The Washington Post story about "free" super-Wi-Fi has been largely discredited, but there already is a practical plan for free Wi-Fi: Sharing. Here's how it works.
Sending a specially crafted packet to an Intel 82574L Ethernet controller can cause the hardware to hang, and the 'packet of death' could be put to malicious use and crash systems even when protected by a firewall.
Winners salesforce.com and Microsoft always have an impact. But in 2013, there are things they have to do to make the kind of impact that will be dramatic enough to stay up with what shapes up to be a very important year in the technology world.
UPDATED. The cellular giant saw its quarterly loss widen as more than 1 million subscribers left the company, thanks to the Nextel side of the business.
Which is cheaper - using open source or Microsoft's software? The software giant and the city of Munich have come up with very different answers.
EE is extending the reach of its 4G LTE coverage to include more than half of the UK's population by summer.
Tablets with keyboards are nothing new. There have been keyboards for iPads and Android tablets for quite some time but not used by many. It's possible the Surface tells consumers that all tablets are OK for productivity with keyboard attached.
There are plenty of enterprise-grade services that filter incoming messages. SaneBox is one of the latest offerings that meets the needs of small businesses.
Evernote's SME offering is now available in 33 countries across the world, with a further 50 to come later this year.
Low-power servers will grab 10 percent of the server market in the next three years, with Intel and ARM already positioning themselves for the coming battle.
The latest version of the popular Linux distribution Fedora has been released for ARM-based hardware.
The average fuel economy of new vehicles sold last month hit 24.5 miles per gallon.
The building blocks for developers to create mobile apps are in place, but it is important to equip app developers to build products that benefit both businesses and the wider local community.
Telco's net profit for the quarter slid 5 percent, but jumped 14 percent on a full-year basis bolstered by fixed network revenues. CEO Neil Montefiore is also stepping down in March this year.
Canonical says its Ubuntu smartphone will be available before the end of the year, but is remaining coy on where the handsets will be launched first.
The ailing French telecoms equipment maker also confirms CEO Ben Verwaayen has resigned but will stay on until his replacement is found. Its full year revenue drops 5.7 percent to 14.45 billion euros (US$19.58 billion).
For over 50 years, Argentine artist Marta Minujín has been creating memorable concept pieces with a little help from friends like Andy Warhol and Christo.
The Raspberry Pi foundation has signalled that a camera module for the device could be available in a matter of weeks.