DAILY VIDEO: Toshiba will sell its flash memory unit to Bain Capital and SK Hynix; the CCleaner attack shows the need to bolster software development security; Microsoft embeds Hexadite's AI tech into Windows Defender ATP; and there's more.
DAILY VIDEO: Oracle aims to overtake AWS with simplified cloud services pricing; Cloudflare and Google collaborate on app developer incentives; Salesforce updates Sales Cloud with Einstein AI forecasting; and there's more.
DAILY VIDEO: The Equifax breach leads to CIO and CSO departures as the investigation continues; Oracle unveils a new SPARC chip in the wake of layoff reports; Microsoft tackles fake news with Bing's new Fact Check label; and there's more.
DAILY VIDEO: Facebook turns over details of Russian campaign ads to Mueller; three female ex-employees sue Google claiming wage discrimination; quantum computing poses risks to cryptography and Bitcoin; and there's more.
DAILY VIDEO: Apple's new iPhone X and iPhone 8 models hit the target, analysts find; malware alerts prompt Google to purge Android apps from its Play store; Microsoft readies new "Project Honolulu" GUI tools for Windows Server; and there's more.
DAILY VIDEO: DHS bans federal agencies from using Kaspersky security products; Yelp says Google is still using its content in violation of an FTC agreement; Bing image search gets a machine learning boost; and there's more.
VIDEO: Heptio CEO Craig McLuckie discusses what's missing from Kubernetes today and where his company is headed.
VIDEO: Jim Zemlin, Executive Director of The Linux Foundation explains what his organization is doing to push open-source software forward.
DAILY VIDEO: Apple iPhone X debuts with Face ID security and the highest ever price tag; Qualcomm tries to steal the spotlight from Apple and its iPhone X; BlueBorne Bluetooth flaws put billions of devices at risk; and there's more.
DAILY VIDEO: Linus Torvalds wants attackers to join Linux kernel development; the Equifax breach potentially was triggered by the Apache Struts vulnerability; ScanMyPhotos offers free service for residents of Texas and Florida; and there's more.