Zenoss' Chris Smith chats about what the company is doing and why they are winning in the market.
LG has done a great job with the 5.2-inch G2, whose battery life is a big plus. The power button placement is odd, but the G2's main drawback is its lack of MicroSD storage expansion. If don't need this, then it's well worth shortlisting.
Microsoft's EVP of Legal and Corporate Affairs outlined the company's new data protection strategy on the basis that the US government is an "advanced persistent threat" -- a label used for cyber criminals.
Lenovo brings its twisted talent to this ThinkPad laptop, including a keyboard that sinks on demand.
From Facebook to Adobe, 2013 has been a tough year for companies looking to defend against cybercrime.
The latest update for the Android KitKat OS introduces new features for the Nexus 5 camera, addressing one of the main criticisms of the handset.
A supplier in southern China is accused of a series of labor rights violations including excessive workloads and owing unpaid overtime wages, according to China Labor Watch.
The UK government is keen to promote the success of its Tech City initiative but what's happening on the ground is more complicated than the official story.
Kneejerk responses are leading to unclear and inconsistent laws, according to the Asia Cloud Computing Association, which unveiled guidelines to help harmonize data sovereignty laws and its first regional scorecard.
When money buys traffic you can bet the web experience will be mediocre and worse.
Some of the biggest tech firms have answered the call for help, either by raising cash or donating technology services and items, as country recovers from Typhoon Haiyan
NSW's datacentre consolidation project is finally being realised with the finance minister officially unveiling its new ICT home today.
Australian Attorney-General George Brandis has said the government will not respond to a review of the Copyright Act until next year, and is unlikely to adapt the law for the digital age.
Microsoft has announced it worked with police in Europe and the United States to disrupt a "dangerous" army of virus-infected computers used to hijack searches at Google, Bing and Yahoo.
Bitcoin's erratic value and irrational cheer squad of speculators are proof this digital currency is unlikely to ever be workable for everyday transactions.
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