Advertisers have been using a flaw in Internet Explorer to log the mouse movements of users, an issue that could be used to log authentication data entered via virtual keyboards.
In a "I'm not really surprised by this" moment, Microsoft's Office for iOS users is more than a ploy, it's a statement.
The 100% renewably powered grid is coming sooner than you think. The only question is whether grid operators will be ready for it in time.
Researchers at Rice University make a breakthrough in solar thermal technology.
Transporting energy long distances has one big problem: It loses energy. But a new invention could solve that -- and give renewable energy a boost.
A report from Goldman Sachs, estimating that a nationwide rollout of Google Fiber will cost US$140 billion to complete in the US, puts Australia's fibre-to-the-premise NBN project in perspective.
With Windows 10, Microsoft is planning to break from the past, replacing Internet Explorer with a cleaner, faster way to browse the web. Here's why your organization may decide to stick with IE.
CAPE TOWN -- A Cape Town design studio sets up public office for a community approach to design.
The long wait is over — the Samba project has announced the release of an Active Directory-compatible domain controller.
An Intel security expert explains why BYOD is inevitable in healthcare, and why consumerization might be a good thing to embrace in your organization.
"The Morning Briefing" is SmartPlanet's daily roundup of must-reads from the web. This morning we're reading about flexible work lifestyles and environments.
Johns Hopkins scientists provide proof of principle that sequencing genomes could lead to a simple, universal cancer blood test in the next five years.
The Malaysian telco is setting aside the amount for the next three years to deploy its LTE services nationwide.
Patent licensing company has filed a suit in the U.S. against the Canadian phonemaker for violating one of its patents.
DOHA -- Developed nations industrialized, then realized the harm. New emissions guidelines threaten emerging economies' success. Will one help the other?
I have grave misgivings over corporate welfare, especially in the tech sector.
More than a half-million companies are extending the database platform to improve internal workflows and automate paper-driven processes.
An unnamed tablet with an Intel Medfield chip and running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich has popped up at the FCC. Will it launch at CES 2013?
Quick Response (QR) codes may have been used poorly in recent times, but BPAY doesn't think it's a fad that will go away and is keen to deploy the technology for bill payment purposes.