PayPal reports solid Q3, active user base reaches 218 million

The company says it grew its active account base by 8.2 million during Q3.

Facebook open sources concurrent programming debugger

One of the hardest tricks for any programmer to do is to master concurrent programming. Facebook's new tool, RacerD, goes a long way to helping developers spot concurrency errors.

Medical marijuana: How IT can spark the budding cannabis industry

This fast-growing but difficult-to-navigate vertical needs IT providers. But how many will cater to a $20 billion industry that the feds consider illegal?

Bugged Out: Flying Insects Are Dying Off at an Alarming Rate

Scientists recorded a 76 percent decline in bug volume from 1989 to 2016. The midsummer loss during the 27-year-period was as high as 82 percent.

Leaked: Facebook security boss says its corporate network is run "like a college campus"

The source of the recording said Facebook's senior management and executives were apathetic to matters of cybersecurity. Facebook's security chief said he used one of the remarks "as a figure of speech."

Microsoft's Windows Server 1709: What's missing

Microsoft's latest Windows Server 2016 feature update, known as Build 1709, doesn't include support for Windows Server Essentials or Storage Spaces Direct.

Intel unveils developer kit for third party Alexa devices

The chip giant said the Speech Enabling Developer Kit provides a complete audio front-end solution for far-field voice control.

That Pixel 2 XL screen: Just how bad is it?

There have been a lot of complaints about the display on Google's Pixel 2 XL. Is it annoying? Sure. A showstopper? Certainly not, and here's why.

New Motorcycles and Gear You Need to Know for 2018

The new, cool, and weird stuff from 2017 AIM Expo.

Take a 360-Degree Tour to See a World War II Shipwreck in Stunning Detail

The SS Thistlegorm has been digitized for your convenience.

Alphabet leads $1B investment round in Lyft

The investment adds another strand to the complicated web of alliances and rivalries developing in the emerging self-driving car market.

Bose QC35ii review

Bose has introduced the second-generation Bose QC35ii headphones, offering a handful of upgrades compared to 2016's QC35s.We’ve spent some time with the Bose QC35ii headphones, and here’s what we think.

NASA Is Launching a New Satellite to Explore the Nearest Reaches of Space

The border between our atmosphere and space may be one of the least understood regions in the solar system.

The Apple Watch 3 is awesome

Ten days in with the new Apple Watch 3 and I'm amazed by how quickly it integrated into daily life.

Premier League predictions: Lawro v England cricket captain Joe Root

Mark Lawrenson takes on England cricket captain Joe Root in the next round of Premier League matches.

Best Black Friday headphones deals 2017

Get a great deal on the headphones you’ve been after this Black Friday with our hand-picked deals

Scientists Scout Lunar Caverns As Possible Sites for a Moon Base

These underground networks of "lava tubes" could protect future astronauts from the harsh conditions on the moon.

A tenth of datacentre managers shun use of DCIM tools, survey finds

The findings of a new report by Siemens and Intel suggests datacentre managers are taking a reactive approach to keeping on monitoring and managing the health of their infrastructure

A tenth of datacentre managers shun use of DCIM tools, survey finds

The findings of a new report by Siemens and Intel suggests datacentre managers are taking a reactive approach to keeping on monitoring and managing the health of their infrastructure

A tenth of datacentre managers shun use of DCIM tools, survey finds

The findings of a new report by Siemens and Intel suggests datacentre managers are taking a reactive approach to keeping on monitoring and managing the health of their infrastructure

A tenth of datacentre managers shun use of DCIM tools, survey finds

The findings of a new report by Siemens and Intel suggests datacentre managers are taking a reactive approach to keeping on monitoring and managing the health of their infrastructure

Australian carmaking runs out of road

The final vehicle left the production line on Friday, in what many consider a symbolic moment.

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