Two governments working together are said to have developed the state-sponsored malware that attacked the European Union. Guess what? One of the makers was an EU country.
IT Priorities 1,325 articles
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Mobility 45,647 articles
There are plenty of smartwatch options and in MoTR #333, Matthew and Kevin discuss one that may be best for them. They also chat about a couple of surprising new Android-compatible tablets.
CXO 20,736 articles
Big data is a big deal, but how do you get started and get it right? Here's some advice from IT experts working on successful projects.
Government 10,400 articles
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Innovation 274 articles
The FAA's anticipated ruling on commercial drone use is expected to impose a number of tough restrictions.
Samsung 2,294 articles
Samsung's management team may pay the price after a difficult year and a decrease in mobile market share.
Apple 16,308 articles
The tech giant has promised to release a portion of profit gained from Friday's shopping event to help in the global fight against AIDS.
IT Employment 14,010 articles
Many IT teams in the country are struggling to meet growing employee demands for communications tools, and are further challenged by their organization's directive to prioritze these needs below others.
Apps 14,982 articles
The Singapore-based restaurant booking site acquires another local startup, Appic Technologies, adding a queue-monitoring app to its service.
Hardware 62,557 articles
A Finnish startup has taken to Kickstarter to fund an ambitious hardware platform for Internet of Things developers.
Privacy 2,872 articles
Senator Scott Ludlam has labelled the Australian government's proposed data-retention scheme as little more than a surveillance tax, while calling for the release of a financial study into the scheme.