Why Encryption Didn't Save TJX

TJX: It's the target of the largest known customer record theft of all time, and it's a case in point that encryption is not a silver bullet.

Mobile Entertainment Reigns Supreme at CTIA 2007

If there was an overriding theme to the Spring edition of the 2007 CTIA trade show, it was entertainment. What buzz existed was all about phones that show movies, television shows, or play music in one or another format or ...

Web News Readers Have Greater Attention Span: Study

People who use the Internet to read the news have a greater attention span than print readers, according to a U.S. study that refutes the idea that Web surfers jump around and don't read much.

Portable Music, Video Players Set to Double

Analyst firm iSuppli released new figures for the portable media player (PMP) industry yesterday, saying that it expects the market to double—in terms of units shipped—from 2005 to 2011.

Hands-On With Deepfish

Microsoft's Deepfish technology isn't really a browser, it's a browser feature. But it's a feature that Microsoft's Pocket Internet Explorer desperately needs.

Carry on walking!

The next time you are struggling to carry your bags home from the supermarket just remember that this could, in fact, be the reason you are able to walk upright on two legs at all! How we have evolved to walk on two legs ...

A sweet step toward new cancer therapies

By recognizing sugars, a technique developed by University of Michigan analytical chemist Kristina Hakansson sets the stage for new cancer diagnosis and treatment options.

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