Surveillance cameras are everywhere, backed by sophisticated facial recognition software. But you can defeat them, the NSA and whoever else is monitoring you. Here's how.
Given how far it's come, mobile technology is not very old. In the early days, some outstanding gadgets set the stage for the mobile tech of today. These are six of them that had a big impact.
In what the T-Mobile CEO calls a wireless revolution, the firm continues to poach subscribers from rivals, and has now sailed past the 50 million benchmark.
The gadgets reaching the Electrolux design lab semi finalists show healthy environments for the future high tech home with smart design solutions.
IBM is adding more troops for its assault on the enterprise security market - this time with an Italian vendor giving it tools to handle segregation of duties.
A communication plan serves many purposes, from publicizing successful rollouts to keeping execs in touch with the IT roadmap. Here's how to build your plan -- and a few templates to get you started.
Looking for an external battery? The Energi range has bags of style, but you have to pick the right one.
Partnership with 24-hour sports channel will support the company's first TV offering in Latin America
With Microsoft's cash in its pocket, Nokia can't seem to stop acquiring at the moment.
As Apple's acquisition of Beats Electronics and Beats Music comes close to completion, hundreds of employees may find their positions redundant and their pink slips issued.
A new round of questions from European regulators suggests the EC is angling for its incoming competition commissioner to launch an official probe into Android this year.
The Polish levy paid on blank storage media to compensate rightsholders for piracy should be added to even more hardware, according to the country's composers and writers.
The companies have signed an agreement to form a massive battery manufacturing plant dubbed the Gigafactory in the United States.
The acting Australian Electoral Commissioner, Tom Rogers, today warned parliament against moving to introduce e-voting prior to the next federal election, saying that the AEC does not currently have the capabilities to safely carry out a trial.
If you work in a traditional Windows-based shop, you could be in for a bumpy ride. Ed Bott explains how IT pros will need to adapt to a variety of changes.
Cisco has suggested that businesses look at security in layers, in much the way as they do when looking at adopting new infrastructure.
The growth in jobs for the Australian tech sector, and a higher percentage of jobs related to app development, have Australia ahead of its US and UK cousins.
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