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The German government doles out common-sense advice on using Windows 8 and TPM 2.0 chips in conjunction, but it's distorted by some observers into wild claims of "back doors."
The companies didn't say how much they've invested in the firm, but Samsung says that it hopes to have better voice-driven and context-aware services on its products.
With his new responsibilities, the famed designer of Apple's iconic hardware is now tasked with making complexity disappear from the company's smartphone, tablet, and desktop software.
Dutch researchers believe EU data stored on the Web can be obtained by U.S. authorities, despite EU data protection laws.
With a public beta of Photoshop CS6 arriving tonight, Adobe is moving video editing from a sideshow to center stage, matching the real-world merging of still photography and videography.
An interesting debate recently between groups calling for regulation of the cloud and those opposed to it, highlights an interesting problem with big repercussions: how do we safely regulate a complex automated system?
Seeing through the data haze remains a challenge. Semantic data can help provide instant context to applications.
Google's sales partners are eager to coax existing Google Apps customers to embrace the Chrome OS hardware as well. The pitch could be just the thing for business buyers.
While many are proclaiming the victory of public cloud security over that of enterprise data centers, their evaluations often miss the elephant in the room: cloud and the law.
Context-aware computing is the future of personal tech, says Intel CTO. That means your gadgets will learn about you, and not the other way around.