We tend to believe images better than text. But these days, image manipulation is easy, and this is why we became more convinced by videos to reveal facts better.
IBM has been offering its corporate customers its Watson technology. But that was possible if they were using it on IBM's own cloud computing service.
Cryptocurrency wallets' addresses are made of long strings of characters. One of the reasons is to make sure that people copy and paste the addresses to prevent typo.
The Earth is flat, or not? One person's opinion can differ from others, but spreading conspiracy is no longer welcome on YouTube.
AI holds a lot of promise. And this is why the field is heavily-developed by many researchers from different companies, universities and organizations.
With more people becoming concerned about their privacy, VPN services are booming because of that. One of the players, is Opera.
Android operating system is great, as it is more open and flexible than competitor iOS from Apple. But when it comes to security, the answer is not so great.
ClusterFuzz from Google has long been used internally by Google for "fuzzing" and automatically detecting bugs on its products.
Skype from Microsoft was once the pioneer of VoIP. But with in the modern days of mobile internet, Skype is not anymore the first go-to-service for most people.
The iPhone-maker Apple is telling app developers to remove or properly disclose their use of analytics code that allows them to record user interactions on their apps.