The good news is that employees are open to companies collecting data on them if it'll improve their well being and productivity. The bad news is that employees are worried about privacy and misuse and enterprises are too.
Management of the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission's now shuttered AU$32 million biometric project has been called out as poor by the country's Auditor General.
Rockets for hire, miniaturization, and cheap manufacturing techniques have created a new industry: Space logistics.
Academics say malware authors might have cashed out at least $57 million worth of Monero over the course of the last four years.
Cyber attacks are one of the biggest risks facing the world. Our inability to address the underlying issues risks disaster.
Today's modern smartphones will get you through a day before dying so portable battery packs are still useful. The new Mophie Powerstation PD XL gets you back in action quicker than other existing battery packs thanks to its power delivery technology.
If you’re hoping to jump into the field of software development, this ebook is a good place to start. It offers information on current salaries, key skills, and which programming languages will help you...
Server is now down but is unclear if the cloud provider took it down and if the parent company knows it leaked users details in the first place.
Was last weekend's cut-price iPhone SE clearance sale a trial balloon for a new budget mini iPhone?
Facebook says Sputnik employees ran hundreds of Facebook pages and accounts, some posing as politicians in other countries.
Updated: Largest fine so far under new European privacy regulations.