Microprocessor giant Qualcomm this week reported that it earned a net income of $1.8 billion on revenues of $7.9 billion for the quarter ending March 31.
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Microsoft announced today that it has received a contract worth up to $21.88 billion over ten years to build 120,000 custom HoloLens headsets for the U.S. Army.
I’m plenty-busy here in Seattle for Microsoft Build, but I wanted to at least provide a quick rundown of today’s Google I/O announcements
Your smart lights will no longer hurt your eyes when they power back on.
Intel's Neural Compute Stick 2 will help makers bring computer vision and AI to IoT and edge device prototypes.
Microsoft today announced the October 2018 Update for Windows 10 IoT, its operating system for embedded devices.
Microsoft is kicking off Ignite 2018 in Orlando, Florida this week. Here are some early highlights from this week's announcements.
Heading home from Seattle and reflecting on this week's Build conference, I'm struck by the major change in Microsoft's tone and direction.
In a future in which the entire world is a computer, we need a more responsible approach to technology. We need Microsoft.
On the eve of Google IO, and while Microsoft was talking up IoT at its own developer show, Google announced the release of Android Things 1.0.
Bill Gates once remarked that Windows was the most versatile software that the world had ever seen. Nope.
Contrary to various reports, Microsoft will indeed charge a licensing fee for Azure Sphere. Is this a problem?
Microsoft had good reasons to choose a Linux core for its Azure Sphere OS. Was better security one of the reasons?
Microsoft's Azure Sphere represents the confluence of several big themes we've discussed here on Thurrott.com in recent weeks.
Microsoft announced a new operating system for IoT called Azure Sphere OS. But here's the shocker: It's based on Linux, not on Windows.