Curved Screen: Tailfin of iPhone 6?
Most Internet Traffic Not from Humans
Microsoft Joins Fido Alliance
Strike Two in Microsoft's CEO Search
Amazon Gives Grocery Biz a Try
Bigger screens. Near-field communication. High-speed data. Productivity suites. Barring a major breakthrough, we're on the verge of a plateau in terms of what smartphones can add to our lives.
Internet traffic generated by bots instead of humans is up 21 percent compared with last year, according to a new study from research firm Incapsula. The total share of non-human traffic is 61 percent.
Redmond is looking to Fido to help move beyond passwords. That’s the Fido Alliance, an industry group that wants to standardize authentication protocols and make passwords less necessary.
The list of candidates Microsoft is considering for CEO is getting shorter every week. Now, Qualcomm COO Steve Mollenkopf is going to be promoted to CEO of his company, taking him out of the running.
Online giant Amazon.com has launched a grocery delivery business, AmazonFresh, in San Francisco as the world's largest Internet retailer expands into the consumer packaged goods sector.