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As cybersecurity breaches continue to hit the headlines, this comprehensive guide to risk assessment and threat protection is a must-read for security professionals.
A new app, available for iPhone, has been released today that makes it easy to share and play music whilst chatting with your friends.
The National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park near Milton Keynes is targeting kids of all ages with its Easter Bytes festival, which will run from April 1 - 12
Modern lives leave a digital trail, and most people are unaware of just who is auditing it. Security expert Bruce Schneier examines how governments, corporations, individuals and society as a whole can deliver a better balance between security and privacy.
Side projects help you open new doors, explore new vistas, and keep you sharp in your career. In this article, David Gewirtz shows how side projects can pay out in completely unexpected and wonderful ways.
The Board of Airline Representatives Australia has locked Unisys in for another four years to provide its baggage reconciliation system at seven of the country's international airports.
Since Qantas began taking an interest in customer behaviour, the company has reaped the rewards, including changing the way its Frequent Flyer programs work and expanding its own business.
Brisbane Airport has built into its mobile app a digital departure card system to save outgoing international passengers time filling out their departure card at the airport.
The new Internet TV service, Sling TV, is putting more and more basic cable channels into its offering.
Our online lives generate a trail of data that is eagerly consumed, analysed and traded by marketing companies and rating agencies, among others. This book explores the dangers of the data-driven society, with a particular focus on Silicon Valley and Wall Street.
For Jason Perlow, and millions of young TV viewers, Nimoy's portrayal of Star Trek's Mr. Spock was an inspiration to enter the fields of science and technology.
Australian scientists have created a 3D-printed jet engine, with the world-first breakthrough being tipped to result in advanced manufacturing opportunities.
Qantas has bought a 51 percent share in Taylor Firm to expand its Qantas Loyalty business in light of achieving AU$375 million in benefits during the first half of its financial year.
Will House of Cards Season 3 binge-watchers kill the Internet? If past is prologue, probably not.
Visa announces Mobile Location Confirmation service; travelers should welcome verification technology
Visa will begin rolling out a new geo-location service, powered by Finsphere, in April. Your smartphone and financial institution will work together to improve your card purchasing experiences.
Having a clear out of your old tech? Turn your hardware and gadgets into something geeky and awesome.
We always appreciate a nice display, and have come to think of ourselves as connoisseurs and critics of the very best (and worst) in holiday light entertainment.
New Orleans, the Big Easy city of Jazz, Mardi Gras, strong cocktails, non-stop partying and anything goes is a delight to see at night during the holiday season.
Welcome to the official 2013 edition of our ZDNet DIY-IT Gift Guide. This year, in honor of 2013, we present to you 14 interesting and useful products that the DIY-ITer in your life will find particularly useful, fun, or cool.
Whether you're on a road trip or heading on a long-haul, transatlantic flight, you'll need these essential gadgets to keep you connected, productive, organized, and entertained.
What are the most awesome technology creations that have changed the world that we live in? Let's start with these.
Can't decide on gifts to buy? What if price is no object? What if you “has opulence”, so to speak? With that in mind, I’ve updated the latest revision of my holiday gift guide for the disgustingly and oppressively wealthy.
We round up the best Bluetooth mini speakers we have found to rock the world around you with crisp clear sound.
I want a few things from my tech gadgets and providers. Here are my top desires.
We thought these items were cool when we were at school. Your kids -- and their friends -- will not.
Dire warnings and posts on privacy and security regularly appear in our Facebook feed, shared by people that believe they are true. Here is a round up of the hoaxes that are shared the most. They are all fake.
Some products for sale on Amazon generate reviews full of humor, wit, sarcasm and irony. We round up these examples of comedy gold comments for your entertainment.
Jason Perlow gives you his picks for the best BBQ and grilling tech/accessories for the July 4th weekend and the summer ahead.
Soon these cool collectables may be part of our normal working day at the office. Put these on your wow, want one wish list now.
Do amazing work in the office at these ultra cool and stylish desks.
Monte Ford, CIO of American Airlines discusses how the company was able to overcome the tragedy of 9/11 and weather the current economic downturn by staying focused, managing to a plan, and developing a set of processes to guide the airline into the future.
Charles and Rupert look at the three data explosions that shaped history, and set the scene for today’s IT revolution
It should have provided high-speed, low-power wireless connectivity for homes and offices everywhere. But instead of more products you can shake a stick at, all UltraWideBand has to show for itself to date is a French USB stick you can shake. Dialogue Box explains why