Although chatbot use rises, we still prefer talking to humans
Research has forecast that bot interactions in the banking sector, completed without human assistance, will move from 12 percent to over 90 percent in 2022. Will this mean the end of the contact centre agent as bots take over?
US reveals new airport security measures to avoid expanding laptop ban
The new decree may make life easier for travelers, but certainly not for airlines.
Parallels debuts Toolbox for Windows
Parallels Toolbox for Windows is a suite of more than 20 time-saving, single-purpose tools that let you complete common computing tasks -- in just one click.
The SD-WAN Race -- ready, set, wait?
In the SD-WAN race, every horse believes it has some form of "special sauce". Picking a winner looks tough. Looks like I am going to need a few more jockeys.
Canada's ruling on Google search results sparks censorship concerns
The ruling, requiring Google to de-index a company's website globally, sets a dangerous precedent, some internet freedom advocates warn.
Google Cloud Platform, Nutanix forge hybrid cloud strategic pact
Google Cloud and Nutanix joint customers will be able to manage on-premises and public cloud infrastructure as one unified service.
Nutanix launches management stack for multiple clouds
The Nutanix Enterprise Cloud OS, Calm dashboard and Xi Cloud Services combine to manage public and hybrid environments.
Rosey the robot is finally on her way
Sphero spin-off Misty Robotics is the latest company to promise to bring Jetsons-style robots to every home and office.
Google experiments with native, mobile VR ad formats
Google shared its first idea for a native VR format, explaining ads should be non-intrusive and easy for developers to implement and customize.
The biggest Windows 10 shop? Microsoft partner Accenture
Accenture is on track to have all of its 400,000 employees on Windows 10 by 2018, officials say, which will culminate a two-year corporate migration.