When the Internet is down for us, many of the things we do become unavailable. Many organizations are, in effect, crossing their fingers rather than planning in earnest.
The finance industry needs to take note of Metel: an unusual hacking group which has learned how to rollback ATM transactions to cover fraudulent cash flows.
Cognizant is performing well, but sees sales lower than expectations in the current quarter.
Virtual reality is a hot technology, but can tech chiefs build a business case for using it yet?
With ancient artefacts from the 1980s and 1990s at the Internet Archive's new online museum, you can take a stroll down malware memory lane.
Remember the last time you paid for a desktop OS upgrade? We're half a year into Windows 10 with no announced plan for what happens after the free year of upgrades is over. David Gewirtz thinks paid OS upgrades are a thing of the past.
The market leader in self-service data discovery and visualisation, Tableau 9.2 continues to improve and delight with plenty of enhancements to help keep the competition at bay.
Finnish startup Zyptonite reckons its comms app's use of peer-to-peer tech, as opposed to routing conversations through servers, gives it an edge over market leaders such as Skype.
Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) displays are now available not only in smartphones and televisions, but also laptops and PC monitors. We explore how OLED screen technology compares and competes with LCD products.
A startup called Mast just launched a mobile service for gig economy workers with a common communications problem.
Google's new wireless-charging tests show it knows it needs a better system than just plugging autonomous vehicles into the mains.