This week in Android came word of yet another serious malware threat, news of Samsung's financial woes, and Microsoft released an Android launcher.
Taking some time out to answer what is probably the most commonly asked iPhone/iPad question to land in the Hardware 2.0 inbox: "Help! I've broken my iPhone/iPad screen. What do I do now?"
The National Museum of Computing's annual Summer Bytes festival will include a string of coding, code-breaking, robotics and other events designed to entertain kids during the school holidays
Polyvore's CEO promised the platform "will still be the same Polyvore that you love" while also briefly revealing new product features and perks are on the way.
With digital transformation at the top of the agenda for many organizations, the winds of change are in the air in tech departments. Here are some vital currents in the industry that IT leaders should keep in mind this year.
The technology underpinning the well-known cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, is really the star of the show. Here's why Blockchain will almost certainly lead to a digital transparency and trust revolution near you.
Throughout human history new inventions have been intended to lighten workloads and make life easier. While machinery developments such as the steam engine have facilitated travel and industry – not to...
Federal courts beginning to recognize possibility of on-going harm to those who lose financial, personal data in a breach
New products, new technologies and an acquisition announced over the last two weeks may be small items on their own, but they add up to an important shift in the Big Data space.
It's a tug of war for cell-phone privacy as U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh rules mobile-phone tracking does requires a warrant.
Unless the two tech behemoths are able to settle through mediation, which seems highly unlikely, the only big question that really remains is when will the next trial start.