Microsoft today released an Android public beta for its virtual assistant Cortana, according to a blog post from the company. The release will pit Cortana squarely against Google's own voice-activated assistance offering Google Now.
The latest news to challenge the security bona fides of Apple devices is a survey of 2,249 U.S. workers by Dimensional Research and released Monday by Centrify. The survey found management and security shortcomings when it comes to Apple device use in the enterprise.
Salesforce beat analys t expectations for the quarter ending July 31, continuing to grow at a rapid pace.
Any designer knows that her work doesn't just appear out of thin air. It takes time to envision a design and build it to a company's liking. Sometimes that design needs extra eyes on it throughout the process. Design-sharing software Wake may be the key to getting these designs in the appropriate hands for critique.
Virtualization software provider Parallels today made the whole of Windows 10 available to Mac users with its latest offering, Parallels Desktop 11 for Mac. The new product also gives Mac users access to a virtual assistant, Microsoft's Cortana, a function that has long been strangely absent from Apple computers.
Apple devices are popular with enterprises because of their reputation for rock-solid security. Yet, Apple had to plug a staggering 71 security holes in its latest update to its mobile operating system.
While Google has been grabbing the self-driver car headlines, Apple has been quietly working on its own self-driving car under the secretive Project Titan, according to internal documents obtained by The Guardian through a public records act request.
Apple became the latest tech company to release a mid-year diversity report, boasting about progress in hiring a more diverse workforce. It just barely moved the needle, though, compared to last year.
Apple has updated its TestFlight app to allow developers to seed iOS 9 beta builds on their apps to users outside their development teams, reported AppleInsider.
Apple is reportedly working with more than 40 enterprise app developers to target businesses as it seeks to shore up faltering iPad sales, according to the Wall Street Journal.