Videos

  • Windows 10: What we like, what we don't like

    Windows 10: What we like, what we don't like

    Computerworld contributing writer/reviewer Preston Gralla summarizes three features of Windows 10 that he likes and two features he doesn't like. The new operating system from Microsoft launches for consumers on Wednesday, July 29.

    Windows 10: What we like, what we don't like
  • Terminator robots still cutting edge

    Terminator robots still cutting edge

    Yaskawa's Motoman robots are still on the cutting edge, 31 years after it terminated the original Terminator.

    Terminator robots still cutting edge
  • INSIDE EDGE: Key takeaways from Webroot's  Robbie Upcroft

    INSIDE EDGE: Key takeaways from Webroot's Robbie Upcroft

    Webroot managing director Asia-Pacific, Robbie Upcroft, on the key takeaways from Webroot's breakout session, It’s a Connected World Until Someone Gets Hacked. How the Channel can Take a Leadership Role in Securing the IoT .

    INSIDE EDGE: Key takeaways from Webroot's Robbie Upcroft
  • INSIDE EDGE: Key takeaways from VMware's John Donovan

    INSIDE EDGE: Key takeaways from VMware's John Donovan

    VMware director of channels and general business A/NZ, John Donovan, on the key takeaways from VMware's's breakout session, Opportunity in a liquid world: Outcomes and profitability to the channel.

    INSIDE EDGE: Key takeaways from VMware's John Donovan
  • INSIDE EDGE: Key takeaways from Telstra's Keith Masterton

    INSIDE EDGE: Key takeaways from Telstra's Keith Masterton

    Telstra director business and enterprise partners, Keith Masterton, on the key takeaways from Telstra's breakout session, Channel leadership – delivering the complete transition story.

    INSIDE EDGE: Key takeaways from Telstra's Keith Masterton
  • INSIDE EDGE: Key takeaways from SAP's Greg Miller

    INSIDE EDGE: Key takeaways from SAP's Greg Miller

    SAP VP and GM Global Partner Operations, A/NZ, Greg Miller, on the key takeaways from SAP's plenary session, Industry takes leadership role in empowering youth, at EDGE 2015 in Port Douglas.

    INSIDE EDGE: Key takeaways from SAP's Greg Miller
  • Robot hotel opens in Japan

    Robot hotel opens in Japan

    At the robot hotel near Nagasaki, a mechatronic velociraptor and female android help check you in while a robotic porter takes your bags.

    Robot hotel opens in Japan
  • NASA unveils most detailed image ever of Pluto

    NASA unveils most detailed image ever of Pluto

    NASA unveiled the most detailed image ever of Pluto at a news conference on July 15, 2015, when it showed off the first close-up picture taken by the New Horizons spacecraft.

    NASA unveils most detailed image ever of Pluto
  • Reasons behind Apple's growth in the enterprise

    Reasons behind Apple's growth in the enterprise

    Chris Pearson, CEO of JAMF Software, chats with Computerworld at the MacIT Conference about the reasons why Apple is making in-roads into enterprise environments beyond the traditional markets.

    Reasons behind Apple's growth in the enterprise
  • Why you need Open Source

    Why you need Open Source

    At the recent Red Hat Summit, Red Hat CEO James Whitehurst talks with Network World about new IT processes and why companies should focus on open source.

    Why you need Open Source
  • Drawing and writing (poorly) with HP Pro Slate 8

    Drawing and writing (poorly) with HP Pro Slate 8

    In this video demonstration, Howard Wen shows the not-entirely-accurate ability of the HP Pro Slate 8 to depict handwriting and drawing on a pad of paper.

    Drawing and writing (poorly) with HP Pro Slate 8
  • Skype for Business pros & cons

    Skype for Business pros & cons

    Reviewer Jonathan Hassell highlights some of the good features and things to watch out for in Microsoft's Skype for Business software/service.

    Skype for Business pros & cons
  • What's for dinner, Chef Watson?

    What's for dinner, Chef Watson?

    IBM and cooking magazine Bon Appetit created a web app that helps you find and created recipes using IBM's cognitive computer called Watson.

    What's for dinner, Chef Watson?
  • Why is robot autonomy so difficult?

    Why is robot autonomy so difficult?

    Roboticists at the DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals discuss with Computerworld the difficulties of creating fully autonomous robots that can handle tasks without human intervention. Many of the robots at last week's finals were semi-autonomous or relied on human operators.

    Why is robot autonomy so difficult?