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Mobile Internet Crucial to Bridging the US Connectivity Gap

The US Federal Communications Commission reported that 25 million US residents still lack access to a home broadband service.

Microsoft, T-Mobile and other carriers announced their independent efforts to bring broadband access to rural areas.

What's New with the IoT Supplier after Parting from Intel?

It's been an eventful 12 months for Wind River, which makes operating systems and tools for the industrial Internet of things.

We recently sat down with CEO Jim Douglas to find out about the direction it's taking after being spun out of Intel earlier in 2018.

Russian Search Engine Giant Debuts Its First Smartphone

Yandex, "the Russian Google", introduced its smartphone this week, an entry-level Android device that puts Yandex services into focus.

The phone comes preloaded with Yandex software including its GPS, music and weather apps, as well as a virtual assistant called Alice.

Flood of Announcements Give AWS a Firmer Grip on Cloud Market

With more than 140 new capabilities introduced, Amazon Web Services' annual customer and developer event was a show of force.

re:Invent 2018 shone light on the company's strategy in artificial intelligence and machine learning, and how it's paying dividends.

Operator's Swift Action Should Mean the Long-Term Impact Is Minimal

Last week, UK operator O2 suffered a network outage that left millions of customers without access to mobile data.

Despite the widespread disruption, O2 has the necessary strengths to limit damage to its brand in the long term.

Microsoft Is Again the World's Most Valuable Company

The Redmond firm ranked as the world's most valuable organization in the early 2000s.

Open-source and free software, once an anathema to Microsoft, has been embraced as a vital tool of software development under CEO Satya Nadella.