California Governor Jerry Brown has approved a digital privacy bill that protects people from government access to private electronic communications without a warrant.
Huawei doesn't plan to patch more than a dozen models of 3G routers that have severe software vulnerabilities.
Amazon Chief Technical Officer Werner Vogels told an audience at the company's Re:Invent conference in Las Vegas Wednesday that developing apps and services to leverage the cloud was the new normal. To that end, the company announced a whole slew of new features for its cloud that should help developers take advantage of it in one form or another.
Qualcomm has revealed its plans to enter the server CPU market with a custom processor based on a design from UK chip company ARM.
I risked carrying around my new iPhone 6S for a week before finally stopping by Best Buy to pick up a case: the Ballistic Tungsten Tough model.
Amazon jumped into the managed IoT service market on Wednesday with the launch of a new platform.
Dell's next Automated Full-Time Equivalent software agent, now in the works, will incorporate cognitive intelligence such as self-healing, self-service and predictive analytics.
Adidas has announced Futurecraft 3D, a 3D-printed running shoe midsole that can be tailored to the cushioning needs of an individual’s foot.
AT&T kicked off Wi-Fi calling on newer-model iPhones running iOS 9 after winning permission from the Federal Communications Commission two days earlier.
Amazon introduces Mobile Hub for easier, faster app delivery and adds Python support to AWS Lambda
Microsoft's foray into notebooks with the Surface Book is certain to tick off its computer-making partners, but there's little they can do except to grin and bear it.
Hewlett-Packard and SanDisk announced that they have partnered to develop resistive RAM memory (ReRAM) as a non-volatile memory replacement for DRAM that's 1,000 times faster than NAND flash.
Microsoft has bolstered Power BI several times already since the business intelligence application became generally available in late July, but on Thursday, it announced a particularly interesting partnership with Alteryx, provider of a platform for data blending and analytics.
The SHA-1 hashing algorithm, still used to sign almost one in three SSL certificates, can now be attacked for as little as $75,000, and should be urgently retired, researchers say
IBM is gunning for a slice of Intel's x86 server chip business with a new family of Power systems that run Linux and will be sold directly to customers over the Web.
Amazon.com has made a pitch for the handicrafts market occupied by players like Etsy by setting up its own "Handmade at Amazon" store
Six telco service providers have been ordered by the ACMA to comply with the Telecommunication Consumer Protections (TCP) Code.
Moustaches are set to sprout across the country as the technology industry joins Movember’s Technology Challenge 2015, one of twelve official challenges that aim to unite some of Australia’s largest companies across different industries.
Sony has bought Softkinetic, a Belgian developer of time-of-flight distance sensors, bringing it the technology to add motion capture to new devices
ASX-listed dark fibre infrastructure provider, Superloop, has acquired Brisbane-based network solutions and services provider, ApexNetworks (ApexN) for $5.8 million.
Communication is the lifeblood of productivity. Email is often considered to be the most efficient, cost effective and targeted medium of consumer communication in the enterprise world. Since its inception in 1971, it has replaced the “flyer in the letterbox” for some and the “schedule on the signboard” for others. However, certain limitations have diminished its virtues and credibility over time. Being email’s younger, trimmer, often blunt and sometimes ill-mannered sibling, SMS fills the gap of these limitations, but does it have a dark side of its own?. Read more