Tagging photos with keywords allows you to quickly search for specific images based on what is shown in them.
Why the internet is full of lies and why the problem isn’t getting fixed are big questions few in the tech industry seem eager to answer.
A maker of chip-testing equipment, Xcerra, said it was walking away from a proposed sale to a Chinese group because of regulatory concerns.
If you want to browse international sites but cannot understand the text, a number of software interpreters will translate for you.
If you need to electronically sign PDF files, annotation tools built into popular programs let you scrawl your name right on the screen.
The building blocks of A.I. are becoming more affordable and easier to work with. A new report explains why that opens the door to additional risks.
The decision by a federal judge hampers the company’s argument that politics influenced the government’s move to block its $85 billion merger with Time Warner.
If your lightweight laptop comes with only one standard port for plugging in devices, adding a dock or hub allows you to reconnect with your hardware.
While it does not back up personal data,
A look at the week’s developments in tech, plus a request: Which tech stories would you like to read more about?
All the personal tasks in our lives are being made easier. But at what cost?
If you have a device running the Chrome OS but prefer
You can keep an eye on what people are talking about on Twitter even if you prefer to skip the apps and stick to a flip phone or a web browser.
The ability of the ancient pests may owe less to their speed than to their tough-shock absorbent exoskeletons. The finding could help engineers design tougher robots.
In her second ruling in a week against the