15 hours ago 1By Joseph KellerApple and Cisco have announced a new partnership focused on enterprise customers. The two companies will work together to help Apple's devices work on Cisco's networks better than they ever have.
28 August 2015 5By Joseph KellerApple has joined a new program from the U.S. Department of Defense to develop high-tech sensors and wearables for the military. The sensors would be designed to be worn by soldiers, but could also find their way on to ships and aircraft.
27 August 2015 3By Mark GuimI love sharing photos on Instagram, and 300 million other users feel the same, but I don't like the fact that my Twitter followers can't preview the image directly from my timeline. Instagram has disabled photo integration with Twitter, but there's a workaround.
26 August 2015 3By Joseph KellerFacebook has announced M, its take on the virtual assistant. A part of Messenger, M is now in testing in the San Francisco Bay Area, and is powered by both artificial intelligence and human operators.
26 August 2015 2By Rene RitchieAuto play video is a great way to boost engagement (and views!) but it can force disturbing and even offensive content on unsuspecting users and that's not okay. While auto-play should be opt-in you can opt out, and Twitter makes it possible to turn it off on both the website and the iPhone and iPad app.