In wake of the Snowden leaks, concerns about data security and privacy have risen sharply.
Adding numbers, reversing or using 'l33t speak' to differentiate passwords on different accounts does avoid password re-use, but it's an ineffective way of adding security to online accounts.
Most mobile subscribers in India are prepaid customers, for a variety of reasons. However, more would be willing to migrate to a postpaid connection if faster speeds were provided--a boost in ARPU for telcos.
Over 1 million smart wearable bands will be shipped globally by end-2013, with more smart wearable devices expected to hit the market next year as focus shifts to better design and power-efficient displays.
In another measure against possible terrorist attacks, the Indian government is launching an Internet spy system capable of detecting words in a matter of seconds across social media and online messages.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics is searching for an IT provider to evaluate its planned IT system for the government's first digital Census.
The device features a SOS button on its back, which sets off a loud alarm and also triggers calls and text messages to pre-defined contacts.
The world's smallest pacemaker can be implanted into your heart without surgery. The first human patient received one just last week.
Mobile’s unparalleled reach is great for keeping in touch with loved ones. It’s even better when disaster strikes, as it has the ability to connect people who need help no matter where they are.
Coming from a history of nepotism and overpaid contractors, three IT industry experts have been appointed to Victoria's IT services provider to turn things around.
Visionstream has backed NBN Co executive chairman Dr Ziggy Switkowski's evidence to a parliamentary committee that the company wants to get on and build the fibre-to-the-premises network in Tasmania.
Misleading customers with limited refunds and warranties as well as refusing to help with non-Apple products are some of the concerns that prompted the ACCC to conduct an investigation into Apple's practices.
Mobile apps, contactless, and greater industry collaboration will steer the course of the payments sector in 2014.
The desktop with integrated 21.5-inch 1080p screen will be on display at next month's CES trade show.
Asus could be required to pay $138 million in damages and possibly stop producing products that use USB technology.
NBN Co executive chairman Dr Ziggy Switkowski has said that NBN Co board members and executives will be allowed to keep shares in Telstra as long as they are not 'material' in amount.
The Coalition is stealing easy runs with a fibre-to-the-basement (FttB) approach to delivering broadband to multi dwelling units (MDUs) that Labor could and should have implemented long ago.
The ERP segment is undergoing a lot of change. Change, though, can create some uncomfortable moments for some folks and ERP vendors, customers and integrators will definitely feel something next year. What are some of these challenges and who will need to adapt?