Should Leaked Exploits Be Revealed by the NSA?
Once attack tools are leaked, many attackers quickly adopt them. Will the leaked NSA exploits be used in an attack, and what is being done?
Microsoft Previews Accessibility Enhancements to Office
Microsoft adds such new features as improved Editor functionality that assists users with dyslexia, a high-contrast mode in Excel and an expanded Accessibility Checker.
Rackspace Goes Private in Acquisition Deal
Going private will let Rackspace build its private OpenStack, "Fanatical Support" portfolios and customer bases, all with less outside pressure.
Alphabet May Be Scaling Back Google Fiber: Reports
Alphabet CEO Larry Page reportedly wants Fiber staff to be cut, but reports about this scaling back are at odds with recent CFO comments.
HPE, HP Inc. Sued for Age Discrimination
HP targeted older workers as it cut tens of thousands of jobs, and the practice continued after the company split in two, four ex-employees say.
IDVector Offers Alternative Approach to VPNs
IDVector, a security startup, builds ephemeral connections though cloud providers to help provide security and some anonymity for users.
Microsoft Updates Power BI With More Analytics Options
Microsoft gathers Power BI Desktop's analytics features into a handy new pane and adds new data connectors in the latest update.
Vidyo Aims to Make Embedding Video Easier
The Vidyo.io video PaaS, due out this fall, will give developers the technologies they need to integrate video into their apps.
IBM Expands Cloud Presence With New Korean Data Center
IBM's new cloud data center in Korea will support cognitive computing and artificial intelligence solutions as well as internet of things and big data apps.
Windows 2016 Offer Aimed at Luring Away VMware Customers
Microsoft dangles Free Windows Server 2016 offer for VMware shops; IBM takes aim at Intel with upcoming Power9 chips; Nvidia unveils powerful new processor for self-driving cars; and there's more.