False and misleading claims abound that applications and cloud services are now smart. Here’s how to identify true artificial intelligence and machine learning
Stories by Galen Gruman
We’ve made a lot of progress in artificial intelligence over the last half century, but we’re nowhere near what the tech enthusiasts would have you believe
The big-screen Android smartphone is too slick for its own good, with poor design decisions that render it unnecessarily hard to use
Difficult setup and hardware issues mar an otherwise successful marriage of a smartphone to the traditional desktop experience
Go beyond the usual technology offerings for truly special gadgets to spend that holiday cash on
Even for a beta, the merger of Google's two operating systems is a disappointment that begs the question: Why bother?
Go beyond the usual technology offerings for truly special gadgets for your favorite geeks this holiday season
The Pixel is a major step up for Google's Android hardware, but Android 7.1's networking woes overly complicate corporate usage
We've seen this 'one device for everything' movie before, and it ends just as badly this time
MobileIron Bridge lets IT apply familiar group policy objects to Windows 10 PCs via emterprise mobile management, filling a big gap in Win10's new APIs
Microsoft takes another step to embrace the others' enterprise mobility management protocols
Office and Outlook have been reinvented, collaboration tools like Slack are finally useful, and devices are evolving for new digital workflows
Office 365, Office 2016, and OneDrive have finally come together across Windows, MacOS, iOS, Android, and the web -- but you still need a guide to making it all work
The US government's legal position would lead to 'absurd' results and be unconstitutional if accepted, a federal judge rules.
Encryption is a vital self-defense tool, so here's how to enable it on all your devices and computers running the major OSes