Friday: VerizonBy Pedro Hernandez
| News Article Published on November 28, 2016
Shoppers are flooding the Internet this holiday shopping season in search of deals. Surprisingly, traffic attributable to mobile devices dipped slightly.