A review of European privacy laws said that "the use of end-to-end encryption should also be encouraged."
A start-up offering a "computational defined storage solution" which they claim offers the "fastest, most dense, portable and secure, media and hardware agnostic" storage solution. has hit the market. Too good to be true? I look at their patents to divine the secret sauce.
Today it's the $100 value handset. Tomorrow it will be the $200 premium smartphone. There's nothing left for the traditional device OEMs with those kind of margins. Huawei, ZTE, Xiaomi, and Lenovo are coming, and Apple and Samsung can't stop them.
The US chip maker is settling after being accused of paying women less and discriminating against them in the workplace.
A report by StartupAUS believes startup and innovation hubs are the key to combating the 4.6 million jobs at risk of obsolescence in the digital era.
LG Electronics' mobile division saw an operating loss of 153.5 billion won ($136 million), being the thorn in an otherwise successful second quarter.
Ratings agency Moody's has said it expects Telstra to be unable to completely replace revenue lost due to the rollout of the National Broadband Network by 2020.
Australian online marketplace Freelancer has reported a half-yearly operating cashflow of AU$4.5 million, with the company attributing its positive result to the Escrow.com acquisition.
Are surgical robots worth their $2m price tag? A new study demonstrates that -- for prostate cancer patients -- final outcomes are the same, whether a human or a robot performs the operation.
How many smartphone and tablet chargers do you have? Ever wonder how much it's costing you to leave them plugged in 24/7? Ever wonder if you should unplug them when they're not being used?