The tablet that appeared early this year on Kickstarter for as low as $39 is now available on Amazon, but it costs a bit more than that.
The FIDO alliance has certified 31 products and services under two protocols which aim to do away with the need for passwords.
Spanish company CartoDB doesn't just make maps for the web, it aims to "democratize information analysis".
It's time to fundamentally rethink the way we build and deliver applications, for a world of clouds and containers.
A TechPro Research survey shows how large enterprises have little innovation faith in the business tech market. The IT pecking order is shifting, but the game isn't over.
Researchers have found that 500 milllion handsets may still leave users' personal details accessible even after a full factory reset.
What's it like to be vilified on the internet, and how can protection from online abuse be balanced with freedom of speech? These two books explore the issues.
The buyback program represents approximately 2.6 percent of the public float.
Tsu has opened up its network so that users can now see posts on the platform without creating an account.
Is DevOps a more effective method for software development, or is it just about cutting costs - or can it do both?