Notable security news items for the week ending September 4, 2015. Covers enterprise, application and mobile security, reports and more.
Rumors are circulating that Apple has had to make the battery inside the upcoming iPhone smaller in order to accommodate all the other neat stuff they had planned. But does a smaller battery matter?
After two months of road-tests, prototype self-drive cars from Google are due to make an appearance on the public streets of Austin, Texas.
Finnish company KNL Networks has developed a secure alternative to satellite communications for challenging environments.
For decision makers charting cybercrime headline hysteria, the only option is to double-down on recognizing signs of BS in news about costs, losses, or threats.
New research suggests that today's internet is fast enough and reliable enough to make telesurgery viable.
Azure has been evolving to address enterprise cloud data use cases, from ingesting to processing to visualizing. This report offers a look at how Azure features and services may meet your needs.
Apple has filed patent application fleshing out its ideas for fuel cells that allow devices to last longer than ever.
The $129 HDMI dongle is cheaper than Intel's Compute Stick and includes an additional USB port, but is that enough to get anyone to buy one?
The hacking competition has lost HP as a sponsor due to new US cybersecurity regulations.
Watching TV may still be the country's favourite leisure pursuit, but things are changing fast.