Finnish security firm F-Secure has launched its first device, which is designed to warn you if, say, your baby monitor is being hacked.
With Black Hat USA 2015 starting in just a few days, we've got a shortlist of the hottest talks slated for this year's largest domestic professional infosec conference.
The biggest show-and-tell on earth is still fun, but it also has a professional edge.
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending February 13, 2015. Covers enterprise, controversies, application and mobile security, malware, reports and more.
Our cars are becoming smarter. From apps to maps, spying to maintenance, what were the major trends to emerge this year -- and what can we expect in 2015?
Back in the days of wooden ships and iron programmers, there was an operating system called CP/M. Now, after 30 years, you can finally download its source code. Plus, Gewirtz goes ancient geek and talks about language design in 1980.
Do you think you know all about the Internet of Things? Think again. Francis daCosta tells us why it's time to rethink the Internet of Things.
UK retailers are discounting computers and electronics to coincide with the US shopping day of Black Friday. Here's a round up of what's available.
The startup ecosystem has grown quite a bit in the last few years, thanks to backers such as the Indian Angel Network, Nexus, Helion, The Morpheus, Seedfund, Canaan, SAIF, Lightspeed, Bessemer and Kae Capital.
Author of "Think Like Zuck," Ekaterina Walter and I discuss Mark Zuckerberg and other ultra-successful entrepreneurs and innovators.
IBM shows off its cloud platform and new partnerships amid the connected home buzz at CES 2013.
A look inside the British chip designer, from its origins in a Cambridge barn to its current champagne-marked successes and a future where M2M is key.
Do you have the right to be anonymous online? If so, when? Anonymity protects Syrian political activists, internet trolls and criminals alike. There are no easy answers.
Drill down on the latest and greatest gadget deals with our guide to Black Friday 2011.
All good things, they say, must come to an end. And so, looking at the guts of Windows 8, and casting the runes and sticking a finger in the wind, it's possible to say that the end of Windows (as we know it) is finally in sight.
I've been interviewing devs taking apart Microsoft Windows 8 Milestone 3 (M3) internal builds in the hopes of piecing what developers should expect when porting and writing apps for Windows 8. Here's what three of them had to say.
Pandora makes an impressive market debut as lesser quality companies file to flood the public markets. Welcome to the world of public venture capital. Hopefully you won't be a bagholder.
LinkedIn's soaring share price after the company's recent IPO is only the most obvious example of the current boom in Silicon Valley. Leading the hype is "gamification", the use of game mechanics in non-game business applications.
After reading up on what the very compact Altaz Internet Clock Radio can do, it would be easier just to ask what Internet-related features are not included.