Canada looks to spark interest in computer science with the help of the BBC's micro:bit development board.
While millions work in office environments where an iPhone or Galaxy phone work just fine, there is a segment of the population that functions in adverse environments where a glass sandwich phone just doesn't cut it. That's where Cat phones step in to shine.
Get access to an EPYC 24-cores/48-threads processor, 64GB of RAM and gigabytes of fast SSDs for $1 a hour.
Hard drives are struggling to get to 14TB. Now Samsung is kicking sand - literally - into their faces with a new, 2.5-inch 31TB SSD. You and I will never buy one, but still, it's pretty amazing.
At Mobile World Congress next week, one of Google Cloud Spanner's first reference clients will be demonstrating a Tier 1 telco charging system ported from Oracle. Optiva, which is demo'ing the system and claiming 10x scalability vs Oracle, explained to us how they made the transition.
Code-signed apps are harder to detect by network security appliances, making it easier to sneak malware onto a vulnerable system. The downside? Certificates aren't cheap — and hackers usually are.
The chief diversity officer develops, implements, and monitors enterprise-wide programs that promote the hiring of employees with diverse cultural and educational experiences. This hiring kit includes...
Android P gets a privacy boost by preventing backgrounded apps from recording or taking pictures.
'It is time that Whitehall and Westminster understood cryptocurrency better,' says Treasury Committee on launch of inquiry - which aims to examine how to prevent bitcoin-related crime.
The startup's Series D round highlights investor interest in AI cybersecurity systems.
Customers accuse the chip maker of charging premium prices for a faulty product.
Company directors are being targeted en masse by identity fraudsters in the UK.
Tablets with detachable keyboards are an established segment of the mobile device market. Here are some of the leading contenders for a place in your travel bag.
Samsung's launch of the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus at Mobile World Congress just five months after the Galaxy Note 8's release sets up a nice debate over how the company should approach its innovation cadence.
John Koetsier, mobile economist at TUNE, talks about voice, IoT, shopping and the Metaverse.
At least three fake social media accounts posing as young women have encouraged victims into downloading highly invasive Android malware.
Food service is the next industry to be turned on its head by automation
The fourth quarter of 2017 marks the first year-on-year decline in sales in the smartphone market.
Budget cuts and other restraints are hampering the government from effectively protecting itself against cyberattacks.