Karen Roby reports on this week’s biggest tech news, which includes the FBI’s most wanted cybercriminals, a look at new mid-priced phones, a smarter Roomba, and the best websites for resumes.
Two of Red Hat’s more popular offerings received updates.
A report out from Talos on the state of ATM malware contains lots of tips on protecting these machines from malware, and they’re just as applicable to other industries.
Android Q’s features will transform some phones into more user-friendly, customizable, and secure environments. Here’s what developers, businesses, and users need to know about Google’s Android 10.0.
Digital Wellbeing makes it easy to prevent certain apps from interrupting your busy day.
After speaking with SADA Systems leaders about their processes and future plans, Andy Wolber offers four lessons for hiring an employee or selecting a professional services partner.
If you are interested in pursuing a career in mobile development and don’t know where to start, here’s your go-to guide for salaries, skills, and the best programming languages to learn.
The argument from Salesforce is that the time is right to use blockchain for customer data “in a distributed, verified and secure way.”
Salesforce announced a low-code blockchain platform, an AI bias module for Trailhead, and its newly open sourced developer platform at its annual conference.
Higher speeds and better write endurances were the focus for storage at Computex 2019. Here’s what you need to know.