Google says it is committing $300 million over the next three years to help “strengthen quality journalism.”
Video: IBM's Rometty declares 'Watson's Law' - data converging with artificial intelligence7 minutes ago
IBM Chair and CEO Ginni Rometty declared a new law such as Moore’s Law for tech at a conference in Las Vegas on Tuesday: “Watson’s Law.”
Companies looking to fill nearly 18.000 high-tech jobs across NC4 hours ago
Employers across North Carolina are looking to fill nearly 18,000 jobs across a variety of skills throughout North Carolina, according to new data from the North Carolina Technology Association. The greatest demand is for software developers.
Looking for IT work? Here are 10 most in-demand jobs, specific skills in North Carolina4 hours ago
If you are a software developer and you know Java, and you are job hunting, you have a pretty good chance of finding a new job in North Carolina.
Credit union tech startup Constellation adds new investor, hits $26M in funding3 hours ago
Constellation Digital Partners, a startup focused on a technology platform to boost technology for use by credit unions, is marching toward product development with a new investor and another $500,000 in funding.
McKinney corporate parent launches content agency with office in Durham1 hour ago
Cheil North America, the corporate parent of Durham-based marketing agency McKinney, is expanding its CYLNDR content marketing arm, including a new office in Durham.
The Federal Trade Commission has opened an investigation into whether Facebook violated an agreement with the agency on data privacy.
Disruptive Enterprises, a startup focusing on consumer products designed to improve health and wellness, has secured outside funding from investor One Better Ventures.
Lenovo rolled out today in China its latest device the tech giant hopes will bring new life to its struggling smartphone business – a truly smartphone since it packs artificial intelligence.
Jeff Bezos, founder and gazillionaire CEO of Amazon, makes headlines everywhere he walks – but when he shows up with a robot dog, Twitter goes crazy.
Facebook’s top security chief said he is still with the company following reports that his tenure may soon be over. The discussion about his status continues as it becomes clear that Facebook user information is Facebook’s currency.
Attorneys for AT&T tried to convince a judge on Monday to throw out several pieces of evidence that the Justice Department wants to submit in its lawsuit to stop the telecom company’s purchase of Time Warner.
NCSU researchers pinpoint new compounds that may be effective in containing the virulence – or ability to produce disease – of Listeria, a well-known bacterium that can cause severe food poisoning and even death.
Uber has removed its self-driving cars from the roads following what is believed to be the first fatality involving a fully autonomous car.
The shutdown of a videogame by developer Epic Games is turning into a feast for other developers.
IBM is announcing today what it’s calling the world’s smallest computer. How small? Smaller than a grain of salt. Seriously. Call them “ink dots,” says Big Blue.
Is Red Hat on the shopping list for Google? Could be. But the cost would not be cheap with Red Hat’s stock having nearly doubled in price over the past year. A takeover would likely cost more than $30 billion and spark a bidding war. At that price a deal would rank among the most expensive ever in tech.