Platform would protect smartphones from cyber criminals
Criminals don't have to pick your pocket to get what they want out of your mobile. But a certifiably secure operating platform is being developed by Swedish researchers so that consumers can be confident that their mobile ...
Instant messaging will get Tor treatment in TIMB
Adobe Flash Player updates confront zero-day exploit
Promise and peril in an ultra-connected world
(AP)—We're in the beginning of a world in which everything is connected to the Internet and with one another, while powerful yet relatively cheap computers analyze all that data for ways to improve lives.
Review: Lots of innovations beyond iOS and Android
(AP)—The "1 percent" is often used to disparage the American elites at the very top of the wealth scale. When it comes to smartphones, however, the "1 percent" is the bottom of the heap.
The new technologies needed for dealing with big data
While much focus and discussion of the so-called "Big Data revolution" has been on the data itself and the exciting new applications it is enabling—from Google's self-driving cars through to CSIRO and University ...
Espionage malware may be state-sponsored, researchers say
Security researchers said Monday they discovered cyber-espionage malware which has hit governments and companies in 31 countries and is likely state-sponsored.
Foundation report looks at the who-and-what behind Linux
BoomRoom's sound by design uses array of loudspeakers
Startup has a way to put brains in DIY robots
Launch of operating system rival to iOS and Android is delayed
Japanese mobile operator NTT Docomo said Friday that the launch of a new smartphone operating system to rival Google's Android and Apple's iOS had been pushed back owing to development delays.
Valve releases both Steam Machine and SteamOS
Bringing the world reboot-less updates
It's an annoyance for the individual computer user: You've updated your operating system, and now you need to reboot. This is so the computer can switch to the modified source code.
Lenovo buys part of IBM server business for $2.3B (Update 2)
China's Lenovo Group is buying IBM's low-end server business for $2.3 billion, expanding a product line-up dominated by PCs, tablets and smartphones.