Mandiant report alleging the Chinese army launched cyberattacks is counteractive since China will now revamp its tactics to be stealthier, and security industry must re-evaluate its defense strategy.
In late-2011 I tried Windows Phone. I didn't like it. I've just tried Windows Phone again. I still don't like it, but I do have a better idea as to why...
In a crowded market does the ZTE Grand Memo have what it takes to stand out from the competition? ZDNet went hands-on with the device at Mobile World Congress to see what it could offer.
South Korean electronics giant is focusing on content verticals including services for the elderly community, sports fans, casual gamers, and art lovers to keep its edge across various devices.
Can a billboard improve water access in a desert megacity?
Automakers and technology companies are increasingly joining forces to bring customers the connected car. Check out how GM, Honda and Ford plan to make cars more connected.
At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Samsung has shown off the Galaxy Note 8.0, a tablet follow-up to its successful Note and Note II tablets.
Users who have switched from 3G to long-term evolution handsets and network are satisfied with the speed of connection, but complain that coverage is still lacking.
New risks constantly rear their ugly heads in the game of business security. SAP just announced a solution to the latest threat: cloud-based file sharing systems
A spelunker finds a possible cure to the scourge of drug resistant bacteria, a third of a mile under New Mexico.
Private cloud adoption will drive converged systems adoption, which will in turn drive uptake of Linux-based servers, according to IDC research director Matthew Oostveen.
Most doctors in the U.S. believe that virtual assistants will change how they interact and use electronic health records in the next five years, according to Nuance.
BlackBerry partners local bank and mobile payment money to pilot BBM Money, allowing users to make secure money transfers with other BB Messenger users.
Soon GM's 4G vehicles will allow passengers to stream Netflix in the back seat. But that won't be the only benefit of the broadband-connected cars.
A survey of 477 IT managers has found that there is less IT involvement in BYOD decisions, and frustration with the inevitable support they will require. But users need to set the terms.
Some scientists are staking out extreme frontiers in science and technology. Author W. Patrick McCray recounts how their visions have shaped - and could shape - our world.
Modular solutions can speed the construction process, but only when they contribute positively to the overall precision and elegance of an architectural design.
MEXICO CITY -- Many Mexican families depend on cash from relatives working in the U.S. Could a drop in immigration hurt the Mexican economy?