What will Google Glass users stare at?
The White House sees drug abuse as a public health issue, stressing that "we cannot arrest or incarcerate our way out of the drug problem."
After six malicious takeovers of his Skype account, a frustrated security researcher has posted his attempts to get Skype's help. Here's how to protect yourself.
The French tax authority has yet to fully assess Amazon's tax situation in the country, but the retail giant says it will contest the allegations.
The enterprise social networking software company's director of business development for Asia-Pacific shares his travel tech wisdom.
UPDATED: LivingSocial is the latest major online property to be hacked. Here are more details about what to do next from company leaders.
The market leader in self-service data discovery and visualisation, Tableau 9.2 continues to improve and delight with plenty of enhancements to help keep the competition at bay.
A more rugged version of the latest smartphone from Samsung might be more appealing for field work.
A teardown of Samsung's new Galaxy S4 Android smartphone shows that Qualcomm is a big winner, succeeding in getting multiple chips onto the motherboard.
It's perfect for older people, especially if they suffer from dementia.
UPDATED 2: Apple is appealing a $368 million judgment brought by VirnetX in 2010. Apple therefore will not change VPN behavior on already shipped iOS 6.1 powered devices.
Intel has announced the date that it will unveil its fourth-generation Core processors codenamed Haswell: Monday, June 3, a day before the Computex Taipei trade show is set to kick off.
All Office editions are not created equal. Microsoft's support lifecycle for Office on Windows provides for 10 years of support. But Office for Mac doesn't qualify for extended support. That means a widely used Office version has reached the unsupported phase sooner than you might expect.
We have just received word that BlackBerry Live attendees next month will get a brand-new Z10 to call their own. And by that time, Skype may be available for the Z10.
An error with money printing press paper feeds in 2010 cost the government millions of dollars and delayed the debut of $100 bills that contain many innovative, new security features.
$291 million on eight acquisitions in three months, with a focus on engineering and expanding its product offerings. But the devil is in the detail: the search giant warns of worries ahead.
Despite my the loss of my arguments in the Great Debate series on this topic, I think that those who embrace cloud-based SAM will win.
Microsoft bought Yammer last summer and already has deployed the technology widely in-house as part of the company's Intranet makeover.
Forrester’s Stephen Mann shares his observations on today's ITIL/Capita announcement.